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Affairs at Fort Sumter--a plan for reinforcements. The Washington correspondent of the New York Tribune gives the result of the visit to Fort Sumter of Capt. Fox, who was sent by the President. The agent has returned to Washington, and the correspondent says: It is very well understood that he had a plan for introducin
ife, nothing would be gained but the retention of a fortress which has only a local value in protecting Charleston, and is of no national moment whatever.
Captain Fox is fully impressed with the courage, integrity and sincerity of Major Anderson, with whom, however, his communication was necessarily limited, as Gov. Pickens s y well until the 15th of April. From all the facts disclosed by this investigation, it is manifest that Fort Sumter must be abandoned, or civil war inaugurated.
Capt. Fox is cautious, intelligent, and well-informed, and was brought to the notice of the Government by Mr. Aspinwall, and some of the principal ship-owners of New York