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rced by about one thousand five hundred mounted men from Minnesota, leaving General Sibley with about seven hundred effective men to protect the frontier settlements Missouri river. With the small force under his command judiciously posted, General Sibley has kept everything quiet on the Minnesota border, nor is there ever again ief summary, I have the honor to refer you to the reports of Generals Sully and Sibley herewith and heretofore transmitted. In some manner the British Government sbe made with Indians, under the instructions I have given to Generals Sully and Sibley, is based simply upon the understanding that the Indians on the one hand behavem. General Sully, commanding District of Iowa and the Indian expedition; General Sibley, commanding District of Minnesota, and General T. C. H. Smith, commanding Dill not hesitate to confer it upon him. To the reports of Generals Sully and Sibley, and to those of their subordinate commanders, I refer for details of the vario