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d the mission, on the success of which the salvation of the army depended, after unheard — of sufferings.
Thanks to him, the fresh supplies arrived in time, and Johnston was able to reach Great Salt Lake City in the spring.
When hostilities broke out with any of the Indian tribes, it was necessary, in the midst of these diffice is nothing to allay their violence; then the cold and the snow followed in quick succession, bringing new sufferings to the troops they overtook, like those of Johnston.
Such a life formed marchers trained to long stages; but campaigning in a desert, where they carried everything with them, and unable to separate themselves forthose campaigns where it was necessary to prepare everything in advance that the army could require.
The reader will understand this when he recalls the fact of Johnston's army being followed by a train of four thousand wagons.
It is not astonishing, therefore, that when it became necessary to provide for a million of volunteers