John Henry Asendorf in uniform The War Diary of John Henry Asendorf
The Story of a Pennsylvania Volunteer during the Spanish-American War in the Philippines and the Philippine American War
Wednesday, November 23rd, 1898  Diary View

Nov 23/98
This is a beautifull day and quiet compfortable Buisnes in the City is booming everywhere the Senator and Valencia both arived with troops and none are exspected the Insurgent Leaders are recruiting the Natives every where there is a good deal of Robbery done all over the City among Natives an Spaniard as good many arrest are made every day but there is perfect Order everywhere in the Evening we have Regimental dress parade
wich is the first one for some time it was verry satisfactory Wilson Collins Sullivan Johnson Coiner Hustead Murphie and Wodard are on the sick List


This is a beautiful day and quite comfortable. Business in the city is booming everywhere. The Senator and Valencia both arrived with troops and none are expected. The insurgent leaders are recruiting the natives. Everywhere there is a good deal of robbery all over the city among the natives and Spaniards. A good many arrests are made every day but there is perfect order everywhere. In the evening we had regimental dress parade which is the first one for some time. It was very satisfactory. Wilson, [Walter] Collins, [Frank] Sullivan, Johnson, [Louis] Coyner, [Frank] Hustead, [Jesse] Murphy and [James] Woodward are on the sick list.
Soldiers mentioned
on this date:

COLLINS, Walter E.
COYNER, Louis R.

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