From the Richmond Dispatch, 12/17/1862, p. 1, c. 5
Funeral of the late Gen. Maxcy Gregg. - The remains of this distinguished son of South Carolina, who fell in the bloody conflict near Fredericksburg on Saturday last, arrived in Richmond at a late hour on Monday night, and were placed in the office of the Provost Marshal, a guard of honor being stationed there to guard and protect them — Yesterday morning they were placed in the hands of the undertaker, to be prepared for conveyance to Columbia, S. C., the late home of the lamented officer. It was afterwards reconveyed to the office of the Provost Marshal, and laid in state till the hour of 4 o'clock, when it was taken to the Petersburg depot, under the escort of the City Battalion and Public Guard, with a full band. The procession, after starting from the Marshal's office, moved slowly down 9th street to Main, thence up to 7th street, and thence to the depot, the band meanwhile performing a solemn dirge. The funeral cortege presented an imposing but mournful spectacle.