THE ARMS IN UTAH—KANSAS AND NEW MEXICO.—We have later news via St. Louis relating to the movements of the Utah army and affairs in Kansas and New Mexico. Messrs. BUSSEL, MAJORS and WADDEU have received orders to start 110 teams and 26 wagons for Utah.—These trains take upwards of 300 teamsters and 11,000 mules.
A company of sappers and miners from West Point had reached Fort Leavenworth. The entire force at Fort Leavenworth on the 9th inst., consisted of 12 companies of artillery, 3 of infantry, and 2 of dragoons. Horses and mules were arriving rapidly. Two hundred and six teams were reported ready for service.
Hoffman's command had passed Fort Kear-ney and was rapidly pushing onward.
A movement of the troops to occupy a post in the new district of Platte, to guard the route, would take place in a few days.
A latter was in circulation for signatures asking General Calhoun should be insured safe-ty against personal violence in case he should return to re open the Surveyor General's office. Mayor Adams was among the signers of the letter.
The State Central Committee had issued a call for a Delegate Convention to nominate of fleers under the Leavenworth Constitution. It will be held at Topeka on the 25th inst, and the sense of the people taken as to who shall be U. S. Senators. The Convention is to consist of one hundred delegates, appointed among the counties on a basis of 21,000 votes to the State.
The Santa Fe mail has arrived with dates to the 13th ult.
Richard H. Tompkins had been appointed Attorney General, vice Theodore Wheat, re-signed.
The District Court, Judge Benedict presid-ing, commenced its spring session at Santa Fe on the 8th ult.
The Utah and Navajo Indians had failed to conclude a treaty of peace. The Utahs, assist-ed by the Arrapahoes, intended to attack the Navajos at the next moon.
The details of the murders and outrages committed in Donna Anna county are given.
The letting of the contracts to supply the subsistence department of the army took place on the 4th inst.
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