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CAPT. HAMILTON'S MOVEMENTS AND ENGAGEMENTS1863. Wednesday, July 15. Meade's Headquarters moved from Beaver Creek to Berlin. * * * Kilpatrick's division (Co. K) of calvary from Falling Waters, via Williamsport, to Boonesborough.
Thursday, July 16. * * * De Forest's First Brigade (Co. K) First Brigade (Co. K) proceeded to Harper's Ferry.
Friday, July, 17. Kilpatrick's cavalry division moved from Berlin and Harper's Ferry to Purcellville, * * * De Forest's brigade (Co. K) crossing the Shenandoah at Harper's Ferry. Custer crossed the Potomac at Berlin.
Saturday, July 18. Gen. Meade's headquarters moved from Berlin, Md., to Lovettsville, Va. Crossed Potomac at Berlin.
Sunday, July 19. Meade moved to Wheatland, Va., and Kilpatrick's division of cavalry marched from Purcellville to Upperville, Va.
Monday, July 20. Meade moved to Union, Va.
Wednesday, July 22. Meade changed his headquarters to Upperville; Kilpatrick moved to Piedmont, Va.
Thursday, July 23. Meade moved to Linden, Va.; Kilpatrick's division to Amissville.
Friday, July 24. Meade moved from Linden to Salem.
Saturday, July 25. Meade moved to Warrenton.
Thursday, July 30. Kilpatrick's calvary moved from Amissville to Warrenton, Va.
Friday, July 31. Kilpatrick's division to Warrenton Junction. Meade's army was on the north bank of the Rappahannock.
Thursday, Sept. 1.Kilpatrick's division proceeded to Port Conway, on the lower Rappahannock, where, after driving across the river a force of cavalry and infantry which the enemy had on the north bank.
Wednesday, Sept. 2. Elder's battery sank the "Satellite" and the "Reliance," two steamers captured from Union forces; Kilpatrick encamped near Lamb's Creek Church.
Saturday, September 12, Kilpatrick's command at Kelly's Ford.