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Pow-wow with Chief Beardy and Militia troops.
J.N., Red Rock to J.M. Egan re enough teams, crowd teams east with supplies.
Rebel rifle pits at Batoche after the fight, Saskatchewan.
A.G., Barnsville to J.M. Egan re train into St. Vincent has hospital stores.
F. Middleton, Qu'Appelle to Lt. Col. Osborne Smith, Winnipeg re authority to organize battalion.
H. Swinford, Qu'Appelle to J. Wrigley, Hudson's Bay Company, Winnipeg re ship supply officer at Swift Current - 7 cars oats.
Middleton, Qu'Appelle to A.P. Caron, Ottawa re authorize 3 momths field allowance?
J.N., Red Rock to J.M. Egan re Colonel Williams between McKay's and end of track.
C. Shields, Medicine Hat to J.M. Egan re Colonel Williams asks for special for troops to Qu'Appelle.
S.L. Bedson, 32 miles from Humboldt to W.W. McLeod, Winnipeg re cannot keep up mail service on line of march - wire tri-weekly.
J.N., Red Rock to J.M. Egan re letters will be delivered.
Lanskail, Qu'Appelle to Associated Press re camped on Salt Plains - no more alarming news.
J.N., Red Rock to J.M. Egan re Colonel Williams and 7th detachment leave Jack Fish.
C. Shields, Medicine Hat to J.M. Egan re men say sufficient water to run boats.
J.N., Port Arthur to J.M. Egan re trains which left Winnipeg and Port Arthur.
E.W. Warner, Qu'Appelle to J.M. Egan re 3 of Riel's scouts captured.
C. Shields, Medicine Hat to J.M. Egan re Dewdney asks for special for 30 police, Beaver to Calgary.
T.G. Lyons, Whitwood to Lieutenant Governor Dewdney, Regina re Indians south well armed, threaten to fight Red Coats.
C. Shields, Medicine Hat to J.M. Egan re supplies reached Calgary.
Can you leave horses where they are and caboose if so men will remain with them. I suppose this sleeper will be Kept at Winnipeg for us and other officers of second artillery detachment arriving at Winnipeg tomorrow C E Montizambert
Officers of "A" Battery, Canadian Militia.
J.N., Nepigon [Nipigon] to J.M. Egan re men resting at Port Munroe.
Where "A" Battery attempted the rush and lost heavily at Batoche, Saskatchewan.
H. Swinford, Qu'Appelle to J.M. Egan re see that all supplies to officers at Troy and Swift Current are pushed to destination.
W.C. Van Horne, Montreal to J.M. Egan, Winnipeg re 1st detachment to reach Nepgion [Nipigon].
T. Revell, High Bluff to J.M. Egan re reports Riel has 1900 followers, also that prisoners were scalped.
C. Shields, Medicine Hat to J.M. Egan re cannot get along without telegraph operators during rush.
E.W. Warner, Qu'Appelle to J.M. Egan re box here okay, but not delivered.
Grenadiers Camped at Touchwood tonight expect to reach Salt plains tomorrow night all well mild tonight flurries of snow today General Middleton 35 miles from here on Salt plains Pike
R.J.M., Clarkes Crossing to Free Press, Winnipeg re report troops, Indian program and condition of people in barracks.
C. Shields, Medicine Hat to J.M. Egan re Galt's steamers left for north.
C. Shields, Medicine Hat to J.M. Egan re will bring Winnipeg battalion through.
Wrigley, Winnipeg to Major Boulton, Moosomin re cannot interfere- better communicate with Egan.
J.N., Red Rock to J.M. Egan re arrangements made to give troops quick dispatch.
John Ross, Biscotasing to J.M. Egan re camp provisions for 800 men.
J.N., Nepigon [Nipigon] to J.M. Egan re some doubts about getting a road.
Col Grassetts' command left Pt Arthur 1045 am 6 Coaches 1 Bage 1 Car Frt, 45 officers & 315 men H T W What regiment is this         HPT
C. Shields, Swift Current to J.M. Egan re 28 miles Swift Current to river by trail.
J.N., Red Rock to J.M. gan re 10th detachment and horses left Red Rock.
W.C. Van Horne, Montreal to J.M. Egan re eight officers with First Detachment send sleeping car.

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