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ana--Removal of Women and Children from Fort Sumter --Important Letter from Major Anderson. &c., &c. The Contemplated Attack on Fort Sumter. The Charleston cow York steamship line: Fort Sumter, S. C., Jan. 20, 1861. Sir: Major Anderson desires to send the women and children of this garrison to New York. I am eave by the steamer Columbia, which sails to-morrow for New York — and thus Major Anderson will have forty months less to feed, and the women and children will be out of harm's way. Important letter from Major Anderson. The Cincinnati Commercial, of Saturday, contains the following letter from Major Anderson, written to aMajor Anderson, written to a friend in that city two days after the affair of the "Star of the West." It embodies the first authentic intelligence that has reached the public concerning the reasely through any danger that may threaten." "Yours, sincerely, (Signed) "Robert Anderson." A meeting of the Working Men of Romney, Va. The working men of