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ld read, in his air and appearance, determination, and an exaction of what was due to him. He has a good deal of manner. In intercourse he is very courteous, and his rich voice and abundant gesticulations go well together. He is always agreeable and gentlemanly, firm and dignified, a man of undaunted courage, and, as a true soldier, may be relied on to obey orders, and to do his duty." The Garrison in the Fort. Names.RankRegiment or CorpsOriginal Entry into Service.Where Born R. AndersonMajor1st ArtilleryJuly 1,1825Kentucky S. W. CrawfordA'st. SurgeonMedical StaffMarch 10, 1851Pennsylv'a Abna DoubledayCaptain1st ArtilleryJuly 1,1842New York Truman SeymourCaptain1st ArtilleryJuly 1,1846Vermont Jeff. C. Davis1st Lieutenant1st ArtilleryJune 17, 1848Indiana J. N. Hall2d Lieutenant1st ArtilleryJuly 1, 1859New York J. G. FosterCaptainEngineersJuly 1, 1846New Hamp G. W. Snyder1st LieutenantEngineersJuly 1, 1856New York R. K. Mesde2d LieutenantEngineersJuly 1, 1857Virgin
Charleston,April 12. P. M.--The firing has continued all day without intermission. Two of Fort Sumter's guns have been silenced, and it is reported a breach has been made in the Southern wall. The answer to Beauregard's demand on Maj. Anderson was, that he would surrender when his supplies were exhausted if he was not reinforced. Not a casualty has as yet happened to any of the Confederate troops. Of the nineteen batteries in possession of the troops, only seven have openamer are off the bar. Troops are arriving by every train. [Sixth Dispatch.] Charleston,April 12.--Midnight.--The bombardment is still going on at this hour. Discharges are made every 20 minutes from the mortars. It is supposed Major Anderson is resting his men for the night. Three vessels of war are reported outside the bar. They cannot get in. The sea is very rough. Nobody was hurt to-day. The floating battery works well. The troops continue to arrive hourly.