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they were still firing on him." "Then take your flag down," said Col. Wigfall; "they will continue to fire upon you so long as that is up." Ant, with other Aids from Charleston, had returned, and, receiving Col. Wigfall, they all came over to the city; and thus was inaugurated the cle military drama. The Courier gives the following account of Col. Wigfall's landing at the fort: He landed, and walked quickly and his head. A soldier who saw him, asked--"What do you want ?" Wigfall — To see the Commandant. Anderson appeared at the moment, and said, "Here I am." Wigfall — I see Major that you have up a white flag. Do you surrender ? Anderson — Yes, I have up a flag of truce, but you still continue your fire. Wigfall — And that they will continue to do so long as you keep up the United States flag. Ar — subject to the terms of Gen. Beauregard, who, as was said by Col. Wigfall, "is a soldier and a gentleman, and knows how to treat a brav