Thursday, January 11, 1827.

The senate met pursuant to adjournment. Mr. Powell, from the joint committee on enrolled bills, reported as correctly enrolled; an act appointing a mode in which the site for the state capitol shall be selected: an act for the relief of the legal representatives of Daniel Duval: an act to amend an act to establish the bank of the state of Alabama, approved, Dec. 20, 1823; an act making appropriations for the year 1827: an act to incorporate the Pikeville library company: an act to establish a ferry and appoint commissioners to lay out a road therein name: an act to divorce Mary Ducksworth from her husband, George Ducksworth: an act for the relief of the securities of John Archer, dec'd: an act for the relief of Charles A. Henry: an act to authorize the raising by lottery a sum of money for purposes therein specified: an act to emancipate certain slaves therein named: an act better to provide for leasing the 16th section therein named: an act for the relief of Theophilus L. Toulmin, tax collector for the county of Mobile, for the year 1822: an act to incorporate the town of Russellville, in the state of Alabama: an act to authorize Edward Sims and his associates to turnpike a road therein named.

Resolution authorizing the governor to offer the university lands in Shelby and Bibb counties for sale, on the third Monday in February next: an act for the relief of John McGrew: an act relative to certain officers in Fayette county.

Report and resolutions in relation to the system for the disposal of the public lands, and to the unsettled land claims in this state; and an act making it the duty of the comptroller of public accounts to lay before the two houses of the general assembly annually, in the first week of its session, a fair expose of the disbursements made from the contingent fund - all of which were accordingly signed by Mr. President.

A bill from the House of Representatives entitled, an act concerning military courts martial, was read the first time, and ordered to lie on the table till the first day of June next: a bill to be entitled, an act to legitimate Thomas Maxwell, jr. was read the first time, and the rule requiring bills to be read on three several days being dispensed with, it was read the second and third time and laid on the table; a bill to be entitled, an act concerning the town of Tuscumbia, was read the second time and amended: and the rule requiring bills to be read on three several days being suspended, the bill was read the third time as amended and passed.

Ordered, That it be returned to the house of Representatives.

Mr. Powell, from the committee on enrolled bills, reported as correctly enrolled, an act for the relief of James W. Armstrong: an act to authorize the Mobile school commissioners to raise a sum of money by lottery: an act to repeal in part an act passed at St. Stephens, Feb 10th, 1818 incorporating the St. Stephens steam boat 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 divorce Coleman Allen from his wife Rebecca Allen: an act to amend in part an act entitled an act for the relief of William McDaniel, passed 3d January, 1825; an act to incorporate the Alabama and Tennessee canal company: an act reducing the price of the Digest of the laws of Alabama: and an act to compensate Reuben Chapman for certain services therein mentioned - all of which were accordingly signed by Mr. President.


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A bill to be entitled, an act to alter the times of holding courts in the 5th judicial circuit, and for other purposes, was referred to a select committee, consisting of messrs. McCamy, Jackson and Crabb, to consider and report thereon.

Mr. Shackleford offered the following resolution: Resolved, by the Senate, that with the concurrence of the House of Representatives, the two houses will be ready to adjourn sine die on Saturday next, the 13th inst.; which was adopted. Ordered, That the secretary acquaint the House of Representatives therewith.

Engrossed resolution, authorizing the money of the university now in the treasury to be vested in state stock, was read the third time, amended and passed. Ordered, that it be reported to the house of representatives for concurrence.

Engrossed bill to be entitled, an act for the relief of Daniel Ayres, was read the third time and passed. Ordered, That the title of the bill be as aforesaid, and that it be reported to the house of representatives for concurrence.

A bill to be entitled, an act to repeal in part and amend an act entitled an act to amend the charter of the bank of the state of Alabama, was read the second time and laid on the table: a bill to be entitled, an act for the relief of Daniel Coleman, of Washington, was read the third time, and ordered to lie on the table: a bill to be entitled, an act to authorize the school commissioners of the 17th township of range 13, to lease the 16th section in said township, was read the third time and laid on the table: a bill to be entitled, an act more effectually to protect sheriffs, coronors and constables in the discharge of their duties.

An act further to relieve insolvent debtors, and better to secure the rights of creditors: and an act to vest in the county court of Covington county, the powers heretofore exercised by the commissioners of said county and for other purposes, were severally read the third time and passed. Ordered, That they be returned to the house of representatives.

Resolutions instructing our senators, and requesting our representatives in the Congress of the United States, to use their endeavors to procure the passage of a law establishing a land office at Bellefonte in Jackson county, were read the 3rd time and rejected.

A message from the house of representatives by Mr. Tunstall, their clerk: Mr. President - The house of representative have adopted the following resolution, in which they desire your concurrence: Resolved, That this House, with the concurrence of the Senate, will on Saturday next, at the hour of 12 o'clock, adjourn sine die. They have passed a joint resolution, authorizing Charles Lewen, quarter master general, to procure a house in which to preserve the public arms of this state until they be distributed- also a bill entitled act to amend an act entitled an act for the more effectual preservation of personal liberty- both of which originated in their house, and in which they desire your concurrence. They concur in the amendment made by the senate to the 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 described they have adopted the following resolution, in which they desire your concurrence; Resolved, That this House, with the concurrence of the senate, will, at the hour of 3 o'clock this evening, go into the election of 12 directors of the bank of the state of Alabama.

Mr. Jackson moved to amend the resolution from the house of representatives proposing to adjourn sine die on Saturday next, by striking out the words at 12 o'clock, which was carried.

The resolution as amended, was then concurred in- Ordered, That the house be informed thereof. Mr. Jackson also moved to amend the resolution from the house of representatives, proposing to elect twelve directors of the bank of the state of Alabama, this evening at 8 o'clock, by striking out the word 'three' and inserting half past 6 o'clock, which was carried. The resolution as amended was then agreed to. Ordered, That the secretary inform the house of representatives thereof.


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A bill from the house of representatives entitled, an act to amend an act entitled an act for the more effectual preservation of personal liberty was read, and the rule requiring bills to be read on 3 several days being dispensed with, it was read the 2d and 3d time and passed. Ordered, That it be returned to the house of representatives.

A resolution authorizing Charles Lewen, quarter master general, to procure a house in which to preserve the public arms of this state until they be distributed was read and ordered to a 2nd reading to-morrow.

A bill to be entitled an act concerning the 16th section herein mentioned, was taken up, and amended, and the rule requiring bills to be read on three several days being dispensed with, the bill was read the third time and passed.

A bill to be entitled an act to reduce into one of the several acts giving fees to justices of the peace and constables, was read the second time, and referred to a select committee, consisting of Messrs. McCamy, Sullivan and Jackson to consider and report thereon.

Bills of the following titles, to wit: an act to revive a certain act therein named; an act organizing the 12th regiment of militia in St. Clair county; an act to pay officers for taking prisoners from our county to another in this state; an act for the relief of Grantland & Robinson; an act amendatory to an act, entitled an act to class and fix the price of the university lands, passed Jan. 13, 1826; an act to authorize Edward Calvert to sell and convey a certain land certificate; an act to authorize a levy of a county tax for the county of Covington; and, an act to authorize the administrator and administratrix of George Hardwick to sell a certificate for a quarter section of land, were severally read the second time, and the rule requiring bills to be read on three several days being dispensed with, the bills were severally read the third time and passed. Ordered, that they be returned to the House of Representatives.

A bill to be entitled an act to authorize Joseph Burleson and his associates to turnpike a road therein specified, was read the second time, and ordered to lie on the table bill the first day of June next.

A bill to be entitled an act to authorize Martha Brandon, administratrix of Josiah K. Brandon, deceased, to sell and convey certain town lots in Tuscaloosa, was read the second time, and ordered to a third reading to-morrow.

A message from the House of Representatives by Mr. Tunstall.

Mr. President - The House of Representatives concur in the amendment made by the Senate to a resolution proposing to adjourn sine die on Saturday next. They also concur in the amendment made by the Senate to the resolution proposing to go into the election of the Bank Directors this day, by striking out '3,' and inserting 'half past 6 o'cl'k.'

A bill to be entitled an act to prohibit the importation of slaves into this state for sale or hire, was read the second time and amended on Mr. Jackson's motion. The rule requiring bills to be read on three several days being dispensed with, the bill was read the third time and passed - Yeas 11, nays 6.

The yeas and nays being desired, those who voted in the affirmative are, Messrs. Ashe, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Gaines, Jackson, McCamy, Merriwether, Miller, Powell and Skinner. Those who voted in the negative are, Mr. President, Abercrombie, Irwin, Jones, Shackleford, and Sullivan.


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Ordered, that the bill be reported to the House of Representatives.

And then the Senate adjourned till 3 o'clock this evening.

3 o'clock P. M. The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.

A message from the House of Representatives by Mr. Tunstall.

Mr. President - The House of Representatives have passed bills which originated in their House, entitled an act making appropriations for certain claims against the state; an act to increase the capital stock of the Bank of the State of Alabama; also, a joint resolution approving the amendment made by the State of Tennessee to the constitution of the United States. They have passed bills which originated in the Senate, entitled an act to emancipate certain slaves therein named; an act to establish a road from Elyton to Montevallo, and have amended the same in the manner herewith shewn; and an act to incorporate the muscle shoals canal company, and have also amended the bill as herewith shewn: in which amendments they desire your concurrence.

Ordered, that the Senate concur in the several amendments made by the House of Representatives to the bill entitled an act to incorporate the muscle shoals canal company. Ordered, that the secretary acquaint the House of Representatives therewith.

Mr. Brown moved that the Senate disagree to the amendments made by the House of Representatives to the bill entitled an act to establish a road from Elyton to Montevallo, by reducing the tolls provided for in said bill; which was carried. Ordered, that the House be informed thereof

A joint resolution approving the amendment made by the state of Tennessee to the constitution of the United States, was read the first time.

A message from the Governor by Mr. Thornton.

Mr. President - The Governor did on the 10th inst. approve and sign the following bills: an act to incorporate the Cahawba navigation company; an act for the relief of the legal representatives of Daniel Duval; an act explanatory of an act entitled an act to provide for the election of justices of the peace and constables, passed Dec, 31st, 1822; and on this day, an act to prevent the Creek Indians from hunting and trapping within the settled limits of this state; and, 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-all of which originated in the Senate.

A bill to be entitled an act making appropriations for certain claims against the state, was read the first and second time, and amended- Mr. Sullivan offered the following amendment to the bill: "Sec. - And be it further enacted, that the sum of ______ dollars be and is hereby appropriated for the payment of Wm. B. Allen for the amount expended in printing for the state the last year, over and above his salary; and that the further sum of _____ be allowed him for his expenses in securing and taking charge of the state house at Cahawba by request of the Treasurer from June last." A division of the question on the adoption of the amendment being called for, it was taken on agreeing to that part of it which proposes an appropriation to William B. Allen for amount expended in printing for the state the last year, over and above his salary and determined in the negative - Yeas 7, nays 9.

The yeas and nays being desired, those who voted in the affirmative are, Messrs. Brown, Casey, Gaines, Irwin, McCamy, Miller and Sulli-


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van. Those who voted in the negative are, Mr. President, Abercrombie, Ashe, Crabb, Jackson, Jones, Merriwether, Powell and Skinner.

That part of the amendment providing compensation for taking charge of the state house, was agreed to, and the bill referred to the committee on accounts and claims to consider and report thereon.

Mr. McCamy, from the select committee to which was referred a bill to be entitled an act to reduce into one the several acts giving fees to justices of the peace and constables, reported, that it is inexpedient to pass the bill; which was concurred in.

Mr. Sullivan offered the following resolution: Resolved, that the committee on propositions and grievances be instructed to inquire into and report to this House what additional compensation in the state printer for the last year ought to have for extra printing, from the evidence that may be adduced before them; which was adopted - yeas 10, nays 6.

The yeas and nays being desired on the adoption of the resolution, those who voted in the affirmative are Messrs. Brown, Casey, Crabb, Gaines, Irwin, McCamy, Miller, Powell, Skinner and Sullivan.

Those who voted in the negative are, Mr. President, Abercrombie, Ashe, Jackson, Jones and Merriwether.

A message from the House of Representatives by Mr. Tunstall.

Mr. President- The House of Representatives have passed resolutions which originated in 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.

And then the Senate adjourned till half past 6 o'clock this evening.

Half past six o'clock, P. M.

The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.

A message was received from the House of Representatives by Mr. Tunstall, inviting the Senate to assemble in the Representative Hall for the purpose of electing twelve Directors of the Bank of the State of Alabama for the current year.

Whereupon the members of the Senate repaired to the House of Representatives, and having taken their seats, Mr. President arose and announced the object of the meeting; when the two Houses proceeded to elect twelve Directors of the Bank of the State for the present year - 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:- 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 33, Mr. Shortridge 30, Mr. Starr 28, Mr.Baldwin 25, Mr. Gould 20, Mr. Bolles 5, Mr. Jones 4, Mr. Sims 3.

Those who vote 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, Weissenger, Walthall, Whitfield - 68.

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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 Frank. 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, Walthall, Whitfield - 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, Gaines, Irwin, 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, Meriwether, Miller, Skinner, Sullivan of the Senate. Acken, 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.

Those who voted for Mr. Sommerville are- Mr. President, Abercrombie, Ashe, Brown, 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, Brasher, 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, Weissenger, Walthall- 46.

Those who voted for Mr. John B. Hogan are- Mr. President, Abercrombie, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Gaines, Jackson, Irwin, Skinner of the Senate. Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Benson, Broadnax, Bell, Bradford, Craig, 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,


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Exum, Fluker, Greening, Johnson, Jones, Moore of Mad. Moore of Jack. McVay of Law. Perkins, Smith of La. Smith of mad.Terry, Williams, Weissinger, Walthall, Whitfield- 39.

Those who voted for 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, Rainey, 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, Weissenger- 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, Ambristre, Benson, Brown, Bell, Barclay, Dupuy, Duke, Ellis, Edwards, Heard, McClung, Moore of Jack. Massey, Perkins, Parham, Powell, Ross, Roberts, Smith of Mad. Sims- 25.

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 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 present year.

The election being completed, the Senate withdrew to their own chamber and Mr. President resumed the chair.

When, on motion, the Senate adj. till to-morrow morning at 10 o'cl'k.