Transcript for "Arrived," Deseret News, 6 September 1866, 317

ARRIVED.—Cap. Samuel D. White's mule train, 46 wagons, arrived on the afternoon of the 5th inst. Cap. White informs us that they had a very pleasant return trip, only one shower and a rain on Bear River, and made the distance in 53½ traveling days, lying by 3 days.

There were 3 deaths on the route, one a very old lady, of dropsy, and two small children.

W. Woodruff, jun., Roswell [Oswell] Knight,—[Evan A.] Richards,—[William S.] Phillips and Robert Watson, jun., returning missionaries, arrived in this train.

It was Robert Daybell, not Doble, who strayed from this train near Willow Springs, between the Platte and Sweetwater bridges. The company hunted for him two days and part of one night, but up to date he has not been heard from.