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Warner, Qu'Appelle to J.M. Egan re Indians at Battleford offer to settle.
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.A. Boulton, Calgary to General Middleton re authority-settlers protection, Indians kept quiet.
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.
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.
John Ross, McKay's Harbor to J.M. Egan re artillery and baggage to reach Red Rock Saturday.
R. Burton Deane, Regina to Fred White, Ottawa re Herchmer with horses and men left for Swift Current.
John Ross, Biscotasing to J.M. Egan re camp provisions for 800 men.
W.C. Van Horne, Montreal to J.M. Egan re eight officers with First Detachment send sleeping car.
R.G. Laurie, Battleford to Free Press re Indians threaten Battleford.
S.W. Trott, Calgary to N.F. Trott, Collingwood re everything quiet and safe here.
George Murdoch, Calgary to A.P. Caron, Ottawa re the urge of arms to be forwarded from nearest point here.
James Ross, Columbia to J.M. Egan re condition of engines.
A.P. Caron, Ottawa to Major Hatton, Calgary re acceptance of services,
John Ross, Biscotasing to J.M. Egan re provisions for men - more left Toronto.
Operator, Qu'Appelle to "Sun" re not certain Nicholl was killed- rumor he was favorite with Indians.
John McDonald, Battleford to Winnipeg re carts to start by April tenth; Indians assembling.
J.N., Nipigon to J.M. Egan re 1st Detachment left Dog Lake- need hay and oats.
J.N., Ignace to J.M. Egan re return to Nipigon to make arrangements.
T. Dowling, Calgary to Fred White, Ottawa re desire to get Captain Steele to Calgary .
W.S. Morris, Battleford to Fred White, Ottawa re Indians threaten- communication gone, needed immediate reinforcements.
Opr [Operator?], Qu'Appelle re Nicholl instructor killed.
T.G. Shaughnessy, Montreal to J.M. Egan re notify Hudson's Bay Company to furnish supplies for men and equipment.
D.L. McPherson, Ottawa to G.B. Elliott, Calgary re communication regarding defense of threatened points.
L.W. Coutlee, Fort Qu'Appelle to Mrs. L. Coutlee, Attorney Generals of Winnipeg re arrived all well.
C. Shields, Medicine hat to J.M. Egan re nothing new re Indians.
C. Shields, Medicine Hat to J.M. Egan re nothing new regarding Indians.
General Middleton, Qu'Appelle to Colonel Peebles, Winnipeg re description and amount of arms.
George Hatton, Calgary to A.P. Caron, Ottawa re steps to be taken before Stewart's arrival.
E.W.Warner, Qu'Appelle to J.M. Egan re attach expected on Battleford.
C. Shields, Medicine Hat to J.M. Egan, re Indians at Battleford broken into homes.
Father Lacombe, Blackfoot Crossing to John MacDonald, Ottaware saw Crowfoot and Blackfeet- loyalty promised.
J.H. Inkster, Winnipeg to A. McDonald, Fort Qu'Appelle re if Hughes can get him into with the scouts.
R.G. Laurie, Battleford to Times, Winnipeg re Indians gather- threaten attack.
Postmaster, Battleford to W.W. McLeod, Post Office Inspector re Swift Current Post Office abandoned- people well armed in barracks.
I.G. Baker, Calgary to Captain Thomas Howard re express four Winchester rifles.
John Ross, McKay's Harbor to J.M. Egan re news of Abbott.

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