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Major Anderson at New York — statement ofCaptain Doubleday. The steamer Baltic, with Major And
ed statement of the valiant Doubleday, one of Anderson's officers:
She had as she came up the e on the 11th, but was refused not only by Major Anderson, but by the unanimous voice of the command rength, and most of our shot glanced off.--Major Anderson refused to allow the men to turn the guns g was the conversation that passed between Major Anderson and ex-Senator Wigfall.
The latter said: Beauregard wishes to stop this, sir.
Maj. Anderson only replied, "Well, well."
Wigfall ow upon what terms you will evacuate?
Maj. Anderson--Gen. Beauregard is already acquainted wit will evacuate on the terms proposed?
Maj. Anderson--"Yes, and only those."
Wigfall then ers came from General Beauregard asking if Maj. Anderson wanted any help, stating that Wigfall had ys, and had no authority for his demand on Maj. Anderson, to which the Major replied, "Then we have [3 more...]