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I did refuse to send 300 men to reinforce Major Anderson at Fort Moultrie, who had not then removedure contingent occasion I would telegraph "Major Anderson, of Fort Moultrie, to hold the forts (Moulefore, through a special messenger sent to Major Anderson for this very purpose. I refer to Major B after their arrival it was announced that Major Anderson had removed from Fort Moultrie to Fort Sumecause of a letter received that day from Maj Anderson, stating, in effect, that he regarded himself believed to be in danger, or requested by Major Anderson, It is strange that General Scott was not of January, 1861, between Gov. Pickens and Major Anderson, without the knowledge of the President. . Pickens. Immediately after this outrage Major Anderson sent a flag to the Governor stating that hl of South Carolina, to Washington, whilst Major Anderson deputed Lieut. Hall, of the United States demonstrated by information received from Major Anderson at the War Department on the last day of t[6 more...]
Conflagration prevented. --The alarm of fire about 12 o'clock Friday night was caused by the foundry of Mr. Joseph R. Anderson, on 7th street, corner of canal, catching fire from the engine. A lot of shingles ignited by the heat of the engine, and the flames communicating to a dry plank leading to the calling, the building was in a fair way of being burnt when discovered by Messrs. Burke and Stewart, who, after considerable exertion, put out the flames with buckets of water.
taken Saturday morning. Wiley, a half grown lad, said he was born in Jackson, Miss., and raised in Louisiana. Martin O'Brien, Pat Doyle, and Edward Hall, arrested as vagrants, having no visible means of support gave bail, and were released from jail. Hustings Court, Saturday, Nov. 8.--A special session of the Alderman's Court of Hustings con- vened to day for the examination of several cases of felony sent up from the Mayor. There were present Recorder Caskie, and Aldermen Bray, Anderson, Timberlake Lipscomb and Clopton. James Jone was examined for stealing James G. Hawthorn's trunk, and sent before Judge Lyons for final trial. The examination of Wm. E. Jones. 6th South Carolina regiment, for killing H. Snow, on Broad street, Sunday last, was continued on account of the absence of Mr. Crane prisoner's counsel. The witnesses in the case were all present. Francis Fawley a marine, was examined and sent before Judge Lyons for final trial for stealing $91.30 from