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Improvements of the Mormons at Great Salt Lake. Mormonism and "Spiritual Wifeism" in Lee County. From the Chicago Press, April From the Deseret News. Correspondence of the Buffalo Courier,. From the Huron Ohio Reflector. From the San Francisco Herald, Nov. From the San Francisco Herald. Louis Republican, May Louis Democrat, May From the Washington Union, May From the Troy Times.

Lee at Mountain Meadows. From the Salt Lake Tribune, May 5. From the Salt Lake Herald, May From the Pittsburg Commercial, May From the Salt Lake Tribune, May From the San Francisco Call. From the Kansas City Times. From the Gold Hill, Nev.

From the Providence Journal. From the Gold Hill News. From the Louisville Commercial. From the Kalamazoo, Mich. Great Salt Lake City. Utah Terrirtory, May 1, Utah, May 29, New York City, Wednesday, January 9, New York City, Friday, January 25, Richards camp some ten or twelve miles ahead on Willow Creek. We turned our cattle loose and drove them into the willows near by to do the best they could and share their fate; and such a storm of wind and snow as we experienced, we think was never superseded in Pottawatamie.

For thirty-six hours, it continued to howl around us incessantly, blowing nearly a hurricane, drifting the snow in every direction, and freezing fast to whatever it touched.

Being unable to keep fires, except a few who had stoves in their wagons; we had to be content without them, and do the best we could. Many were the mother and infant that was obliged to be in bed under their frail covering that sheltered them from the pitiless blast, to keep them from perishing, with nothing, perhaps, but a piece of dry bread, or a few crackers, to subsist upon, while the winds spent their fury upon our camp of canvass, covering it with a mass of ice, the snow drifting around us in some places to the depth of three or four feet.

On the morning of the third day, the storm abated, and we turned out through the chilling blast, from off these ever-lasting snow capped mountains, being at an altitude of about seven thousand feet, and snow; to look for our famishing, and, as we expected, many perished cattle. The greatest part of our cattle had made their way during the storm about five miles off to the Sweetwater, where they obtained pasture and fared quite well, not one being found perished while those that tarried behind fell a prey to hunger and the merciless storm.

Upwards of sixty head of cattle perished in the three camps. Those of our cattle that survived the storm did not recover from its effects for several days; others died in consequence, and some show the effects yet although they are improving at present, as we find quite plenty of mountain grass, and that hearty and good, and able good rolling order, making from twelve to fifteen miles per day, and we hope, if we are prospered, to reach the Valley in eight or ten days from this time.

Notwithstanding our loss we consider we have been blessed and prospered, considering our late start from winter quarters. The goodness and mercy of our Heavenly Parent has attended us on our Journey, and surely we have been protected and preserved beyond those that have preceded us.

Not a solitary death has occurred of man, woman or child in our camp, although we have experienced storms and endured cold weather. New York City, Tuesday, Oct. It has been known ever since Fourier, Brisbane, and Greeley first promulgated their social theories, that society is all wrong. It is known also that their attempts to reform it have signally failed But all of these expedients have been found to be mere palliatives, while a radical reform of society has been the great object of the philosophers, Fourier,Brisbane, Greeley, Big Thunder, Combe, Fowler, Collyer and the Model Artists, the Rochester knockers, and Davis, with his revelations, all havingfailed, all having proved unsatisfactory, tried separately, what next is to be done?

Try them all together. Here we come into broad, open smooth water. Here the daylight of discovery breaks in upon us as the first glimpse of the great Salt Lake broke upon the Mormons. Here we unbuckle our traps, and go straight to work in shovelling up the gold dust. The philosopher's stone--the key to the millenium -- the one thing needful -- the schedule of the final reformation. The Lord be praised. New York City, June? Mormonism and Its Increase.

We have received by regular mail, accounts from the Great Salt Lake, Deseret, to the 19th of April, contained in the journal printed there, called the Deseret News, No. The stride which the Mormons have made in this country is wonderful, and certainly is deserving of some attention. Mormonism, as a sect, originated in this State about , or twenty years ago -- thence passed to Ohio and Missouri, thence to Illinois, and finally settled down in the Salt Lake country, where it appears to be firmly established, and whence it numbers its adherents and devotees by thousands.

It was composed of but very few when it was first started; but within a comparatively short time it has made remarkable progress. It has extended its operations, and instead of being confined to one place, it has spread itself to different parts of the country. Its principal resting place, however, is at Salt Lake, between the Rocky Mountains and the Sierra Nevada, a region which possesses vast agricultral and mineral resources, and is, in many respects, similar to Palestine, in the Holy Land.

The increase of the Mormons in that place is remarkable, and, if they go on at the same rate, they will, before many years, be a powerful and influential sect.

The communities which they have established in the Northwestern States do not exhibit the same increase, nor the same degree of order, quiet, and respectability, as that of the Salt Lake does. Beaver Island has recently been made notorious in consequence of the gross superstition and villainy of some of the "saints" as they call themselves, who are placed in the position of rulers; but when the wheat is sifted from the chaff there, and the villains are excommunicated, the community will, no doubt, recover its character, and Mormonism will be increased there, and in other parts of the Northwest, and similar regions The rise and progress of Mormonism in this country presents a singular phenomenon in religious fanaticism, blended with common sense and industrious habits.

They show that a revolution is at work in the human mind on the subject of religion, of which they are only a part. It will astonish some of our readers when we inform them that Mormonism has, in this age of boasted intelligence, made more rapid progress, and has more adherents, than Christianity had in the same number of years. The foundation of their faith is a book called the Mormon Bible, a work written by a man of genius, in his hours of leisure, in the same vein, and in much the same language as is used in the Old Testament.

It is nothing, in fact, but a religious novel, professing to narrate the wanderings of one of the family mentioned in the Pentateuch. This book of fancy passed into the hands of the celebrated Joe Smith, who was shot in a row in Illinois, The "prophet," as he is termed by his followers, came from Canandaigua, in this State, where he first promulgated the new religion.

From Canandaigua he went to Ohio, thence to Missouri -- then to Illinois, where he met his death in the manner stated. He and his followers in Nauvoo became obnoxious to the people of Illinois, a disturbance ensued, the blood of the saints was shed, and Joe Smith was killed. Finding no resting place in civilized parts of the country, the Mormons at length settled down in the remote Salt Lake country.

Since they went there, and since the discovery of the gold mines in California, they have risen to great power -- increased their numbers to an amazing extent; have a territorial government, organized under the authority of the United States, and possess the seeds of further strength and power to an unlimited extent.

In many respects, the progress and career of the Mormons resemble those of the Methodists under Wesley and Whitfield, and the probability is that they will go on increasing, until they become one of the leading religious sects of the country, and of the world. At present they are characterised by too much bigotry; but they will become more liberal, no doubt, in course of time, and be as numerous as any other Christian sect.

New York City, Saturday, June 7, New York City, Tuesday, August 12, The above article contains a description of James J. Strang's Mormon colony at the head of Lake Michigan. The text will be added when a full copy of the article becomes available.

New York City, Sunday, January 4, We deem it our duty to state, in this official communication, that polygamy, or "plurality of wives is openly avowed and practised in the territory, under the sanction and in obedience to the direct commands of the church. The prominent men in the church, whose example in all things it is the ambition of the more humble to imitate have each many wives, some of them, we are credibly informed and beieve, as many as twenty or thirty and Brigham Young, the Governor, even a greater number.

Only a few days before we left the territory, the Governor was seen riding through the streets of the city in an omnibus, with a large company of his wives, more than two-thirds of whom had infants in their arms -- a sure sign that the evil is oncreasing.

It is not uncommon to find two or more sisters married to the same man; and in one instance, at least, a mother and her two daughters are among the wives of a leading member of the church. This practice, regarded and punished as a high and revolting crime in all civilized countries, would, of course, never be made a statutory offence by a Mormon Legislature; and if a crime at common-law, the court would be powerless to correct the evil with Mormon juries.

The City of the Great Salt Lake, is an important point in the overland route to Oregon and California for the emigrant to replenish his stores, or to winter if overtaken by the advance of the season; but the intimidation which is produced by the denunciations and conduct Message from the President Report of the Judges of Utah Territory. New York City, Sunday, February 15, We have received intelligence from Utah, with news to the 15th November.

The Deseret News, published at Great Salt Lake City, contains an account of the present state of affairs among the Mormons at that and neighboring settlements The United States officers who returned from Utah, have stated that persons were expelled from the territory if they became obnoxious to the censure of the Mormon authorities. The following is a copy of an editorial article in the News, in relation to a regularly licensed trader, who it seems was not well regarded by the saints New York City, Tuesday, March 9, To the New York Herald.

Considered only as news, it ought to be worth your while. There is a great curiosity everywhere to hear about the Mormons, and eagerness to know all the evil that can be spoken of them I will begin with the original and beginning of our troubles, found, to my mind, in the notion that, unlike other populous communities, we are not fit, or have not the right, to furnish our own rulers At the very outset of our national career, we had to have strangers sent to govern us.

Who of worth and standing at home would venture out to Our distant and undescribed country?

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