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

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anything else it is reported that Mail is in in the Evening Robt Griffith and myself got Orders to drive to Manila the nesct day and take in a Canga and 2 Horses and other things

Saturday April 8/99
much firing was done during the Night on our exstreme left and therefor we didnt make our Trip but stayed in Malolos Cos C. & D. went on Outpost in the Evening
Sunday April 9/99
the Night was quiet Captain Bierer having verry sore Legs went to Manila for a few days the day was spent verry quietly in the afternoon we recieved Mail from U S I recieved on letter from G and his Kater and a Reciept at Night about 12 o Clock the Enemy attaked out Outpost the rest of the Cos reinforced them and in a few hours repulsed the Enemy the 3d Artillery lost several Killed and
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