||» Whereas, the term of forty days session has proved to be entirely too short for its accomplishment; and, Whereas, a session of fourteen days has been held according to the call of the Governor, creating an expense onerous to an infant Territory; and, Whereas the service of an Adjutant General has also been indispensably necessary, during frequent Indian hostilities, which have occurred, with short intervals, from the earliest settlement of this Territory, augmenting the expense of our citizens: Therefore .your memorialists do most respectfully pray your honorable body to appropriate the sum of live thousand dollars, to defray the foregoing elp^nse, and your memorialists, as in duty bound, will ever pray. Approved "March 6, 1852. MEMORIAL TO*CONGRESS FOR AN ACT AUTHORIZING TREATIES WITH INDIANS. 7b the Honorable, the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Slates in Congress Assembled: ^ Your memorialists, the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah, respectfully pray your honorable body for the passage of an act to authorize the superintendent of Indian affairs of this Territory, to make treaties with, and purchase the lands of the Shoshone or Snake, Utah, Parvante, San Pitch,-Piedes, Cumem-bahs or Snake Diggers, Uinta and Yampah Utes, and such other In. dian tribe or tribes or. bands, or any portion thereof, that may be necessary for the advancement of the settlements of this Territory; and that a sufficient sum be appropriated to defray the expenses of all treaties so held., and to' make the first payment on the purchases "so made, and for the establishing of schools, the erection of mills, furnishing implements of husbandry, and suitable instructors for the Indians. The favorable attention of your honorable body to this highly important subject, at as early a period as practicable, is respectfully solicited; and your memorialists^ as in duty, bound, will ever pray. Approved March 6, .1862.