“Brigham Young conversed freely on the situation of the Saints in the mountains, and said that he dreaded the time when the sants would become popular with the world: for he had seen in sorrow, in a dream, or in dreams, this people clothed in the fashions of Babylon and drinking in the spirit of Babylon until on could hardly tell a saint from a black-leg.” (Brigham Young, as related by Mosiah Hancock.)

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