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ADJUTANT-GENERAL advance Angeles arms arrived Artillery assistant attack August Baliuag Bamban barrio battalion Battery Bautista Bell bridge brigade Capt Captain carried Cavalry Chief Colonel command Company E Company F condition crossing December detachment direction east Eighth Army Corps enemy engine entire field fire force forward front guard guns Headquarters honor Infantry insurgents January killed Lieut Lieutenant Mabalacat MacArthur Major Manila March miles military morning mountains moved movement natives night Ninth Infantry November Nueva Ecija occupied October officers operations outpost Pangasinan party Porac position possible present prisoners Private railroad reached received regiment remained respectfully returned rifles river road San Fernando Santa scouts Second Division sent September Seventeenth Shot side Smith station supply Tarlac telegraph town track trail train troops Twelfth United Volunteers wagon wounded yards
Page 176 - SIR : I have the honor to submit a report of the operations of the Weather Bureau during the fiscal year that ended June 30, 1905.
Page 156 - June 12, 1858. MAJOR: I have the honor to report that in obedience to Special Orders No. 50, dated headquarters army of Utah, Camp Scott, Utah Territory, November 24, 1857, directing me to proceed to New Mexico for the purpose of procuring animals for service in Utah, I left Camp Scott on the 27th day of November last, having an escort of forty soldiers from the 5th and 10th regiments...
Page 61 - Brevet commissions shall bear date from the particular action or .service for which the officers were brevetted.
Page 17 - It is reported, with a considerable probability of being true, that Aguinaldo was present in command of troops here this morning, or in the immediate vicinity, supervising operations. The demonstration was on a very extensive scale, in which not less than 3,000 men were employed, and probably very many more. The movement has been in preparation for several days; the details were very elaborate. The Iowa regiment did some fine work immediately after appearance of enemy in their immediate vicinity....
Page 163 - ADJUTANT-GENERAL, Second Division, Eighth Army Corps. SIR: I have the honor to...
Page 292 - ... troops when requested to do so. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, WM. W. BELKNAP, Secretary of War. The honorable the SECRETARY OF STATE. [Subinclosure in No. 188.] Captain French, to aesietant adjutant-general, Department of Tesať.
Page 73 - Angeles: Reply to message received from insurgent lines on your front that General Otis is unable to recognize or receive any commission of gentlemen accredited by General Aguinaldo, unless accredited by him solely in his character of general in chief of the insurgent forces.
Page 404 - ... occupied the following points, viz: Ninth and Thirty-sixth Infantry on the line from Bacalor to Guagua and the Twelfth and Seventeenth Infantry at Calulut and Sindalan. The sick were brought in from the Bacalor line by ambulances and from Calulut by railway transportation. The ambulances were found to be insufficient in number and worn out from long and hard use. Constant effort has been made to obtain new vehicles and increase the train. My recommendations in this respect have been carried out...
Page 75 - Government of the parties styling themselves, or who are styled in the correspondence, as "my honorable president" or as " the general secretary of war," and hence is debarred from making official recognition of their communications which you have received. You are therefore directed to make known these instructions to the persons by whom you have been addressed and do whatever may be in your power to ameliorate the condition of the prisoners whom they have referred to. Very respectfully, THEO. SCHWAN,...
Page 303 - December there were captured by this command over 100 horses and mules and about 100 prisoners. A considerable number of the enemy have also been killed and wounded. It would be too tedious to mention the various occasions on which we have met the enemy, but there is one which justice to a brave officer demands...