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The Daily Dispatch: February 7, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Fort
Sumter correspondence. (search)
The Fort Sumter correspondence. the Summons to surrender — refusal of Maj. Anderson--the demand on the Federal Government, &c. The correspondence between the South Carolina authorities and Maj. Anderson and the Federal Government, relative to Fort Sumter, is published. The following letters are of interest: [the Governor to Major Anderson.] State of South Carolina, ExeMajor Anderson.] State of South Carolina, Executive Office, Charleston, January 11, 1861. To Major Rovert Anderson, Commanding Fort Sumter: Sir: I have thought proper, under all the circumstances of the peculiar state of public affairs iMajor Rovert Anderson, Commanding Fort Sumter: Sir: I have thought proper, under all the circumstances of the peculiar state of public affairs in the country at present, to appoint the Hon. A. G. Magrath and Gen. D. F. Jamila, both members of the Executive Council, and of the highest position in the State, to present to you considerations of
public property as is under your charge. Your obd't serv't, [Signed] F. W. Pickens.
[Major Anderson to the Governor.] Headquarters, Fort Sumter, S. C., January 11, 1861. To His Excellency