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highest regard, Your obedient servant, Robert Anderson, Major U. S. Army, Commanding. [theof the United States, under the command of Major Anderson. I regard that possession as not consisteCarolina; and I have this day addressed to Major Anderson a communication to obtain from him the pose authorities of this State. The reply of Major Anderson informs me that he has no authority to do h Carolina. The demand I have made of Major Anderson, and which I now make of you, is suggestedFort Sumter is now held, demanded from Major Robert Anderson, now in command of that fort, its delit, it is not deemed necessary to reinforce Major Anderson, because he makes no such request, and feeured, from the letter of Col. Hayne, that "Major Anderson and his command do now obtain all necessar these facilities may still be afforded to Major Anderson. This is as it should be. Major Anderson Major Anderson is not menacing Charleston; and I am convinced that the happiest result which can be attained is, th
y Dispatch, of the date 21st January. Under the editorial head I observe, under the heading "Major Anderson, " some remarks indicating the genealogy of Major Anderson, of Fort Sumter.--There is a mistMajor Anderson, of Fort Sumter.--There is a mistake in the last paragraph, which states that " Richard Clough Anderson had a younger brother, who commanded a company of Hanover troops throughout Green's campaign. " The mistake is, in saving he had rried a daughter of Capt.-- Marshall, of Henry county, Kentucky, who was the mother of Maj . Robt. Anderson, of Fort Sumter, who is now in the 55th year of his age. The Major Anderson, of Buckingham, Anderson, of Buckingham, referred to, is the grandson of Samuel Anderson, who was the brother of Col. Richard C. Anderson. My father died when I was a child, and I therefore retain no personal recollection of him. From mr's life, and consequently will excuse the hasty detail I have given you relating to him. Major Robt. Anderson has two brothers in Cincinnati, named Larye and Charles. Your old friend, Benj. Ande