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Nov. 1st 1899

We were taken ashore early this A.M. Each man carried rolls, arms, 100 rounds of ammunition and (supposedly) two days rations. In Manilla we were loaded into little 31- man cars and started North. We ate dinner at Caloocan, passed through Malolos [?]an San Fernando and got to Angeles just before sundown. We went into camp in dogtents. The 17th is camped about 1/4 of a mile away but the boys are on outpost today and wont come in till 7 tomorrow morning. This town is on the advanced line with “Soogro” outposts within half a mile.