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n papers are p cil cting that their Government will soon have some trouble with the Mormons. Brigham Young was recently inaugurated Governor of Utah, and made a characteristic speech, from which we extract a few sentences. It will be seen that Brigham expects to have a large family. The old chap talks in this way: We are not going to be satisfied with a mere preemption right on the soil in this territory. Should the Government grant to every head of a family six hundred and forty acresin twenty years from now this spacious hall will not hold my children and in twenty years more they will more than fill this territory. I cannot put up with this small possession. It might do very well for man of small families, say two or three wives and twenty-five or thirty little once, but for me and mine it is not enough. We hope Father Brigham will give the Yankees as much trouble as possible. They are no better than the Mormons, though they conceal their rascality a little more.