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Transcript for "Home Items: The Immigration," Deseret News, 12 September 1866, 325

THE IMMIGRATION.—We are obliged to Pres. B. Young for the following telegrams which have been forwarded to him.

Sept. 4, Three Crossings.
We pass here today noon, all well. All seems quiet on the road.
THOMAS TAYLOR.

Little Sandy, Sept. 5.
Passed Cap. Chipman's train on Big Sandy. Left him 40 sacks of flour. All well.
ARZA E. HINKLEY.

South Pass, 6.
Met Tho[ma]s. Taylor at Dry Sandy, all well. We shall stay here till tomorrow morning.
A. E. HINKLEY.

Sweetwater, 6.
My train passed here this morning, all well. No Indians to bother. The road good. I will be into the city on 24th or 25th of September.
J[ohn]. D. HOLLADAY.

Casper, 6.
We are passing here all well. Getting along fine.
DANIEL THOMPSON.

South Pass, 7.
Three trains this side of Sweetwater bridge. Leave here at ten o'clock. Flour to last to Green River.
A. E. HINKLEY.

Laramie, 7.
I pass here today all well. Total loss of stock four head.
H[ORTON]. D. HAIGHT.

Horse Shoe, 8.
My train passed here today all well.
A[NDREW]. H. SCOTT.

Three Crossings, 8.
My train passed here today all well and in good spirits. Stock doing well. No Indians on the road. Cold rain today. All things going on well. I am making good time.
J[OHN]. D. HOLLADAY.

Ft. Casper
Pass here with train. All in good spirits. We need salt.
P[eter]. Nebeker

Ft. Casper, 8.
My train is all well. Traveling fine. No trouble with Indians.
J. S. RAWLINS.

Sweetwater, 9.
We are all well. Passed here today.
D. S. THOMPSON.

Horse Shoe, 10.
I pass here this morning, all well.
H[ORTON]. D. HAIGHT.

Mud Springs, 10.
Our teams are in good condition. But very little sickness in camp. Very cold and stormy.
A[BNER]. LOWRY.

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