JOURNAL OF THE SENATE.

On the fifth day of November, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and twenty one, being in the day fixed by law for the meeting of the legislature; the following members of the Senate appeared and took their seats, to wit: From the

County of Dallas,     Thomas Casey,             Tuskaloosa,   Thomas Hogg,

              St. Clair,       David Conner,                Franklin,    William Lucas,

                 Clarke, Jos. B. Chambers,                Autauga,      Howell Rose,

            Limestone,     Nicholas Davis,                 Marion,    John D. Terrell,

              Conecuh,      John Deveraux,         Washington,     William Trotter,

               Morgan,           J. W. Garth,                  Shelby,       Bennett Ware,

                     Bibb, Charles A. Dennis,               Madison,         Isaac Lanier,

                 Mobile,            John Elliott,                Monroe,    William Wingate,

               Mont'ry,            John Gause,          Lauderdale,        Hugh McVay.

On motion of Mr. Gause, Mr. Rose was called to the chair.

On motion of Mr. Casey, Mr. Dick was appointed Secretary, pro tem.

On motion of Mr. Gause the Senate receive the certificates of election of Isaac Lanier, from Madison county; Nicholas Davis, from Limestone; William Wingate, from Monroe; and Hugh McVay, from Lauderdale, in the room of Gabriel Moore; Nicholas Davis and John Watkins resigned; and Joseph Farmer, deceased.

On motion of Mr. Chambers, Resolved, That the Senate do now proceed to the election of a President thereof. Whereupon the election being conducted viva voce, it appeared that the honorable John D. Terrell, from Marion, was elected, who being conducted to the chair returned his acknowledgments to the House, and proceeded to the duties thereof.

On motion of Mr. Rose, Resolved, That the Senate do now proceed to the election of a Secretary, and the election having been constitutionally conducted, it appeared that Francis S. Lyon was elected, who was qualified and proceeded to the duties thereof.

On motion of Mr. Casey, Resolved, That the Senate do now proceed to the election of an assistant Clerk, and the election being conducted viva voce it appeared that George V. Dick was unanimously elected.

On motion, Resolved, That the Senate do now proceed to the election of a door keeper thereof, and the election being conducted viva voce, it appeared that M. W. McClellan was duly elected.

On motion, Resolved, That the Senate do now adjourn until to morrow morning 10 o'clock.