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Doc. 82. fight with Apache warriors. Fort Bowie, Arizona territory, May 5, 1864. Captain: I have the honor to report for the information of the Colonel commanding, that pursuant to Special Orders, No.--, Inspector-General's Department, New Mexico, Tucson, Arizona Territory, April twenty-six, 1864, I took up my line of march from Fort Cummings, New Mexico, on the thirtieth ultimo. My command consisted of Company I, Fifth Infantry, California volunteers, forty-seven enlisted men, a detrst cavalry, California volunteers, and Juan Arrozas, the Mexican guide at the Rio Mimbres. Arriving at the entrance to Doubtful Canon at Steen's Peak at six o'clock A. M., fourth instant, I was fired into by a party of not less than one hundred Apache warriors, ambushed for that purpose. One of my men was dangerously wounded, and three others slightly wounded, and my horse killed the first fire. I had a rear guard of two non-commissioned officers and nine men; the balance of the men, except