From Utah and Kansas.
ST, LOUIS, April 9.—-The St. Joseph Gazette notices the arrival there of Alexander Constant from Fort Kearney on the 30th ult. He reports Brigham Young had notified Johnson to leave the Territory by 10th March, otherwise the troops would be annihilated.
Young tender the army provisions enough to last them to the States.
Constant met a supply train of 160 wagons, accompanied by four companies of troops, on the first inst. at Little Blue.
The Indians are all peaceable.
The Leavenworth correspondent of the Democrat says the policy recommended in the address to the public framed by one of the Con-vention committee, is that they give the Leavenworth Constitution a party ratification and refuse to accept any organic law derived from the Lecompton Constitution or govern-ment. The address does not recognize the possibility of Lecompton becoming the funda mental law, even though Congress should receive it, as without the sanction of the people it will be null and void. It was distinctly understood that the Convention will not tolerate the policy of any free State men qualifiing under the Lecompton Constitution the bill of rights. Declared the right of all men to control their own persons to be prior to law and inalienable.
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