IMPORTANT ARMY INTELLIGENCE.
We have obtained the following important army in-telligence, in which our readers may have the fullest reliance:
An order from the War Department directs the movement, at once, of the 6th regiment of infantry, and the company of sappers and miners, to-ward Utah. This command is to take the Bridger Pass route, and to construct a wagon road from the Pass to Camp Scott, the present headquarters of Col. Johnston. Lieut. Francis T. Bryan, topographical engineer, accompanies the command, he having passed over the route.
Major James G. Martin, Assistant Quartermaster, has been ordered to Utah.
Major James L. Donaldson, Assistant Quartermaster, to New-Mexico, to relieve Capt. L. C. Easton, who comes temporarily to St. Louis. Col. Ruggles has been relieved from command of the recruiting ren-dezvous at Jefferson Barracks by Capt. Underwood.
FORCE ASSIGNED TO THE COMMAND OF MAJOR-GEN. SMITH, FOR THE UTAH EXPEDITION.
Batteries of Artillery—Light Company B, 4th regiment of ar-tillery, commanded by Capt. John W. Phelps. Light Company M, 2d regiment of artillery, commanded by Brevet Major Henry J. Hunt. Light Company A, 2d regiment or artillery, commanded by Capt Wm. F. Barry. Light Company C, 3d regiment of artil-lery, commanded by Brevet Major John F. Reynolds.
Engineer Troops.—Company of sappers and miners, com-manded by Lieut. James C. Duane.
Mounted Troops—First regiment of cavalry, commanded by Col. Edwin V. Sumner. Second regiment of dragoons, com-manded by Lieut.-Col. P. St. G. Cooke.
Foot Troops.—Fifth regiment of infantry, commanded by Bvt. Col. Carlos A. Waite. Sixth regiment of infantry, commanded by Lt.-Col. George Andrews. Seventh regiment of infantry, commanded by Lt.-Col. Pitcairn Morrison. Tenth regiment of infantry, commanded by Col. Edmund B. Alexander.
The Fourth regiment of artillery, commanded by Col. Monroe, and now in the district of the Platte, will be added to the above forces.
[St. Louis Democrat.
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