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Warner, Qu'Appelle to J.M. Egan re Indians risen on every side of Battleford - Fort Pitt - ask assistance.
A. Wily, Moose Jaw to J.M. Egan re hotel keepers cannot feed men in cars, but in hotel.
Warner, Qu'Appelle to J.M. Egan re Indians at Battleford offer to settle.
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.
E. Dewdney, Regina to General Middleton, c/o J.M. Egan re rebels good shots, force must be strong.
Pike, Humboldt to Associated Press c/o McDougall, Winnipeg re grenadiers passed here today.
A.P. Caron, Ottawa to General Middleton, Troy re composition of force?
C. Shields, Medicine Hat to J.M. Egan re military supplies to Swift Current and Qu'Appelle.
E.W.W., Qu'Appelle to J.M. Egan re reported Riel entrenched at Batoche.
John Ross, McKay's Harbour to J.M. Egan re message received from General-Manager.
E. Dewdney, Regina to Bishop Grandin, St. Albert re Coulett-St. Boniface to investigate half-breed claims- maintain peace.
J.N., Nipigon to J.M. Egan re hope to have 1st Detachment by Friday.
C.S., Medicine Hat to J.M. Egan re Father Lacombe thinks no immediate danger.
R. Burton Deane to General Middleton, c/o Egan re can hardly spare escort, scarcity of men.
C.A. Boulton, Calgary to General Middleton re authority-settlers protection, Indians kept quiet.
J.G. Moore, Winnipeg to Osborne Smith, Swift Current re Middleton reaches Clarkes Crossing - Battleford safe.
Crowfoot, Blackfoot Crossing via Gleichen to John A. McDonald, Ottawa re Crowfoot's message declaring loyalty to the Queen.
E.W. Warner, Qu'Appelle to J.M. Egan re Battleford attack expected- police anxious to settle matters.
R. Bogue, Moose Jaw to Minister of Militia, Ottawa re permission to organize company.
C. Shields, Swift Current to J.M. Egan re okay regarding Howard's car of horses from Banff.
J. MacRae, Battleford to Mrs. MacRae, London re safe in barracks, no fighting.
E. Dewdney, Regina to Fred White, Ottawa re Indians at Battleford attack.
Haytor Reed, Carlton to E. Dewdney, Regina re the force coming should be cautioned.
A.P. Caron, Ottawa to F. Middleton, Qu'Appelle re going up.
March 28, 1885. -- E.W. Warner, Qu'Appelle to J.M. Egan re attempt made to burn barn containing transport horses.
B.S. Jenkins, Winnipeg to John Egan re rebels gutting several stores, taking prisoners and chopping down telegraph poles.
E. Dewdney, Regina to Wm. Anderson, Edmonton re warn Indians to remain on reserve.
J.N., Red Rock to J.M. Egan re cold - 7th detachment laid up at Jack Fish.
Pike, Fort Qu'Appelle to Associated Press c/o H. McDougall, Winnipeg re some infantry to join Middleton - 40 to go to Swift Current.
A.P. Caron, Ottawa to General Strange, Gleichen re like to see you to the front again.
John Ross, McKay's Harbor to J.M. Egan re artillery and baggage to reach Red Rock Saturday.
C. Shields, Medicine Hat to J.M. Egan re Galt took only 5 cars of coal.
A.H.W., Port Arthur to H.P.T. re Colonel Quinet and battalion and 292 men left.
J.N., Red Rock to J.M. Egan re spare coaches - what to do with 7th detachment?
R. Burton Deane, Regina to Fred White, Ottawa re Herchmer with horses and men left for Swift Current.
R. Burton-Deane, Regina to General Middleton, c/o J.M. Egan re Inspector Morris will send you distribution state of police in southern district.
Arch. McDonald, Qu'Appelle to J. Wrigley, Winnipeg re Colonel Otter requires 100 teams.
F. Middleton, Qu'Appelle to Lt. Col. Osborne Smith, Winnipeg re authority to organize battalion.
C. Shields, Medicine Hat to J.M. Egan re Colonel Williams asks for special for troops to Qu'Appelle.
J.N., Port Arthur to J.M. Egan re trains which left Winnipeg and Port Arthur.

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