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George B. Elliott, Calgary to Sir David MacPherson, Minister of the Interior, Ottawa re news of Crozier creates alarm, asks permission for company to drill.
A.P. Caron, Ottawa to General Middleton, Troy re composition of force?
March 28, 1885. -- E.W. Warner, Qu'Appelle to J.M. Egan re attempt made to burn barn containing transport horses.
F. Middleton, Qu'Appelle to Lt. Col. Osborne Smith, Winnipeg re authority to organize battalion.
John Ross, McKay's Harbor to J.M. Egan re reports on number coming from the East.
W. Osborne Smith, Winnipeg to General Middleton, Troy re If General M. approves will raise battalion.
March 28, 1885. -- F.C. Shield, Medicine Hat to J.M. Egan re will enroll protection brigade; send arms.
Kamloops, Calgary toThe Times re Irvine and Crozier's commands, safety unsure, fear, Edmonton half breeds on war path.
March 28, 1885. -- A.G. Laurie, Battleford to The Times, Winnipeg re a party of Crozier's men fired upon at Irvine; 101 men and 28 volunteers at Carlton.
R.J. Milloy, Park Crossing to Fred White re ice good, crossing safe.
P.O. Richards, Qu'Appelle to T.P. Coones, Winnipeg re mess, must have your resignation.
Thomas Wastie, Brandon to J.M. Egan re enroll company for protection.
Thomas Wastie, Brandon to J.M. Egan re confine organization of company at Brandon to employees.
Fred Middleton, Qu'Appelle to Major C. Boulton, Winnipeg re how many men to join force?
Sydney Schreiber, Minneapolis to General Middleton, Troy re Schreiber's description, applies for command.
March 2?, 1885. -- A.P. Caron, Ottawa to Lt. Colonel D. Scott, Regina re authority given to start company.
March 28, 1885. -- T.G. Shaughnessy, Montreal to J.M. Egan re troops leave by special train.
March 28, 1885. -- J.C. Waugh, Morden to Colonel Noughton re will government accept services of volunteer company?
John Ross, McKay's Harbour to J.M. Egan re about 400 troops to be forwarded to Winnipeg.
W.C. Van Horne, Bathurst to J.M. Egan, Winnipeg re Mr. Boissevain on way to Winnipeg.
J.N., Port Arthur to J.M. Egan re 100 men enrolled at present.
W.C. Van Horne, Montreal to J.M. Egan, Winnipeg re first detachment left Ottawa.
E.W. Warner, Qu'Appelle to J.M. Egan re troops waiting.
F. Middleton, Qu'Appelle to A. Caron, Ottawa re good mounted infantry needed, travel difficult.
A.P. Caron, Ottawa to General Middleton, Troy re men under Otter moving to front.
March 28, 1885. -- O'Keefe, Oak Lake to J.M. Egan re public aware of private telegrams.