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it was the case of Utah. It was not only in open and defiant rebellion, but it was composed mainly of foreigners, who never had cherished or professed any feelings but those of ill will and hatred towards this country; and by its brutalizing system of polygamy, and by the most shocking moral abominations, including a legalized system of murder, had provoked the vengeance of God and man. Yet a long period elapsed before any measures were adopted to coerce this refractory and reprobate territory, and when an army at last was sent, Peace Commissioners were sent with it who tied up its hands and prevented it from using the weapons with which it was provided. The country has stood by and seen Brigham Young come successfully out of his conflict with the federal government, and made no complaints of the manner in which its authority has been set at naught, so opposed is the public sentiment of the United States to compulsory measures and to shedding blood in vindication of its authority.