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The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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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 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.
treet was destroyed — commencing with St. Andrew's Hall on the north side, to the residence of Dr. Wragg inclusive, corner of Franklin street. In this range are included the fine residences of Bishop Lynch, Geo. M. Coffin, Mr. J. Balleyward, Postmaster Huger, Miss Bowman, John Laurens, Dr. Mazyck, Captain Rutledge, and John Bounell. On the south side the fire raged from Mr. C. F. Levys, opposite the Cathedral, to Mr. Seabrook's extensive west end, destroying all, save the house standing on the ller, John Seigling, G. W. Spencer, Wm. Brookbanks, N. Neuve, Jno. Early, Ed. Lacassaigne, C. F. Schwettman, Mr. E. Godfrey, A. Tannlunson, Mrs. T. M. Rutjes. Broad Street.--St. Andrew's Society, Cathedral, George M. Coffin, J. B. Heyward, A. Huger, A. J. Moses, John Laurens, G. Manigault, B. H. Rutledge, John Bonnell, Dr. T. Wragg, Mrs. Seabrook, Allen Gibbes, Mrs. A. Huguenin, N. Fields, Dr. P. Horlbeck, Rev. James H. Elliott, Col. James Legare, J. L. Petigru, John Albers, William Lindsa