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C. Shields, Swift Current to J.M. Egan re train to Broadview.
Militia camp with cannon.
Jason A. Smart, Brandon to J.M. Egan re time and number of Queen's Own going through Brandon - lunch prepared.
D.H. Harrison, Winnipeg to General Middleton, Qu'Appelle re do you authorize Minnesota Company to be attached to Colonel Smith's.
E.W.W., Qu'Appelle to J.M. Egan re requisitions for freight and men's fares.
A.P. Caron, Ottawa to Major Middleton re authorized to do what is necessary.
Major Middleton, Qu'Appelle to J.M. Egan re special with boat crews for Galt.
J.N., Red Rock to J.M. Egan re raining hard.
J.E. Woodworth, Winnipeg to General Middleton, Camp re order Colonel Peebles - arms and ammunition for Dennis County.
Rear of rebel's position at Fish Creek, Saskatchewan.
E. Dewdney, Regina to Fred White, Ottawa re Fort Macleod Blood Indians quiet, anxious, willing to work.
T.G. Shaughnessy, Montreal to J.M. Egan re if blankets not all solid, send 250 pairs to James Ross.
J.N., Nepigon [Nipigon] to J.M. Egan re 3rd detachment making good time.
Militia troops breaking camp at Guardapuis' Crossing, Saskatchewan.
W.C. Van Horne, Montreal to J.M. Egan re teams needed to transfer baggage.
First engagement in battle of Fish Creek, Saskatchewan.
A.E. Fenton, Swift Current to J.M. Egan re Applegarth, with wife and sister arrived from Red Pheasant's reserve where they were raided by Indians and told to leave.
J.N., Red Rock to J.M. Egan re whereabouts of 10th detachment.
J.N., Nepigon [Nipigon] to J.M. Egan re expect first detachment at Heron Bay.
C. Shields, Medicine Hat to J.M. Egan re Dewdney wants engine at Regina to go to Qu'Appelle.
Militia camp after the battle of Fish Creek, Saskatchewan.
J.N., Red Rock to J.M. Egan re 3rd detachment belongs to Colonel Otter.
J.N., Nepigon [Nipigon] to J.M. Egan re Colonel Otter anjd 2nd detachment at Jack Fish.
Infantry School Corps "C" Company and "A" Battery Canadian Militia.
C.E. Montizambert, Eagle River to J.M. Egan re have letters brought down on our arrival.
H.M. Lonctat, Gleichen to The Gazette, Montreal re 1200 Indians camped one mile away.
Mrs. Dan Finlayson, Battleford to D.A. Finlayson, Glencoe, Ontario re safe in barracks - lost provisions.
A.P. Caron, Ottawa to General Middleton, Troy re Land Surveyors to get men as scouts.
Royal Grenadiers relieving the 90th Battalion,Winnipeg Rifles in battle of Fish Creek, Saskatchewan.
T.G. Shaughnessy, Montreal to J.M. Egan re sold government 2,000 blankets from Winnipeg store.
E.W.W., Qu'Appelle to J.M. Egan re Indians on war path- Rae asks to burn store.
J.N., Red Rock to J.M. Egan re 3 men injured on Nepigon [Nipigon] bridge, iron fell.
J.N., Red Rock to J.M. Egan re arrival at Port Arthur of Colonel Grassett and command.
"The Snow" Poem and Letter by Louis Riel [verso]
W.C. Van Horne, Montreal to J.M. Egan re all right forward - Galt special.
R. Gorman, Mattania to A. Ferland, Calgary re report of Indian rising in Medicine Hat correct.
W.H. Jackson, Winnipeg to General Middleton re stationed as principal supply and transport officer.
Mrs. Miserable Man at Battleford, Saskatchewan.
C.E. Hamilton, Winnipeg to General Middleton, Qu'Appelle re formed home guardian, arms and ammunition.
View of Fish Creek battle during Riel Rebellion, Saskatchewan.

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