"Pilot to the Salt Lake," Frontier Guardian, 3 Apr. 1850, 2
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Mr. Rosewell Stevens, who has been to the Salt Lake and back again,--acquainted with Western life, and with the Indian character--with mountain ranges and defiles, and is a hardy, staunch built man, proposes to pilot a company as far as Salt Lake City for five dollars per man, payable in advance, and the other half at the end of the route, provided a company of one hundred men can be raised. He will furnish his own animals and provisions.
We can say to Mr. Stevens, that he is just the man that can take a company through and no mistake. He is one of that kind of men that can act efficiently in almost any emergency, particularly in any such as would be likely to arise on this trip We can recommend him with confidence--as a suitable and proper person.