FROM THE ARMY IN UTAH.—St. Louis, May 10.—The Independence (Mo.) Despatch an-nounces the arrival of Mr. Mason, who left Camp Scott March 3d. Col. Johnson was anxiously awaiting the arrival of Captain Marcy. The health of the army was re-markably good. Provisions were becoming scarce, but supplies were expected from Fort Laramie. Mr. Mason was detained seven-teen days on account of snow storms. he met Col. Hoffman's command one hundred and forty miles beyond Fort Kearny.
Twelve hundred troops have arrived here (St. Louis) within three days, a great por-tion of whom proceed immediately to Fort Leavenworth.
The Republican of this city states that Capt. Marcy would not be detained more than ten days awaiting reinforcements. He would then be in a condition to march to Camp Scott within forty days. The trains were losing a number of animals from cold. All the streams were full of water.
RECRUITS FOR UTAH.—Four companies of 75 men each, unattached recruits, for the mounted regiments, left Carlisle barracks on Tuesday, destined for Utah. The detach-ment was under the command of Capts. Campbell and Anderson. Col. May will take command of this detachment at Fort Leavenworth for the march across the Plains.
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