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ey, on the 26th of June, to send part of his horse in advance to Fort Laramie to recruit in strength before the main body came up; but, unfort of from thirty to sixty miles a day, stopping at Forts Kearny and Laramie only time enough to rest his teams — a day at each. On the 29tsupport to the supply-trains. General Porter says: Beyond Fort Laramie, rumors of trains destroyed and troops attacked reached Colonel rmy without suffering until the next May, when belated trains at Fort Laramie could bring up supplies, and then have it in condition to force ef by way of Bridger's Pass early in the spring. Dispatches via Fort Laramie went to the Government, and an expedition through Bridger's Passreased their confidence and respect. The salt soon arrived from Fort Laramie. General Johnston found in the rigors and necessities of thelonel) P. St. George Cooke, commanding the Second Dragoons, from Fort Laramie through the South Pass to Green River; and that of Captain R. B.