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eston this morning to the American says that the Government troops have abandoned Fort Moultrie, spiked the guns and gone over to Fort Sumter, which commands the harbor. War has begun. The regular report confirms this statement, and adds that Fort Moultrie is on fire. Only four men remain in it, the rest being in Fort Sumter. There is intense excitement in Charleston. The Convention is still in session. [Third Dispatch.] Charleston, Dec. 27. --12 ½ o'clock.--Major Anderson states that he evacuated Fort Moultrie in order to allay all discussions about that post, and at the same time strung then his own position at Fort Sumter. Charleston,Dec. 27.--1 o'clock.--Capt. Foster, with a small force, remains at Fort Moultrie. Several military companies have been ordered out, and a collision is not improbable. The military of Charleston are ordered out to protect the magazines and arsenals in this locality. It is reported that several military corps
have resigned. The South Carolina postmasters are continually sending in their resignations, saying that they are out of the Union. The address proposing a Convention of the border slave States at Baltimore, meets with general approval of the representatives therefrom, and has received numerous signatures. The Senate Committee of Thirteen meets again to-morrow. Crittenden is more hopeful of a good result. The Administration having received a dispatch relative to the movements of Major Anderson, the Cabinet has been in session all day, and is still sitting to-night. Circulars for a caucus of the members of the following States, to be held to-night, on national affairs, has been issued: Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, Arkansas, Missouri, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Iowa. The members express a belief of their ability to fix upon a plan of preventing the secession of the Cotton States and restore harmony.
e, Dr. J. N. Garnette.James City., James H. Allen.Norfolk. Dr. J. J. Simpkins. Louisa. John Hunter. Accomac. Dr. P. F. Brown. Wm. H. B. Custis. Geo. W. Medge. King William. Ambrose White, Dr. L. Edwards. Albemarle. Elder Jas. W. Goff, Elder R. L. Coleman. Caroline. George Fitzhugh, Dr. C. Urquhart. Hon. D. C. Dejarnette, Henry George, Philip Samuel. King and Queen. William Boulware. Elder Ro. Y. Henley, E. S. Acre, Lawrence Muse Essex. Elder P. Ainsley, Edward M. Ware, Muscoe Garnett, Richard Baylor. Spotsylvania. Elder F. Frayzer. Thomas Anderson. Fredericksburg. James Gray. J. L. Brown. A. N. Bernard. Fauquier. Enos Hord, Wm. H. Gaines, M. N. Walton. Petersburg. Dr John Du Vall, C. F. Baylor, J. Dennis Portsmouth. C. C. Robinson, Wm. H. Morris. Matthews. Christopher T. Brown. Orange. D. M. Bernard. Ro. B. Lyne, Office in Basement Metropolitan Hall, Franklin street, Richmond, Va. de 18--d1m