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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.Major Anderson. Buckingham Co., Va., Jan. 7, 1861. The statement that Major Anderson, now in Fort Sumter, is a native of this county, is a mistake. Major Samuel Anderson, U. S. A., who was born at New Canton, in this county, and who served with distinction in the Mexican war, is now stationed near New York. Iota.
Serious accident. --During the firing of a salute in honor of Maj. Anderson, at Williams port, Pa., on Friday evening, the gun exploded prematurely, shattering the arm of a Mr. Bubb, and injuring Mr. Williamson in the face. Babb's situation is considered critical.
a vote of 134 to 53, suspended the rules for the admission of a resolution approving the "bold and patriotic" act of Maj. Anderson in occupying Fort Sumter, and the resolution was adopted — ayes 124, nays 56. The universal firing of guns in the Black Republican cities over Major Anderson's movement is another significant circumstance. Whilst Major Anderson is undoubtedly a gallant and skillful officer, it is difficult to find anything very brilliant or dashing in transporting fifty troopMajor Anderson is undoubtedly a gallant and skillful officer, it is difficult to find anything very brilliant or dashing in transporting fifty troops at night from one fort to another, in the same harbor, and with no enemy in possession to dispute the landing. There was nothing to prevent his capturing Fort Sumter, except that which had prevented the Carolinians from attacking it viz: the agrees of the harbor should remain unchanged till negotiations were concluded. Yet, as much exultation is manifested over Major Anderson's walking into Fort Sumter as if it had been manned by a powerful force, and he had taken it by storm. That insidiou