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is brigade consisted of but two regiments--Col. Gregg's and Col. Kershaw's — and Col. Greeg's going home, his command and his office were dissolved. The Confederate Government then tendered him a new commission coeval with the departure of Gregg's regiment, of the 14th of July. His first appointment was of the 20th April, and put him at the head of the brigadier-Generals-- the oldest in the service. The second, of the 14th July, put a dozen Brigadier-Generals above him — among them Gen, David Jones, who is closely connected by marriage with the President. Strangely it happens that Gen. Walker, of Georgia, was superseded by Col. Taylor, another near connection. Gen. Bonham consulted all the general officers in the Army of the Potomac, and they all agreed with him that such treatment of him was a wrong and an outrage. The following letter from Gen. Bonham on this subject has been published: Near Centreville, Nov. 12, 1861. Hon. J. P. Benjamin, Acting Secretary of War: