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y. The war talk on the streets was chiefly directed to the discussion of the recent inexplicable surrender of Fort Gaines. The character of the officer who made the surrender was freely discussed and as freely denounced. The officer is Colonel C. D. Anderson. He is a native of Mobile, where his family resides, and at the breaking out of the war was in the United States army at a post on the Northwestern frontier. After the secession of the States took place, he came to Alabama, and was appos, under the command of its colonel, and the other part sent to Choctaw Bluff. --That portion in Fort Gaines is, by this disgraceful surrender, handed over to the enemy. Our informant, who gives us these particulars, is at a loss to account for Anderson's conduct, as in the army he was considered an officer of bravery and honor. In Petersburg, yesterday, there was nothing new. There was no shelling of consequence. The explosion which occurred on Tuesday was within the enemy's lines, on th