Thursday, January 11, 1827.

The House met pursuant to adjournment at 9 o'clock.

Mr. Lawler, from the select committee to whom was referred the petition of sundry inhabitants of Shelby county, praying the General Assembly to provide, by act or otherwise, for the surveying of the reservation of two miles square on the Coosa river, including Fort Williams, reported, that it was in their opinion inexpedient to legislate on the subject.  Ordered, that said report be concurred in.

Mr. Fluker, a member of this House from the county of Marengo, obtained leave to absence after to-day for the remainder of this session.

Mr. Raney offered the following resolution: Resolved, that this house, with the concurrence of the Senate, will on Saturday next, at the hour of twelve o'clock adjourn sine die; which was adopted.  Ordered, that the clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.


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The engrossed bill from the Senate, to be entitled an act to incorporate the muscle shoals canal company, was read a third time as amended, and passed.  Ordered, that the clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

The engrossed resolutions from the Senate, protesting against the exercise of implied, constructive and unconstitutional powers on the part of the federal government, and asserting the rights secured to the states respectively by the constitution of the United States, being under consideration- Mr. Terry offered the following amendment, to commence and be inserted after the word 'measure,' in the second line of the 4th resolution: 'without the consent of the state in which such internal improvement shall be made.'  The resolutions and amendment were then laid on the table for the present, at the instance of Mr. Acklen.

A message from the Senate by Mr. Lyon their secretary.

Mr. Speaker- The Senate have passed a bill which originated in their House; entitled an act to improve the navigation of Fling river in Madison county: in which they desire your concurrence.  They have passed a bill which originated in the House of Representatives, entitled an act supplementary to the several acts now in force, first passed 31st Dec. 1822, and the second the 24th Dec. 1824; memorial to the Congress of the United States, asking permission for the trustees of the university of Alabama to select other lands in lieu of those herein desired, and have amended the caption of the same in the manner herewith shown.  And then he withdrew.

Ordered, that this House concur in the amendment made to the engrossed memorial to the Congress of the United States, asking permission for the trustees of the university of the state of Alabama to select other lands in lieu of those herein described, by striking out of the caption thereof the words 'the state of.'

Mr. Pickens moved that the House reconsider a voted given on yesterday on the third reading of the engrossed joint resolution from the Senate, requiring the Banks of Mobile and Tombeckbe to report their situation to the General Assembly, he having voted in the majority in the rejection of said resolution; which was lost- Yeas 23, nays 31.

The yeas and nays being desired those who voted in the affirmative are

Mr. Acklen

Coopwood

Duke

McVay of Laud

Smith of Lau.

Benson

Davis of Fr.

Exum

McVay of Law.

Smith of Mad.

Brown

Davis of Jack.

Greening

Massey

Weissinger- 23

Bradford

Dennis

Johnson

Pickens

 

Brasher

Dupuy

Moore of Jack.

Powell

 

Those who voted in the negative are

Mr. Speaker

Crenshaw

Fluker

Mead

Sims

Ambrister

Craig Coe

Harris Jones

Perkins

Terry

Bridges

Dale

Lawler

Parham

Williams

Broadnax

Edmondson

Lewis

Raney

Walthall

Bell

Ellis

McClung

Roberts

Whitfield- 31

Barclay

Edwards

Moore of Mad.

Smith of Hen.

 

Mr. Bridges, from the committee on enrolled bills, reported, that said committee have examined and found correctly enrolled, bills of the following titles, which originated in this House, to wit: an act to make compensation to the commissioners to close the unsettled accounts between this state and Mississippi, and for other purposes; an act to alter the times of holding the county courts of the counties of Tuscaloosa, Lawrence of Limestone; an act to define the boundary line between


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Shelby and Autauga counties.  Also, bills which originated in the Senate of the following titles, to wit: an at to prevent the Clerk Indians from hunting and trapping within the settled limits of this state: and, joint resolutions appointing commissioners to report on the claims of the first purchasers of lots in Cahawba in 1819, to the next General Assembly, and for other purposes.

Mr. Greening obtained leave to introduce a bill to be entitled an act to amend an act, entitled an cat for the more effectual preservation of personal liberty; which was read a first time, and the rule requesting bills to be read on three several days being dispensed with, from fifths of the members present voting in the affirmative, the bill was read a second time forthwith; and the rule being dispensed with, the bill was read a third time forthwith and passed.  Ordered, that the title thereof be as aforesaid.  Ordered, that the same be sent to the Senate for their concurrence.

Mr. Moore of Jack. obtained leave to introduce a joint resolution entitled resolution for the preservation of the public arms of this state; which was read a first time; and the rule requiring bills and joint resolutions to be read on the several days being suspended, four fifths of the members present voting in the affirmative, the same was read a second time forthwith; and the rule being further dispensed with as aforesaid, it was read a third time forthwith and passed.  Ordered, that the title thereof be as aforesaid.  Ordered, that the same be sent to the Senate for their concurrence.

The engrossed bill from the Senate, entitled an act to improve the navigation of Flint river in Madison county, was read a first time; and the rule requiring bills to be read on three several days being suspended, four-fifths of the members present voting in the affirmative, the same was read a second time forthwith, and referred to a select committee, consisting of Messrs. Moore of mad. McClung, Acklen, Smith of Mad. And Bradford, to consider and report thereon.

Mr. Greening, offered the following resolution: Resolved, That this House duly appreciate the able manner in which the affairs of the Bank of the State of Alabama have been conducted, and as an act of justice to the late President of said Bank, that a committee be appointed to convey to him our sentiments of approbation of his retiring from the responsible station that he has occupied with so much credit to himself, and service to his country.  Whereupon Messrs. Greening, McClung and Crenshaw were appointed said committee.

Mr. Perkins moved that those who had deposited title appears with the clerk of the House of Representatives, whose lots were not selected, be permitted to withdraw them; which was carried.

Mr. Raney offered the following resolution: Resolved, That this House, with the concurrence of the Senate, will at the hour of six o'clock this evening go into the election of twelve Directors of the Bank of the State of Alabama.  Mr. Mead moved to amend the same by striking out 'six,' and inserting 'three,' which was carried.  The resolution as amended was then adopted.  Ordered,  that the clerk acquaint the senate therewith.

The engrossed bill from the Senate, entitled an act to provide for the support and better regulation of common schools, was read a second.

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time.  Mr. Lewis moved that the further consideration of the same be indefinitely postponed: which was carried- Yeas 30, nays 20.

The yeas and nays being desired, those who voted in the affirmative are

Mr. Speaker

Bradford

Dennis

Lawler

Neill

Acklen

Barclay

Dupuy

Lewis

Pickens

Benson

Crenshaw

Duke

McClung

Smith of Hen.

Bridges

Davis of Fr.

Exum

Moore of Mad.

Terry

Brown

Davis of Ja.

Heard

Moore of Jack.

Walthall-30

Broadnax

Dale

Jones

Massey

 

Those who voted in the negative are

Mr. Bell

Edmondson

Harris

Mead

Williams

Brasher

Ellis

Johnson

Powell

Weissinger

Craig

Fluker

McVay of Laud.

Smith of Lau.

Whitfield- 20

Coopwood

Greening

McVay of Law

Smith of Mad.

 

The engrossed bills from the Senate, entitled an act to establish a road from Elyton to Montevallo; and, an act to emancipate certain slaves therein named, were severally read a third time and passed- Ordered, that the clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

The engrossed bill entitled an act making appropriations for certain claims against the state, was read a third time.  Mr. Ross offered two additional sections, numbers 14 and 15, to be added as amendments to the bill by way of engrossed riders; which was adopted.  Mr. Bridges offered an additional section, numbered 16, to be added as an amendment to the bill by way of engrossed rider; which was adopted.  Mr. Greening offered an additional section numbered seventeen, to be added as an amendment to the bill by way of engrossed rider.  Mr. Ross moved to amend said amendment by a proviso at the end thereof; which was carried.  The amendment of Mr. Greening, with the proviso, was then adopted.  Mr. Coopwood moved further to amend the bill by adding thereto an additional section, to be numbered eighteen, which was lost.  Mr. Ross moved further to amend the bill by adding thereto an additional section which was lost.  The bill as amended was then passed.  Ordered, that the title thereof be as aforesaid.  Ordered, that the same be sent to the Senate for their concurrence.

Mr. Harris, the member from Washington county, obtained leave to absence from this House after to day for the remainder of this session.

A bill to be entitled an act to aid in the improvement of the port and harbor of Mobile, was taken up from the table.  Mr. Smith of La. moved that the further consideration thereof be postponed till the first day of July next; which was lost- Yeas 24, nays 30.

the yeas and nays being desired- those who voted in the affirmative are

Mr. Acklen

Brasher

Davis of Jack.

McVay of Laud.

Smith of Laud.

Ambrister

Crenshaw

Dupuy

McVay of Law.

Smith of Mad.

Brown

Craig

Duke

Pickens

Weissinger

Bell

Coopwood

McClung

Parham

Walthall- 24

Bradford

Davis of Fr.

Moore of Mad

Powell

 

Those who voted in the negative are

Mr. Speaker

Dale

Fluker

Lawler

Raney

Benson

Dennis

Greening

Lewis

Smith of Hen.

Bridges

Edmondson

Heard

Moore of Ja.

Sims

Broadnax

Ellis

Harris

Mead

Terry

Barclay

Edwards

Johnson

Perkins

Williams

Coe

Exum

Jones

Ross

Whitfield-30

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tional section, which was lost.  Mr. Ross then moved to amend the bill by inserting after the word 'fund,' in the bill, the words 'for two years and no longer.'  Mr. Crenshaw moved to amend the amendment by striking out 'two,' and inserting 'one,' which was carried.  The amendment of Mr. Ross was then adopted as amended.  Mr. smith of Laud. moved to amend the bill by inserting after the word 'city,' the following: 'after the payment of the charges of the county of Mobile upon the state treasury, and the payment of losses sustained by the state by defalcations of the collectors of the said county of Mobile; which was rejected- Yeas 5, nays 26.

The yeas and nays being desired, those who voted in the affirmative are Mr. McVay of Laud. Powell     Smith of Laud. Smith of Mad.     Walthall- 5

Those who voted in the negative are

Mr. Speaker

Crenshaw

Edmondson

Jones

Pickens

Acklen

Craig

Ellis

Lawler

Parham

Ambrister

Coe

Edwards

Lewis

Ross

Benson

Coopwood

Exum

McClung

Raney

Brown

Davis of Fr.

Fluker

Moore of Mad.

Smith of Hen.

Broadnax

Davis of Ja.

Greening

McVay of Law.

Sims Terry

Bradford

Dale Dennis

Heard

Mead

Williams

Brasher

Dupuy

Harris

Massey

Weissinger

Barclay

Duke

Johnson

Perkins

Whitfield- 46

The question was then put, shall this bill be engrossed for a third reading? and it was determined in the negative- Yeas 21, nays 32.

The yeas and nays being desired, those who voted in the affirmative are,

Mr. Speaker

Ellis

Harris

Mead

Smith of Hen.

Benson

Edwards

Johnson

Perkins

Terry

Broadnax

Greening

Jones

Ross

Williams

Dale Dennis

Heard

Lewis

Raney

Whitfield- 21

Those who voted in the negative are

Mr. Acklen

Barclay

Dupuy

Moore of Mad.

Powell

Ambrister

Crenshaw

Duke

Moore of Jack.

Smith of Laud.

Brown

Craig Coe

Edmondson

McVay of Laud.

Smith of Mad.

Bell

Coopwood

Exum

McVay of Law.

Sims

Bradford

Davis of Fr.

Fluker

Massey Pickens

Weissinger

Brasher

Davis of Jack.

McClung

Parham

Walthall- 32

A message from the Senate by Mr. Crabb their assistant secretary.

Mr. Speaker- The Senate concur in the resolution of your honorable body, proposing to adjourn sine die on Saturday next at 12 o'clock.-  They also concur in the resolution proposing to go into the election of twelve Directors of the Bank of the State of Alabama, and have amend-d the same by striking out '3 o'clock,' and inserting 'half past six o'clock this evening:' in which amendments they desire your concurrence.  And then the withdrew.

In which said amendments the House concurred.

The engrossed bill to be entitled an act to increase the capital stock of the Bank of the State of Alabama, was read a third time and passed. Ordered, that the title thereof be as aforesaid.  Ordered, that the same be sent to the Senate for their concurrence.

Mr. Perkins obtained leave to introduce a bill to be entitled an act to secure additional lots for the erection of the state capitol, and provide compensation for the site thereof; which was read a first time, and ordered to be read a second time.

The engrossed resolutions from the Senate relative to the militia laws of this state, was laid on the table.


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The engrossed joint resolutions approving the amendment proposed by the state of Tennessee to the constitution of the united State, were read a third time and passed- Yeas 41, nays 11.

The yeas and nays being desired, who voted in the affirmative are

Mr. Acklen

Davis of Jack.

Dupuy

McClung

Parham

Ambrister

Barclay

Edmondson

Moore of Mad.

Powell

Benson

Craig Coe

Exum

Moore of Jack.

Raney

Brown

Coopwood

Fluker

McVay of Lau.

Smith of Hen.

Broadnax

Davis of Fr.

Greening

McVay of Law.

Smith of Mad.

Bell

Dale

Heard

Mead

Terry

Bradford

Dennis

Jones

Massey

Williams

Brasher

Duke

Lawler

Pickens

Weissinger- 41.

Those who voted in the negative are

Mr. Speaker

Ellis

Lewis

Ross

Sims Walthall

Crenshaw

Harris

Perkins

Smith of Lau.

Whitfield- 11.

Ordered, that the title thereof be as aforesaid.  Ordered, that the same be sent to the Senate for their concurrence.

The engrossed resolution from the Senate, instructing our Senators and Representatives in Congress on the subject of authorizing the sale of the sections No. 16, reserved for the use of schools in this state, was read a third time, and the question being put, shall this resolution pass? it was determined in the negative- Yeas 27, nays 27.

the yeas and nays being desired, those who voted in the affirmative are

Mr. Speaker

Davis of Fr.

Greening

Massey

Terry

Benson

Dale Dennis

Harris

Perkins

Williams

Broadnax

Duke

Jones

Pickens

Weissinger

Brasher

Edwards

Lawler

Ross Raney

Walthall

Crenshaw

Fluker

Moore of Jac.

Smith of Hen

Whitfield- 27

Those who voted in the negative are

Mr. Acklen

Craig Coe

Ellis

McClung

Parham

Ambrister

Coopwood

Exum

Moore of Mad.

Powell

Brown Bell

Davis of Jack.

Heard

McVay of Laud.

Smith of Laud.

Bradford

Dupuy

Johnson

McVay of Law.

Smith of Mad.

Barclay

Edmondson

Lewis

Mead

Sims-27.

And then the House adjourned till 3 o'clock.

Evening Session.  The House met pursuant to adjournment.

Mr. Greening, form the select committee appointed to convey to Andrew Pickens, late President of the Bank of the State of Alabama, a resolution of this House expressive of their approbation of his conduct as President of said Bank, reported, that they have addressed him the following letter:                      

"Tuscaloosa, Jan. 11th, 1827.

“SIR- We have the honor to enclose to you a resolution of the House of Representatives, expressive of their approbation of your conduct as President of the Bank of the State of Alabama.  In the discharge of this duty, we may be permitted to avail ourselves of the opportunity, to assure you of the pleasure we feel in being made the organ of the House on this occasion.

with great respect, we are your ob't serv'ts.

ELDREDGE S. GREENING,

J.W. MCCLUNG,

“COL. ANDREW PICKENS”           W. CRENSHAW.

The departure of Col. Pickens from town previously to the adoption of the resolution, has deprived him of the opportunity of replying at this time to the letter addressed to him by the committee.  Which report was laid on the table.


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The engrossed resolution from the Senate, protesting against the exercise of implied, constructive and unconstitutional powers on the part of the federal government, and asserting the rights secured to the states respectively by the constitution of U. States, were taken up and read. Mr. Crenshaw moved to strike out the fourth resolution, which was lost - Yeas 10, nays 44.

The yeas and nays being desired, those who voted in the affirmative are

Mr. Crenshaw

Dennis

Jones

Perkins

Sims

Davis of Jack

Edwards

Moore of Mad.

Pickens

Williams-10

Those who voted in the negative are,

Mr. Speaker

Barclay

Ellis

McClung

Roberts

Acklen

Craig

Exum

Moore of Jack.

Smith of Hen.

Ambrister

Coe

Fluker

McVay of Laud.

Smith of Laud

Benson

Coopwood

Greening

McVay of Law.

Smith of Mad.

Brown

Davis of Fr.

Heard

Mead

Terry

Broadnax

Dale

Harris

Massey

Weissinger

Bell

Dupuy

Johnson

Powell

Walthall

Bradford

Duke

Lawler

Ross

Whitfield- 14

Brasher

Edmondson

Lewis

Raney

 

Mr. Coopwood then offered the following amendment to the 4th resolution, to insert after the word 'measure' the words 'without the consent of the state in which said improvement is intended to be made;' which was rejected.  Mr. Crenshaw then moved to amend the third resolution by striking out in the second line the words 'is unconstitutional,' which was lost.  The question was then put, shall this resolution pass?  and it was determined in the affirmative- Yeas 43, Nays 12.

The yeas and nays being desired,- those who voted in the affirmative are

Mr. Speaker

Barclay

Exum

Moore of Mad.

Ross

Acklen

Coe

Fluker

Moore of Jack.

Raney

Ambrister

Davis of Fr.

Greening

McVay of Laud

Roberts

Benson

Davis of Ja

Heard

McVay of Law.

Smith of Hen.

Brown

Dale  Dennis

Harris

Mead

Smith of Mad.

Broadnax

Dupuy

Lawler

Massey

Terry

Bell Bradford

Duke

Lewis

Neill

Weissinger

Brasher

Edmondson

McClung

Powell

Whitfield- 43

Those who voted in the negative are

Mr. Crenshaw

Coopwood

Johnson

Perkins

Williams

Craig

Ellis Edwards

Jones

Pickens Sims

Walthall- 12

A message from the Senate by Mr. Lyon their secretary.

Mr. Speaker- The Senate have passed a bill which originated in their House entitled an act for the relief of Daniel Ayers; also, a resolution authorizing the money of the university now in the treasury, to be vested in state stock, in which they desire your concurrence.  They have passed bills which originated in your House, entitled an act to authorize a levy of a county tax for the county of Covington; an act to authorize Edward Calvert to sell and convey a certain land certificate; an at amendatory to an act to class and fix the price of the university lands, passed January 13th, 1826; an act organizing the 12th regiment of militia in St. Clair county; an act for the relief of Grantland and Robinson; an act to pay officers for taking prisoners from one county to another in this state; an act to rive a certain act herein named; an act to amend an act entitled an act for the more effectual preservation of personal liberty; an act further to relieve insolvent debtors and the better to secure the rights of creditors; an act more effectually to protect sheriffs, coroners and constables, in the discharge of their duties; an act to authorize the administrator and administratrix of George Hardwick deceased, to sell a certificate for one quarter section of land; an act concerning the sixteenth section herein mentioned, and have amended the same


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in the manner herewith shown; an act to vest in the county court of Covington county the powers heretofore exercised by the commissioners of said county, and have amended the same by striking out the second section thereof; an act to amend an act concerning the town of Tuscumbia, and have amended the same to the manner herewith shown: in which several amendments they desire your concurrence.  And then he withdrew.

A message from the Governor by J. I. Thornton Secretary of state.

Mr. Speaker- I am instructed by the Governor to inform your honorable body, that he did this day approve and sign, the following bills; an act to incorporate the Pikeville library company; an act to extend the civil and criminal jurisdiction of this state, over so much of the Creek nation as was ceded under the treaty of the Indian Springs of 1825, within the chartered limits of the state of Alabama; an act to amend in part an act entitled an act for the relief of William McDaniel passed 3d day of January 1825; an act to incorporate the Alabama and Tennessee canal company; an act to compensate Reuben Chapman for certain services therein mentioned; an act to divorce Coleman Allen from his wife Rebecca Allen; an act to authorize Edward Sims and his associates to open a turnpike road therein named; an act to divorce Mary Ducksworth from her husband George Ducksworth; an act for the relief of the securities of John Archer deceased; an act for the relief of Charles A. Henry; and, an act to establish a ferry and appoint commissioners to lay out a certain road therein named; all of which originated in this House.  And then he withdrew.

Mr. Moore of Jackson the offered the following preamble and resolution: whereas, the General Assembly did before they made a selection of a site for a state capitol, pass an act saying that no site should be nominated or voted for, to which evidences of satisfactory titles should not be deposited with the clerk of the House of Representatives, and read aloud to the assembly Houses before they proceeded to select a site: and whereas the committee appointed for that purpose did nominate site No. 4, consisting of lots numbered 143, 144, 145, and 146, to two of which Nos. 144, and 145, there were satisfactory titles, and to Nos. 143, and 146, there were no titles, or evidences thereof, deposited with the clerk or read aloud to the Assembly Houses: And whereas, on examination it is ascertained that lot No. 143 has been conveyed in trust for the use of the infant daughter of Samuel Maverick; and whereas, site No. 4, consisting of the aforesaid lots, was nominated, voted for, and selected, as a site for the state capital, contrary to the provisions of the aforesaid act, and it is the opinion of this House that such selection is unlawful, ad therefore no selection-be it therefore resolved, that with the concurrence of the Senate, the General Assembly will proceed on tomorrow at - o'clock to select a site for the state capitol pursuant to he provisions of said act.  Mr. Davis of Frank. moved that the further consideration of said resolution be indefinitely postponed, which was carried- Yeas 30, Nays 23.

The yeas and nays being desired, those who voted in the affirmative are

Mr. Speaker

Davis of Fr.

Johnson

Neill

Smith of Mad.

Benson

Dale Dennis

Jones

Perkins

Sims

Broadnax

Edwards

Lawler

Pickens

Terry

Bell

Exum

Lewis

Powell

Weissinger

Crenshaw

Greening

Mead

Smith of Hen.

Walthall- 30

Craig

Heard

Massey

Smith of Laud.

 

Those who voted in the negative are

Mr. Acklen

Barclay

Edmondson

Moore of Mad.

 Raney

Ambrister

Coe

Ellis

Moore of Jack.

Williams

Brown

Davis of Jack.

Fluker

McVay of Laud.

Whitfield- 23.

Bradford

Dupuy

Harris

McVay of law.

 

Brasher

Duke

McClung

Ross

 

And then the House adjourned till half past six o'clock to night.

NIGHT SESSION.

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Mr. Acklen offered the following resolution: Resolved that the Senate be informed that this house is now ready to go into the election of Directors for the Bank of the state of Alabama, for the ensuing year, and that the east end of the Representatives all be assigned for their reception: which was adopted.  Ordered, that the clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

The Senate having appeared and taken the seats assigned them, the two Houses then proceeded to the election of twelve Directors of the Bank of the State of Alabama for the ensuing year; whereupon Messrs. William G. Parish, Hiram Shortridge, John L. Tindal, James H. Dearing, Henry A. Snow, James Hogan, William R. Colgin, Archer P. Baldwin, Thomas Owen, Sion L. Perry, Willis Banks, John H. Sommerville, Henry Minor, George Starr, John B. Hogan, William P. Gould, Audley H. Gazzam, Nathan Bolles, Constantine Perkins, John Jones, Henry W. Collier and Edward Sims being in nomination; The two houses proceeded to vote; and, upon counting the votes, it appeared there were for Mr. James Hogan 68 votes, Mr. Tindal 67, Mr. Owen 59, Mr. Snow 57, Mr. Dearing 52, Mr. Gazzam 51, Mr. Sommerville 49, Mr. Perry 48, Mr. Perkins 46, Mr. J. B. Hogan 43, Mr. Colgin 42, Mr. Parish 39, Mr. Banks 37, Mr. Collier 34, Mr. Minor 3, Mr. Shortridge 30, Mr. Star 28, Mr. Baldwin 25, Mr. Gould 20, Mr. Bolles 5, Mr. Jones 4, Mr. Sims 3.

Those who voted for Mr. James Hogan are- Mr. President, Abercrombie, Ashe, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Gaines, Jackson, Irwin, Jones, McCamy, Miller, Merriwether, Shackleford, Skinner, Sullivan of the se. Acklen, Ambrister, Benson, Brown, Broadnax, Bell, Bradford, Brasher, Barclay, Crenshaw, Craig, Coe, Coopwood, Davis of Frank. Davis of Jack. Dale, Dennis, Dupuy, Duke, Edmondson, Ellis, Edwards, Exum, Fluker, Greening, Heard, Harris, Johnson, Jones, Lawler, Lewis, McClung, Moore of Mad. Moore of Jack. McVay of Law. Mead, Massey, Perkins, Pickens, Parham, Powell, Ross, Raney, Roberts, Smith of Laud. Smith of mad. Sims, Terry, Williams, Weissinger, Walthall, Whitfield- 68.

Those who voted for Mr. Tindal are- Mr. President, Abercrombie, Ashe, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Gaines, Jackson, Irwin, Jones, McCamy, Merriwether, Miller, Shackleford, Skinner, Sullivan of the Senate, Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Ambrister, Benson, Brown, Broadnax, Bell, Bradford, Brasher, Barclay, Crenshaw, Craig, Coe, Coopwood, Davis of Fran. Davis of Jack. Dennis, Dupuy, Duke, Edmondson, Ellis, Exum, Fluker, Greening, Heard, Harris, Johnson, Jones, Lawler, Lewis, McClung, Moore of Mad. Moore of Ja. McVay of Laud. McVay of Law. Mead, Massey, Perkins, Pickens, Parham, Powell, Raney, Roberts, Smith of laud. Smith of Mad. Sims, Terry, Williams, Weissinger- 67.

Those who voted for Mr. Owen are- Mr. President, Ashe, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Gaines, Jackson, Irwin, Jones, McCamy, Merriwether, Miller, Shackleford, Skinner, Sullivan of the Senate, Mr. speaker, Acklen, Ambrister, Benson, Brown, Bradford, Brasher, Barclay, Crenshaw, Craig, Coe, Coopwood, Davis of Fr. Davis of Jack. Dale, Dennis, Dupuy, Duke, Edmondson, Ellis, Edwards, Fluker, Greening, Harris, Johnson, Jones, Lawler, McClung, Moore of mad. Moore of Jack. McVay of Laud. McVay of law. Massey, Pickens, Parham, Raney, Smith of La. Smith of mad. Sims, Terry, Williams, Weissinger, Walthall Whitfield- 59.

Those who voted for Mr. Snow are- Mr. President, Abercrombie, Ashe, Brown, Crabb, Gaines, Jackson, Jones, McCamy, Meriwether, Miller, Skinner, Sullivan of the Senate, Ambrister, Benson, Brown, Broadnax, Bell, Brasher, Barclay, Crenshaw, Craig, Coe, Coopwood, Davis of Frank. Davis of Jack. Dennis, Dupuy, Duke, Edmondson, Ellis, Edwards, Fluker, Greening, Heard, Harris, Johnson, Jones, Lawler, Lewis, Moore of Mad. McVay of Laud. McVay of Law. Perkins, Pickens, Powell, Ross, Raney, Roberts, Smith of Laud. Smith of mad. Sims, Terry, Williams, Weissinger, Walthall, Whitfield- 57.

Those who voted for Mr. Dearing are- Mr. President, Ashe, Casey, Crabb, Irwin, Gaines, Jackson, Jones, McCamy, Merriwether, Miller, Shackleford, Skinner, Sullivan of the Senate.  Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Ambrister, Brown, Bradford, Barclay, Crenshaw, Craig, Coe, Coopwood, Davis of Frank. Davis of Jack, Dupuy, Duke, Edmondson, Ellis, Edwards, Exum, Fluker, Heard, Harris, Johnson, Jones, Lawler, McClung, Moore of mad. Moore of Jack. McVay of Law. Massey, Pickens, Ross, Raney, Roberts, Smith of mad. Williams, Weissinger, Walthall, Whitfield- 52.

Those who voted for Mr. Gazzam are- Mr. President, Abercrombie, Ashe, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Jackson, Irwin, McCamy, Merriwether, Miller, Skinner, Sullivan of the Senate, Acklen, Benson, Brown, Broadnax, Bell, Bradford, Brasher, Barclay, Crenshaw, Craig, Coe, Coopwood, Davis of Jack. Dale, Dennis, Dupuy, Duke, Edmondson, Exum, Heard, Harris, Johnson, Lawler, Moore of Jack. McVay of Laud. McVay of Law. Mead, Massey, Perkins, Pickens, Parham, Powell, Ross, Roberts, Smith of Lau. Smith of mad. Terry Weissinger- 51.

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Casey, Crabb, Gaines, Jackson, Irwin, Jones, McCamy, Merriwether, Miller, Shackleford, Skinner, Sullivan of the Senate, Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Bell, Bradford, Craig, Coe, Davis of Fra. Dale, Dennis, Dupuy, Edmondson, Exum, Fluker, Heard, Harris, Lawler, Lewis, McClung, Moore of Mad. Moore of Jack. McVay of Laud. McVay of Law. Mead, Massey, Perkins, Parham, Powell, Ross, Raney, Roberts, Smith of laud. Walthall, Whitfield- 49.

Those who voted for Mr. Perry are- Mr. Abercrombie, Ashe, Brown, Casey, Irwin, McCamy, Merriwether, Miller, Shackleford, Skinner, Sullivan of the Senate, Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Ambrister, Benson, Broadnax, Bell, Brasher, Bradford, Barclay, Crenshaw, Davis of Jack. Dale, Dennis, Duke, Ellis, Greening, Heard, Harris, Johnson, Jones, Lawler, Lewis, McClung, Moore of Jack. Mead, Massey, Perkins, Powell, Ross, Roberts, Smith of mad. Sims, Terry, Williams, Weissinger, Walthall, Whitfield- 48.

Those who voted for Mr. Perkins are- Mr. President, Ashe, Casey, Gaines, Jackson, Jones, McCamy, Merriwether, Shackleford, Skinner, Sullivan of the Senate, Mr. Speaker Benson, Brown, Broadnax, Crasher, Crenshaw, Craig, Coe, Davis of Fr. Davis of Jack. Dale, Dennis, Ellis, Exum, Fluker, Greening, Johnson, Jones, Lawler, Lewis, McClung, Moore of Jack. McVay of Laud. McVay of Law. Mead, Massey, Pickens, Parham, Raney, Smith of Lau. Sims, Terry, Williams, Weissinger, Walthall- 46

Those who voted for Mr. John B. Hogan are- Mr. President, Abercrombie, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Gaines, Jackson, Irwin, Shackleford of the Senate.  Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Benson, Broadnax, Bell, Bradford, Crag, Coe, Coopwood, Davis of Fr. Dale, Dennis, Edmondson, Edwards, Exum, Greening, Heard, Harris, Johnson, Jones, Lewis, McClung, Moore of mad. Mead, Massey, Perkins, Pickens, Parham, Powell, Ross, Roberts, Smith of Lau. Terry, Whitfield- 43.

Those who voted for Mr. Colgin are- Mr. President, Abercrombie, Casey, Gaines, Jackson, Irwin, McCamy, Merriwether, Miller, Shackleford, Skinner, Sullivan of the Senate, Mr. Acklen, Ambrister, Brown, Broadnax, Bell, Brasher, Barclay, Coe, Coopwood, Davis of Fr. Davis of Jack. Dale, Edmondson, Exum, Fluker, Harris, Lewis, McClung, Moore of Mad. Moore of Jack. McVay of Laud. Powell, Ross, Raney, Roberts, Sims. Terry, Williams, Walthall, Whitfield- 42

Those who voted for Mr. Parrish are- Mr. Ashe, Casey, Crabb, Jones, McCamy, Merriwether, Miller, Sullivan of the Senate.  Mr. Ambrister, Benson, Brown, Broadnax, Bell, Bradford, Brasher, Barclay, Crenshaw, Coopwood, Davis of Fr. Davis of Jack. Dale, Duke, Ellis, Exum, Fluker, Greening, Johnson, Jones, Moore of Mad. Moore of Jack. McVay of Law. Pickens, Smith of La. Smith of Mad. Terry, Williams, Weissinger, Walthall, Whitfield- 39.

Those who voted in the Mr. Banks are- Mr. President, Ashe, Gaines, Jackson, Jones, McCamy, Merriwether, Miller, Skinner, Sullivan of the Senate.  Mr. Speaker, Ambrister, Broadnax, Bradford, Crenshaw, Coopwood, Davis of Frank. Davis of Jack. Dupuy, Duke, Ellis, Fluker, Greening, Harris, Lawler, Lewis, McVay of Law. Pickens, Parham, Powell, Raney, Smith of Mad. Sims, Terry, Williams, Weissinger, Whitfield- 37.

Those who voted for Mr. Collier are- Mr. Crabb, Jones, Miller, Shackleford, Skinner of the Senate, Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Ambrister, Benson, Brown, Bradford, Brasher, Coopwood, Davis of Jack. Dennis, Duke, Ellis, Edwards, Fluker, Greening, Heard, Lewis, Moore of Mad. McVay of Laud. McVay of Law. Mead, Pickens, Parham, Powell, Raney, Smith of mad. Williams, Weissinger, Whitfield- 34.

Those who voted for Mr. Minor are- Mr. President, Abercrombie, Gaines, Jackson, Irwin, of the Senate.  Mr. Speaker, Broadnax, Barclay, Crenshaw, Coe, Dale, Edmondson, Edwards, Exum, Fluker, Harris, Lawler, Lewis, McClung, Moore of Mad. McVay of Laud. Mead, Massey, Perkins, Pickens, Parham, Powell, Ross, Raney, Roberts, Smith of Laud. Sims, Walthall- 33.

Those who voted for Mr. Shortridge are- Mr. Jones of the Senate.  Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Ambrister, Benson, Bradford, Brasher, Barclay, Crenshaw, Craig, Coopwood, Davis of Frank. Dennis, Dupuy, Duke, Ellis, Edwards, Greening, Jones, Moore of Jack. McVay of Laud. McVay of Law. Mead, Parham, Raney, Smith of Mad. Sims, Terry, Williams, Weissinger- 30.

Those who voted for Mr. Starr are- Mr. Abercrombie, Brown, Crabb, Irwin, Shackleford of the Sen. Mr. Brown, Broadnax, Bell, Craig, Coe, Dale, Dennis, Dupuy, Edmondson, Edwards, Exum, Greening, Heard, Johnson, Jones, Lawler, McVay of Laud. Mead, Perkins, Roberts, Smith of Laud. Sims, Walthall- 28

Those who voted for Mr. Baldwin are- Mr. Ashe, Brown, Crabb, of the Senate, Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Ambrister, Benson, Brown, Bell, Barclay, Dupuy, Duke, Ellis, Edwards, Heard, McClung, Moore of Jack. Massey, Perkins, Parham, Powell, Ross, Roberts, Smith of Mad. Sims- 25


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Those who voted for Mr. Gould are- Mr. Abercrombie, Brown, Casey, Irwin, Shackleford of the Senate. Mr. Bell, Craig, Dale, Edmondson, Edwards, Exum, Heard, Johnson, Jones, Lawler, Moore of M. Mead, Perkins, Ross, Smith of L.- 20

Those who voted for Mr. Bolles are- Mr. Gaines of the Senate, Mr. Brasher, Edwards, Perkins, Ross- 5.

Those who voted for Mr. Jones are- Mr. Abercrombie, Brown, of the Senate, Mr. Dupuy, McVay of Laud.- 4.

Those who voted for Mr. Sims are- Mr. Jones, of the Senate, Mr. McClung, Massey- 3.

Messrs. James Hogan, John L. Tindal, Thomas Owen, Henry A. Snow, James. H. Dearing, Audley H. Gazzam, John H. Sommerville, Sion L. Perry, Constantine Perkins, John B. Hogan, William R. Colgin and William G. Parrish, having received the greatest number votes, and each of then having received a majority of the whole number of votes given, were declared by Mr. Speaker to be duly elected Directors of the Bank of the State of Alabama for the ensuing year, to hold said office for the time and according to the laws of this state.  And then the Senate withdrew.

And then the House adjourned till tomorrow morning at nine o'clock.