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This column, however, consists only of three squadrons of regular cavalry, the rest being made up of volunteers recruited in haste, two regiments of Missouri cavalry, one battalion of Mormons, and some artillery.
A considerable train of provisions and ammunition accompanies them, for they have to cross a desert of foed, they proceeded towards the Rio Grande; and, unmolested by any enemy, they went to embark in the vicinity of Matamoras for New Orleans.
On their return to Missouri they were discharged, having travelled more than two thousand leagues during their one year's service.
Like those torrents which rush down from the Rocky Mountan watchful anxiety.
Having to watch the Apaches and the Comanches, who infested the passes of the Rocky Mountains on the side of New Mexico, the Sioux on the Upper Missouri, the Nez Perces and the Coeur d'alene—warlike tribes from the shores of Oregon—it was scattered over an immense territory, and had, besides, to hold itself al