OTIS, DECEMBER 3 1899, 06:45 AM

MANILA. (Received December 3, 1899-6.45 a. m.)

ADJUTANT-GENERAL, Washington:

Following deaths since last report: DrownedŚRio Grande, October 27, Clem Bonaparte, K, Twenty-fourth Infantry. Acute dysenteryŚNovember 26, Thomas Smith, K, Twenty-second Infantry; 27th, Thomas B. Wall, E, Twenty-seventh Infantry; 28th, Dewane Goodrich, artificer, Ninth Infantry; 29th, Louis W. Mohun, corporal, L, Ninth Infantry. Gunshot in action-27th, Richard P. Corbett, C, Twenty-sixth Infantry; 24th, Harry Hiscock, sergeant, H, Twenty-sixth Infantry; 25th, James E. Rooney, A, Twenty-sixth Infantry; 29th, John C. Wetherby, E, Fourth Infantry. Typhoid fever-29th, Roy Storrs, L, Third Infantry. Uraemia-30th, John H. Williams, F, Sixth Artillery. Chronic diarrhea-30th, James M. Hart, A, Ninth Infantry; December 1, Fay Foster, D, Ninth Infantry.

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