Catalog Record: Latter-day Saints in Utah : opinion of the Hon. Z. Snow, Judge of the Supreme Court of the United States for the Territory of Utah, upon the official course of his excellency Gov. Brigham Young : plea of George A. Smith, Esq., and charge of the Hon. Judge Snow upon the trial of Howard Egan before the United States District Court, on indictment for the murder of James Monroe, verdit : a bill to establish a territorial government for Utah, the names of the territorial officers, etc., etc. | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Latter-day Saints in Utah : opinion of the Hon. Z. Snow, Judge of the Supreme Court of the United States for the Territory of Utah, upon the official course of his excellency Gov. Brigham Young : plea of George A. Smith, Esq., and charge of the Hon. Judge Snow upon the trial of Howard Egan before the United States District Court, on indictment for the murder of James Monroe, verdit : a bill to establish a territorial government for Utah, the names of the territorial officers, etc., etc. / [compiled by Franklin Richards].

Related Names: Egan, Howard 1815-1878., Smith, George Albert 1817-1875., Snow, Z. , Richards, F. D. 1821-1899.
Language(s): English
Published: Liverpool : F. D. Richards, 1852.
Subjects: Utah > Politics and government.
Physical Description: 24 p. ; 21 cm.
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