Nov. 29th, 1900

Relieved at San Fernando Police Station on evening of Nov. 14th by Company (J. R. M. Taylor's) of 14th: marched following morning to Anda monument where bivouacked till afternoon of 16th, when we boarded the Warren. Sailed at four a.m. 18th for Batangas, arriving about 3 P.M. same day. Dis-embarked at 1.30 P.M. 20th, and marched same..

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Friday, July 13th 1900

Relieved at Pasay on morning of 10th, by Troop of 4th Cavy – marched to Malate Bks and on 11th marched to San Fernando Police Station and relieved Tillson’s Co. of 14th, the two Battalions of that Reg’t. being ordered to China. The duties here are disagreeable and hard on both officers and men, but will do..

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Wednesday, June 11th

Rainy season appears to have begun, first rain on Monday 9th [error in day on date]. Trouble seems to be brewing in China, looking towards its practitioner, but our papers have but meagre account. Rumored that a few regular regiments from here will go and as ours is almost foot-loose, trust we will be in it.

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