ne his resigned.
Saturday night we were satisfied that Thompson and Thomas had gone out with him. Now the rumor is that Anderson will be ordered back to Fort Moultrie, and Floyd will resume his place in the Cabinet.
This is not likely.
It will ensce.
Ammunition must at once be attend to.
Whether the South Carolinas attack Fort Sumter or not, its occupation by Anderson tends to prevent anything like compromise.--If they do not attack it, the Republicans will call them cowards.
If they d Government in enforcing the laws — in other words, to help it in coercing the South.
Northern papers are jubilant over Anderson's successful trick.
On the other hand, the President's refusal to send Anderson back to Fort Moultrie will be a groAnderson back to Fort Moultrie will be a gross violation of his written pledge to maintain the status quo, and that will inflame the whole South.
Should the Charlestonians commence hostilities, they will be justified on the ground that the Federal Government has perjured itself and assumed a
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