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The Daily Dispatch: May 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], English Opinions on the Fort Sumter affair. (search)
where. If there were any doubt as to the soundness of this conclusion on strategical grounds, it would be removed by the event. From the character which Major Anderson holds, and from the manner in which his duties in the earlier part of this unhappy struggle were performed, there is no reason to question his being a man of ult on the fort were spared. As soon as its walls had received a certain amount of damage, the effect of the firing of the wooden structures within the work, Major Anderson struck his flag, like a sensible soldier, and was conveyed with his men to Charleston, where they had doubtless had the most hospitable reception, and the beson is most dangerous, as the accounts of the frantic excitement in Washington on the arrival of the news of the collision at Fort Sumter, and the surrender of Major Anderson, sufficiently prove. Under these grave circumstances it is that Mr. Gregory proposes to ask the House of Commons on Tuesday next to affirm the expediency
The Federal troops from Kentucky. The Frankfort Yeoman, in answer to the statement going the rounds of the papers, that Major Anderson will be entrusted with the command of a brigade of Kentuckians, immediately to be raised, says: "This is all bosh. No brigade, no regiment, not even a company can be mustered out of Kentucky to march under the banner profaned and desecrated by Lincoln. All such paragraphs as the above are irish inventions, for purpose of Wien Description.
Mr. Russell, the London Times correspondent, before leaving Montgomery for New Orleans, is said to have become fully convinced of the pecuniary and military resources of the Government of the Confederate States. In Clarksville, Tenn., on the 7th inst., Samuel Anderson was killed by Bailey Brown in a fight. They were both volunteers. Brown was arrested. Augustus Fuller, a member of one of the Memphis companies, was drowned near that city last week. Wm. C. McBeth, a Methodist preacher, fell overboard from a Mississippi steamer last Thursday and was drowned. Martin Cox, a member of the Jackson Guards, was drowned at Randolph, Tenn., on the 9th inst., while bathing. A large quantity of gunpowder, from New Orleans, arrived at Memphis on the 8th instant. Rufus King, Minister to Rome, has been appointed Brigadier General of the Wisconsin forces. Jos. Connor, who was detained at Annapolis on the charge of opening Government dispatches, has been rele