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The Palmetto Regiment. --As some errors crept into our enumeration of the names of the officers of the First Regiment of South Carolina Volunteers, whose arrival was noticed on yesterday, we re-publish the same, corrected, to-day. Yesterday the DeKalb Rifles and Richardson Guards, numbering 96 men, arrived here, and 45 more were expected last night. There are about six hundred Carolina troops here now. The following is a list of the officers of the Regiment: Brigadier-General--M. L. Bonham. Staff of Gov. of S. C.--Col. M. A. Moore, Col. J. C. Calhoun. General's Staff--Col. W. C. Moragne, Col. A. P. Aldrich, Col. R. B. Boylston, Col. J. N. Lipscomb, Col. J. W. Simpson, Maj. S. W. Nelson, Maj. Ed. Sparr Hammond, Maj. Samuel W. Melton, Col. J. M. F. Gaston, Surgeon. Of the 1st S. O. Regiment--Col. Maxcy Gregg, Lieut. Col. D. H. Hamilton, Maj. A. M. Smith, Adjt. Ferguson, Quartermaster McGowan, Commissary Kennedy.