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Colonel William Preston Johnston, The Life of General Albert Sidney Johnston : His Service in the Armies of the United States, the Republic of Texas, and the Confederate States. 9 1 Browse Search
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s, as well as of the Governor; but this fact the Governor did not choose to recognize. Judge Cradlebaugh, who had charge of the southern district of Utah, determined, if possible, to bring to jusnst the military occupation of their town, to the annoyance and intimidation of citizens. Judge Cradlebaugh replied politely, pointing out the necessity of his action; and a controversy ensued in whly to this letter, declining to obey the Governor's commands, and reciting his own orders, Judge Cradlebaugh's requisition, the want of a jail or any other means of detaining the prisoners, except byr the command of Captain Heth, is now stationed around the court-house at Provo, where the Hon. Judge Cradlebaugh is now holding court, and eight additional companies of infantry, one of artillery, anjudiciary were virtually at an end, unless other modes of trial were adopted by Congress. Judge Cradlebaugh was able, however, as a committing magistrate, to place on record a mass of testimony that