31st Congress, 1st Session, Senate, Ex. Doc. No. 64--REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR COMMUNICATING The report of Lieutenant J. H. Simpson of an expedition into the Navajo country in 1849; and, also, the report of Captain S. G. French relative to the road opened between San Antonio and El Paso del Norte.----July 6, 1850. Read. August 10. 1850 Ordered to be printed with Ex. Doc. No. 64. and that 3,000 additional copies be printed, 390 of which are for the Topographical Bureau. --------------WAR DEPARTMENT, Washington, July 3, 1850. Sir: I have the honor to transmit herewith copies of reports from Lieutenant J. H. Simpson, of the Corps of Topographical Engineers, and Captain S. G. French, of the Quartermaster's Department, with accompanying maps and sketches, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of the 8th altimo, requesting ""copies of the journals of all reconnaissances returned to the Topographical Bureau by officers of the United States making such surveys within the last year, and not heretofore communicated together with copies of the maps and sketches belonging to said reconnaissances; also, the report of Captain French, of the Quartermaster's Department, designating a route for a military road from San Antonio to El Paso."" Very respectfully, your obedient servant,CEO: W. CRAWFORD,Secretary of War HON. MILLARD FILLMORE, President of the Senate. ---------------- BUREAU of TOPOGRAPHICAL ENGINEERS, Washington, July 2, 1850. Sir: Under a resolution of the Senate of the 8th June, I have the honor to transmit the report and map of Lieutenant J. H. Simpson, Corps Topographical Engineers, of an expedition into the Navajo country in 1849. The resolution calls for all sketches and drawings belonging to reports.