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The Mormon Rebellion And the Bill to Raise Volunteers Speech of Hon Samuel R

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The Mormon Rebellion And the Bill to Raise Volunteers Speech of Hon Samuel R
Samuel Ryan Curtis
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They are wanted there to prosecute war against five or ten thousand Mormons, which are now, or will be, in arms to receive them. They are wanted to move from point to point, as exigencies may require.
Mr. LOVEJOY. Does the gentleman consider that warexisfs?
Mr. CURTIS. I do.
Mr. LOVEJOY. Who declared it ?
Mr. CURTIS. Brigham Young, as the leader and former Governor of the Mor- mons, who has put his forces under the command of Lieutenaant General Wells.
Mr. LOVEJOY. Has the gentleman his manifes
...to?
Mr. CURTIS. I have it ; and, with the consent of the House, I will incorporate a portion of it in my speech. I think it will convince that gentleman, and all others, that the opposing forces are in a state of actual war. But I desire not to be detained or forced from the line of my argument.
The point I was making is, that we need the forces provided for in this bill, not for the purpose of increasing the standing army, but for the purpose of giving to the President of the United States ample 9 power to prosecute this war ; for I insist, I with regret, that war has already com- [ jmenced.


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