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the admission of California into the Union, as also one to establish territorial governments for Utah and New Mexico, Col. Benton moved
April 5th. that the previous orders be postponed, and the Caubstantially, of his original proposition of compromise, save that he now provided for organizing Utah as a distinct Territory.
His report recommended the following bases of a general Compromise:
3. The establishment of Territorial Governments, without the Wilmot Proviso, for New Mexico and Utah, embracing all the territory recently acquired from Mexico, not contained in the boundaries of Cato be incorporated in the bill admitting California, and establishing Territorial Governments for Utah and New Mexico.
6. More effectual enactments of law to secure the prompt delivery of persons be by 34 Yeas to 18 Nays — all Southern--and the bill organizing the Territories of New Mexico and Utah, as proposed, likewise passed two days thereafter: Yeas 27; Nays 10.
The other measures embraced