||fully solicited; and your memorialists, as in duty bound, will ever pray. Approved Maren 6, 1852. MEMORIAL TO CONGRESS FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A D1S* TRIBUTING POST OFFICE. To the Honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States in Congress assembled: Your memorialists, the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah, beg leave to show unto your honorable body, ihat, /¦'-•¦•¦" Whereas, there are a number of post routes diverging from this city; and. * Whereas, the post master of this city has to perform in reality many of the duties of a distributing post office; and, Whereas, in consequence of the California prices which have, and do prevail here, the post master of this city has been under, the necessity of involving himself under heavy liabilities for rent and clerk hire; and, * Whereas, many of the post offices established in this Territory, are rendered valueless by want of mail routes; and, Whemas, the services of a mail agent, are highly important to this Territtjrv; Therefore your memorialists respectfully pray your honorable body for an appropropriation .of five thousand dollars for the relief of the post master of this city; and that a distributing post office be established by law in this Territory; that suitable appropriations be made to defray the expenses thereof; ^ind that a mail agent be appointed and authorized to let contracts on the several routes in this Territory. Your memorialists feel confident that the above named measures carried out, would greatly tend to facilitate the intercourse among the inhabitants of this Territory. The favorable consideration of your honorable body upon this important subject, is respectfully desired; and yoar memorialists, as in duty bound, will ever pray. ? Approved March 6, 1852.