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stcraft, would require management and a show of force.
Indeed, the state of affairs in Utah was entirely unforeseen at Washington.
The Government expected turbulence — it found armed and open hostility; it provided against sedition, and had to meethad at Fort Bridger, grumbling began at the insipid food, and maledictions were hurled on the Subsistence Department at Washington.
In the midst of one of the heaviest snow-storms of the season the picket-guard brought in three men bearing letters fuing a course of open opposition.
No new result was arrived at, nor was Brigham Young without friends and allies at Washington.
While General Johnston lay hemmed in by the avalanches of the Rocky Mountains, and nearly all Americans were anxious pondence with General Johnston, but in his conversation with others.
Colonel Love, writing to General Johnston from Washington City, June 11, 1860, says:
Ben McCulloch told me yesterday that he was rejoiced that you had been appointed, instea