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was assured to their successors, present 1st Regiment, composed in part least half of the original regiment. 1st Regiment, under its present organizan, is composed of twelve companies. The blood of South Carolina is represented by t They only wait the summons to the field take the post which has been assigned t and to which by reason of gallantry, co and former service, they are so justly entered. We append a list of the officers of there Regiment South Carolina Volunteers, as follows: Field Officers — Maxcy Gregg, Colonel; D. B. Hamilton, Lieut. Colonel; August M. Smith Major. Company Officers — P. Macready, Captain of Irish Volunteers; W. P. Sherter, Captain Marion Volunteers; Capt. Cordono, Richmond Rifles; Capt. McIntosh, of Peedee Guards Capt. Walker, of Rhett Guards; Capt. Allen. of Horry Rebels; Capt. McCreary, of.--; Capt. Butler, of the Edgefield Volunteer; Capt. Haskill, of the--; Capt. Bogued the Richardson Guard. The regiment numbers about 1,100 men
p to Monday, and Baltimore dates of Tuesday last. We append a full summary of news: From Portress Monroe. Fortress Monroe, Aug. 23. --Gen. Wool and Gen. Butler have spent part of the day at the Rip Raps, experimenting with Sawyer's gun. The second shell fired from it burst in the Confederate camp at Sewell's Point, bro of persecution. I found the complacent Mr. Serrill, the fiscal agent of Jeff. Davis, as happy as a king, playing chess with another distinguished personage. Pierce Butler was reading Dr. Johnson's Vanity of Human Wishes, and one of the Baltimore Police Commissioners, Archer's Commentaries on the Book of Job. The rest were variouoward, (president,) Wm. Gatchell and John W. Davis, Baltimore police Commissioners; R. H. Alvey,--Lyon, Robert Muir,--Smith, Thomas S. Serrill, Chas. Kopperan, Pierce Butler, Louis De Bebian, Samuel Alken, Col. Chas. H. Tyler, and G. Berrett, Mayor of Washington. The New York correspondent of the Philadelphia Ledger writes: