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Report of William Quayle, September 29, 1864

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Report of William Quayle, September 1864

PS Capt Wm R Peavles [?] of Young
County was sevearly [sic] wounded in an
engagement with the Indians on the
5th inst (in which he killed one) and
died a few days since[.]

Capt JP Guinn of Montague County
not giving satisfaction as an
Officer was allowed to resign on
the 13 inst And the 1st Lieut Wm Farning [?]
promoted[.] Please inform his Excellency
the Governor that I have had a confer-
ence with the Tonkways [sic] and they
are utterly opposed to going across
Red River or any further North[.]

Very respectfully
Wm Quayle
Maj Comdg Dist

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Report of William Quayle, September 29, 1864. Records of the Adjutant General, General Correspondence, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

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