THE FRUITS OF MORMONISM. By Franklin Stewart Rarris and Newburn
Isaac Butt. (Macmillan. and Co.)—The authors of this examination into the moral effects of Mor- monism claim complete impartiality. They have, however, in effect written a vindication of Brigham Young's latter-day followers. The Mormons, they say, are as a community exceptionally free from violent crime and exceptionally chaste.