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un spiked--Fort Sumter Garrisoned--the city military under arms — action in the Convention, &c., &c.
Charleston, Dec. 27.
--The buildings in which the soldiers at Fort Moultrie were quartered were burned last night, and the guns of the Fort spiked.
The soldiers took refuge from the weather in Fort Sumter.
[Second Dispatch.] Baltimore, Dec. 27.
--A reliable dispatch from Charleston this morning to the American says that the Government troops have abandoned Fort MouThere is intense excitement in Charleston.
The Convention is still in session.
[Third Dispatch.] Charleston, Dec. 27.
--12 ½ o'clock.--Major Anderson states that he evacuated Fort Moultrie in order to allay all discussions about that post, and at the same time strung then his own position at Fort Sumter.
Charleston,Dec. 27.--1 o'clock.--Capt. Foster, with a small force, remains at Fort Moultrie.
Several military companies have been ordered out, and a collision is not impr