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sea!Fort Sumter Silent.Correspondence between MajorAnderson and Gov. Pickens. approach of the Star of the West--she is warned off — tflag, approached the city. The Lieutenant had an interview with Gov. Pickens, and afterwards was escorted to his boat, and re-embarked for Foctfully, yours, Robert Anderson, Major U. S. A. Reply of Gov. Pickens. "Gov. Pickens sent a letter to Major Anderson, in reply. AGov. Pickens sent a letter to Major Anderson, in reply. After stating the position South Carolina holds to the Federal Union, and that any attempt to send U. S. troops to Charleston harbor, to reinfovernment to impose on a State conditions foreign to her will. F. W. Pickens." Reply of Maj. Anderson. To His Excellency Gov. Pickens:Excellency Gov. Pickens:Sir: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your communication, and to say that, under the circumstances, I have deemed it prope is directed to make the journey. "Robt. Anderson." "Gov. Pickens immediately gave the permission desired, and directed that every