1873, English, Article
The Ann Eliza Young Casesubtitle: Origin of the Ann Eliza and Brigham Young Divorce Case—The Counsel’s Charges Against the Rev. C. C. Stratton—Matrimonial, Ministerial and Legal Complications
An explanation of why General Maxwell, and not Mr. Stratton, is the “next friend” in Ann Eliza Young’s divorce case against Brigham Young. Influenced by Stratton, Ann Eliza has settled with the defense without her lawyers’ consent; her lawyers and General Maxwell refuse to drop the case.
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