"The Immigration," Deseret News [Weekly], 26 September 1866, 340.
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THE IMMIGRATION.—We are pleased to publish the following telegrams to Pres. B[righam]. Young:—
I pass here this morning: All well. Snowed all day yesterday.
H[ORTON]. D. HAIGHT.
South Pass, 27.
Encountered a very severe snow and wind storm for 12 hours, while passing from Sage Creek over the Rocky Ridge. Some cattle were badly frozen. Eight head died and 50 more are disabled. The snow was six inches deep; feed covered up; heavy wind from northwest; very cold. Today fine weather; cattle looking better. Camp in good condition. Shall move from here tomorrow.
A[NDREW]. H. SCOTT.
My train will camp on the Weber tonight all well. Stock in good condition. I will come into the city on the 25th.
J[OHN]. D. HOLLADAY.
Three Crossings, 23.
Camp in a snow storm, all well. Total loss stock seven head.
H[ORTON]. D, HAIGHT.