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December 25 and went to Annapolis, Md. The 2d and 3d Battalions, leaving on December 26 and 28, remained ten days in New York and then went on to Hilton Head, S. C., and were joined in a short time by the 1st Battalion. In the movement against Charleston, S. C., Colonel Williams commanded the brigade of which the regiment formed a part. The 1st and 2d Battalions joined the army of the Potomac in Virginia, Aug. 19, 1862, and the 3d Battalion remained in South Carolina in command of Maj. A. H. Stevens, Jr., three companies being stationed at Beaufort and the other at Hilton Head; here it remained for some months, engaging in picket and patrol duty, with a reconnoissance Oct. 22, 1862, to Pocotaligo, S. C.; and in June, 1863, a detachment on duty at Folly and Morris islands took part in the siege of Fort Sumter. On Aug. 4, 1863, the battalion was permanently detached from the 1st Cavalry and called the Independent Battalion, Mass. Cavalry Vols., and engaged in the expedition to St. Jo