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er will open on the South Carolina fortifications, when the fight will become general. The people are preparing for it and for the worst. It is evident from the present determined hostile attitude of the people, that the Brooklyn cannot come in without a great fight. Major Anderson will doubtless protect her with the guns of Fort Sumter. He only pledged himself not to prevent communication between the authorities of South Carolina and the forts now in possession of the State till Lieut. Talbott came back. A steam tug called the "Aid," Lieutenant Hamilton, formerly of the Federal Navy, commanding, left the wharf to-night for a reconnoitre. She mounted one gun. There is much talk of sending to Savannah for steam tugs to be used as gun boats. Commercial preparations for Civil war. Several of the Marine Insurance Companies of New York city, says the Commercial, have already adopted the "War Clause" in their policies, viz: "Warranted free from seizure or det