The Tribune almanac and political register for 1859, Utah and the Mormons . ave been saved the necessarily largeexpenditure attending the march of anarmy, and which, in this case, has becomeenormous, considering the object aimedat and the end gained, to the great en-richment of peculating and speculatingcontractors; but it would have been farmore could we have been saved the hu-miliating spectacle of seeing our govern-ment undertake a war on insufficientgrounds, to escape from which it is com-pelled to be indebted to the good ofScesof a private citizen. GOVERNMENTS OF EOROPE. 48 •al OS g .*3 .