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Promotion. We understand that Colonel Maxcy Gregg, commanding 1st South Carolina Regiment, stationed in General Huger's department, has been promoted to the rank of a Brigadier General, and ordered to report to General Robert E. Lee, commanding Confederate forces in South Carolina. General Gregg proceeds at once to engage in e forces in South Carolina. General Gregg proceeds at once to engage in the defence of his gallant State. His promotion is a well- merited tribute to his military capacity and a just reward of his distinguished services to the country. We predict for General Gregg a brilliant career if the enemy shall afford him an opportunity. e forces in South Carolina. General Gregg proceeds at once to engage in the defence of his gallant State. His promotion is a well- merited tribute to his military capacity and a just reward of his distinguished services to the country. We predict for General Gregg a brilliant career if the enemy shall afford him an opportunity.