"Telegrams," Deseret News, 16 November 1865, 44.
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TELEGRAMS.—The following telegrams have been received by President Young, through whose kindness we are enabled to publish them:
Ham's Fork, Nov. 12th, 1865.
Arrived here all right. Will be in Great Salt Lake City Thursday or Friday.
Capt. Willis' train leaves here this morning, all well, only cattle weak. Feed poor. Weather still fine.
Green River, 15th.
We arrived at this place yesterday morning; stayed the day to shoe oxen. We leave this morning, all well.
All the women and children, and most of the men are with Captain Arnold; their friends can be on the look out for them.