"Agents and Immigration," Deseret News, 10 August 1864, 361.
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AGENTS AND IMMIGRATION.—Elder Joseph W. Young telegraphed, on the 4th inst., that Elders Joseph A. Young and H. B. Clawson had arrived at Wyoming, as also the last of this year's immigration. Elders Young, Clawson, Staines and others expected to start for home, the last of this week, in private conveyance.
Capt. John R. Murdock's mule train passed Horse Shoe, 466 miles east, on the 1st inst; and Capt. William B Preston's train crossed the Platte at Julesburg on the 6th inst. Both trains were making good progress, and the passengers generally enjoyed good health.