WEDNESDAY, January 9, 1828.

The House met pursuant to adjournment.

Engrossed bill from the Senate entitled “an act to annex additional territory to Bibb county, so as to make the same constitutional,” was referred to a select committee consisting of Messrs. Clark, Weisinger, Walthal and Lawler: as also the petition presented by Mr. Clark on the same subject referred to the same committee.

On motion of Mr. Cook, Resolved by the House of Representatives that with the consent of the Senate, this House will adjourn sine die on Saturday next.

Engrossed bills of the following titles, to wit: an act declaring the effect of notarial protests; an act to amend the law now in force respecting


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Justices of the peace and Constables, were severally read a third time and passed: Ordered that the titles be as aforesaid: Ordered, that the same be sent to the Senate for their concurrence.

Engrossed bill from the Senate entitled an act regulating the duties of Attorneys at Law, and for other purposes, was read a third time and passed: Ordered that the title be as aforesaid, ordered that the same be sent to the Senate for their concurrence.

The House adopted the resolution offered by Mr. Rainy, proposing to go into the election of a Judge and Solicitor of the seventh judicial circuit this evening at the hour of seven o'clock; ordered that the Clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

Engrossed bill to be entitled an act to establish the principles of decision in certain cases law and equity, was read a third time.

Mr. Perkins moved to amend the bill by way of engrossed ryder, which was adopted.

Mr. Stone moved to amend the bill by way of engrossed ryder, by proviso, which was lost.

Mr. Terry moved to amend the bill by way of engrossed ryder, by proviso, which was lost.

Mr. Collier moved to amend the same by way of ryder, by proviso, at the end of the 4th section, which was lost.  The bill then being on its passage, and the question being put, shall this bill pass?  It was determined in the negative.  Yeas 18- nays 39.  The yeas and nays being desired, those who voted in the affirmative are,

Messrs. Speaker, Acklen, Anderson, Broadnax, Bridges, Cook, Craig, Dennis, Greening, Higgins, Jack, Kelly, McVay of Laud. Moore of Jack. Sargent, Smith of Clarke, Walker, and Walthal- 18.

Those who voted in the negative are,

Messrs Bell, Bradford, Brown, Bonnell, Clark, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Daniel, Davis, Durrett, Duke, Ellis, Edmondson, Forrest, Harris, Lawler, Lewis, Massey, McRae of Frank, Moore of mad. Perkins, Price, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Ross, Robertson, Russell, Sharp, Smith of mad. Stone, Tarver, Terry, Vaughan, Vining, Ward, Weisinger and Wiggins-39.

A message from the Senate by Mr. Lyon.

MR. SPEAKER- The Senate have passed bills which originated in their House entitled an act to authorize the building a Jail in Morgan county; and an act to change the time of holding the county court of Jefferson, Henry, and Dale counties: in which they desire your concurrence - they have passed bills which originated in the House of Representatives, entitled an act to increase the capital of the Bank of the state of Alabama: an act to provide for the keeping in repair a certain road therein mentioned: an act to authorize the county court of Jackson county to levy an extra tax: an act to authorize the election of a Justice of the pace in the town of Columbia, in Shelby county; and have amended the same by the additional of a section: also an act changing the time of holding the county courts in Greene and Perry counties: and have amended the same by striking out the 2d section and inserting another in lieu thereof: in which amendments they desire your concurrence.  The Senate recede from insisting on their amendment to the bill entitled an act to apportion the Representatives among the several counties in this state, and divide the state into Senatorial Districts, according to the late census, by adding thereto an additional section.  They disagree to the amendment made by your honorable body to the bill entitled an act to organize and establish a circuit court in Dale county and to arrange the counties of the first, second, and sixth judicial circuits.  They disagree to the amendment made by the House of Representatives to the bill entitled an act further to amend the charter of the Bank of the state of Alabama.


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They concur in the amendment made by the House to the bill entitled an act to authorize John G. Creagh to bring to this state the slaves of his wards Anna D. Houze and James Houze.  They also concur in the amendments made by your honorable body to the bill entitled an act to authorize and require the Secretary of state to procure and distribute to each county in this state one set of weights and measures.  They also concur in the amendments made by the House to be bill entitled an act more effectually to prevent frauds and fraudulent conveyances and for other purposes.  They disagree to the amendment made by the House to the bill entitled an act concerning the owners and keepers of mills and other water works by, by adding a proviso to the end of the first section thereof.  They concur in all the other amendments made by your honorable body to the bill.  They disagree to the amendments made your honorable body to the bill entitled an act to provide for reports of the decisions of the Supreme court, by striking from the 11th line of the first section to the bill securing to the reporter the copy right of the work.  They concur in all the other amendments to the bill.  They have adopted the following resolution, in which they desire your concurrence: Resolved with the concurrence of the House of Representatives, the two Houses will assemble in the Representative Hall to elect two trustees of the University from the 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th Judicial circuits: and also a Judge and Solicitor of the 7th Judicial circuit, to day, at the hour of 6 o'clock PM They concur in the several amendments made by your honoorable body, to the bill entitled an act to incorporate the town of Tuscaloosa and to repeal an act incorporating said town, passed 13th December 1819.  And then he withdrew.

Ordered that so much of said message as relates to the election of a Judge and Solicitor of the 7th Judicial circuit, and the election of trustees of the University lie on the table.

Mr. Ellis from the committee on enrolled bills Reported, that they had examined and found correctly enrolled, bills of the following titles, to wit; Joint resolution to provide a House for the accommodation of the next General Assembly; which originated in this House; an act to authorize John P. Neal, agent of William A. Powell, to emancipate John Robinson a man of color: and an act to form a seventh Judicial circuit; which originated in the Senate.

Ordered that the House concur in the amendments made by the Senate to the bill entitled "an act to authorize the election of a Justice of the peace in the town of Columbia, in Shelby county, by adding thereto an additional section.  Ordered that the House concur in the amendments made by the Senate to the bill entitled "an act changing the time of holding the county courts in Greene and Perry counties" by striking out the 2d section, and by substituting another in lieu thereof.

A message was received from the Governor by James I. Thornton, which is as follows:

JANUARY 9, 1828.

MR. SPEAKER:- The Governor did, on the 7th instant, approve and sign the following bills: an act for the relief of William Jones of Walker county; an act to authorize the raising of three thousand dollars for the purpose of building a bridge across Shoal Creek: an act to amend an act entitled an act to incorporate the town of Mooresville, and for other purposes, passed the 16th day of November, 1818: an act to provide for the support of paupers in the counties of Madison, Autauga, Tuscaloosa, and Clark: an act to authorize the Judge of the county court of Monroe county


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and the commissioners of roads and revenue to levy a special tax for the purposes therein mentioned; all of which originated in the House of Representatives.

Ordered that the House adhere to their amendments to the bill entitled “an act to organize and establish a circuit court in Dale county, and to arrange the counties of the first, section, and sixth Judicial circuits:” Ordered that the House insist on their amendments to the bill entitled “an act further to amend the charter of the Bank of the state of Alabama,” Ordered, that the House insist on their amendments to the bill entitled “an act concerning the owners and keepers of mills and other water works,” by adding a proviso to the end of the first section thereof.  Ordered that the House recede from their amendments to the bill entitled "an act to provide for Reports of the decisions of the Supreme court, by striking from the 11th line of the 1st section “twelve months,” and inserting “two years,” and by adding a section to the bill securing to the reporter the copy right of the work.

A message from the Senate by Mr. Crabb.

MR. SPEAKER- The Senate have adopted the resolution of the House of Representatives, proposing to go into the election of a Judge and solicitor of the seventh judicial circuit, on to day at 7 o'clock P.M.  and have amended the same by adding immediately after “Judicial circuit,” and also two trustees for each Judicial circuit.  Ordered that the House disagree to said amendment.

Mr. Greening from the select committee to which was referred a bill to be entitled "an act prescribing the manner in which the citizens of this state shall voted on the Joint resolutions proposing to change the constitution of the state, so as to limit the tenure of the Judges to seven years, reported a substitute in lieu thereof; which was considered as engrossed: it was then read a third time and passed.  Ordered that the title be as aforesaid.  Ordered that the same be sent to the Senate for their concurrence.

Mr. Ross from the committee on accounts to which was referred a bill to be entitled “an act making appropriations for certain claims against the state,” reported the bill without amendment.  Mr. Clark moved to amend the bill by striking out the latter part of the 14th section, which proposes an allowance to Henry Minor, clerk of the Supreme court; which was carried.  Yeas 44-nays 7.  The yeas and nays being desired; those who voted in the affirmative are,

Messrs. Speaker, Anderson, Bradford, Brown, Bridges, Clark, Colgin, Conner, Cook, Coopwood, Craig, Daniel, Davis, Dennis, Durrett, Duke, Edmondson, Forrest, Greening, Higgins, Kelly, Lawler, McVay of Laud. Massey, McRae of Frank. Moore of Jack. Moore of mad. Price, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Robertson, Russell, Sargent, Sharp, Smith of Clark Smith of mad. Stone, Terry, Vaughan, Walthal, Ward, Weisinger and Wiggins 44.

Those who voted in the negative are,

Messrs. Broadnax, Bonnell, Harris, Jack, Perkins, Ross and Tarver- 7.

And then the House adjourned until 2 o'clock this evening.

EVENING SESSION, 2 o'clock.

The House met pursuant to adjournment.

The House resumed in consideration on the bill entitled an act making appropriations for certain claims against the State.

Mr. Greening moved to amend the bill, by adding thereto an additional section, which was carried.

Mr. Jack moved to amend the bill, by adding thereto an additional section, which was carried.  Mr. Kelly moved to amend the bill, by adding thereto an additional section, which was carried; it was then ordered to be engrossed for a third reading tomorrow.

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be entitled an act making appropriations for the year 1828; which was read a first time, and the rule requiring bills to be read on three several days being dispensed with the bill was read a second time forthwith and laid on the table until tomorrow.

Engrossed bill from the Senate entitled an act to authorize Mahala Farrar to emancipate a mulatto woman slave named Patience, was read a second time and ordered to be read third time tomorrow.

Engrossed bill from the Senate entitled an act to change the times of holding the county courts of Jefferson, Henry and Dale counties; was read a first time and ordered to be read a second time tomorrow.

Engrossed bill from the Senate entitled an act to authorize the building a jail in Morgan county, was read a first time, and the rule requiring bills to be read on three several days being dispensed with; it was then read a second time forthwith.  Mr. Greening moved to amend the bill by striking out the second 2nd section, which was carried, and the rule being further dispensed with, it was then read a third time forthwith and passed. Ordered that the title be as aforesaid.  Ordered that the clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

Engrossed bill from the Senate entitled an act to amend an act to divide the State into districts for electing Representatives to Congress pass ed December 21st 1822, was on motion of Mr. Terry, laid on the table until tomorrow.

Engrossed bill from the Senate of the following titles to wit: an act to declare Canoe creek in St. Clair county a public highway an act to authorize John Smith of Jefferson county, to emancipate a certain slave therein named: an act to incorporate the Franklin Academy, in the town of Russellville, Franklin county: an act to provide the clerks of the several counties in this state with copies of the acts of the present and each subsequent Congress of the United States, an act to amend an act entitled an act to incorporate the school commissioners of the 4th township and 8th range west from Huntsville, and for other purposes: an act to preserve the health of the inhabitants residing on sinking creek, in Lauderdale county: an act authorizing a lottery for the purpose of building an Academy and Courthouse in the county of Henry; were severally read a third time and passed.  Ordered that the titles be as aforesaid; ordered that the Clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

Mr. Ross from the select committee appointed to investigate the official conduct of the hon. Abner S. Lipscomb judge of the first judicial circuit of this state, on charges preferred by G. F salle; reported a bill to be entitled an act to provide for the payment of certain expenses therein named, which was read a first time and the rule requiring bills to be read on three several days being dispensed with, it was then read a second time forthwith, and ordered to be engrossed for a third reading tomorrow.

Mr. Kelly from the select committee to which was referred the bill entitled an act to amend the law in relation to original attachments reported the same with the following amendments, strike out the words ‘or effects’ where they occur in the 2nd section and the words in connection with them attached to the bill by water; and have further amended the same by adding after the words ‘them,’ in the same section with the following: “or that he, she, or they are about to remove his, her, or their property out of the state, and that hereby the plaintiff will probably lose the debt or have to sue for it in another state:” in which amendments the House concurred: the bill was then ordered to be engrossed for a third reading tomorrow.

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which was referred the bill from the Senate entitled “an act for the relief of Richard Corre, John Duncan, Jr. and Henry Center,” reported the bill without amendment.  Mr. Craig moved that the further consideration of the bill be indefinitely postponed; which was lost.  Yeas 25- nays 33. The yeas and nays being desired, those who voted in the affirmative are,

Messrs. Anderson Bell Bradford Brown Colgin, Conner, Coopwood, Craig Daniel Davis Durrett Duke Edmondson McVay of Law. Massey McRae of Fk.  Price Rather Robertson, Russell, Sargent, Smith of mad. Terry Vaughan and Wiggins- 25.

Those who voted in the negative are,

Messrs. speaker, Acklen, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Clark, Collier, Cook, Dennis, Ellis, Forrest, Greening, Harris, Jack, Kelly, Lawler, Lewis, Martin, Moore of Jack. Moore of mad. Perkins, Rainey, Richardson, Ross, Sharp, Smith of Clarke. Stone, Tarver, Vining, Walker, Walthal, Ward and Weisinger- 33.

Mr. Bridges then moved that the bill lie on the table which was carried.

A message from the Senate by Mr. Lyon.

MR. SPEAKER:- The Senate recede from their amendment to the resolution proposing to go into the election of a Judge and Solicitor for the seventh circuit, this evening at 7 o'clock, by adding the words “and also two Trustees from each Judicial circuit.” They insist on their disagreement to the amendment made by the house, to the bill entitled “an act to organize and establish a circuit court in Dale county, and to a range the counties of the 1st, 2d, and 6th Judicial circuits,” and have appointed a committee on their part, consisting of Messrs. Evans, Casey, and Barton, to confer with such committee as may be appointed on your part on the subject of said disagreement.  And then he withdrew.

Whereupon Messrs Greening, Walker, Cook, Lewis, and Clark, were appointed said committee.

Engrossed bill from the Senate entitled “an act to amend an act to prohibit the introduction of slaves into this state for sale or hire;” which was read a second time.  Mr. Perkins moved to amend the bill by way of substitute: it was the, together with the proposes amendment, referred to a select committee consisting of Messrs. Craig, Perkins and Ross.

Engrossed bill from the Senate entitled “an act concerning the registration of deeds and patents;” was read a third time.  Mr. Collier moved to amend the bill by way of engrossed ryder; which was carried.  Mr. Kelly then moved to amend the bill by way of engrossed ryder; which was carried; it was then passed.  Ordered that the title be as aforesaid.  Ordered that the clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

Engrossed bills of the following titles, to wit: an act to emancipate certain persons therein named; an act to appoint commissioners to lay out a road therein specified: an act to authorize the election of an additional constable in the beat including the town of Claiborne: an act to incorporate Barker's Encampment of Knights Templar No 1: an act for the relief of Andrew O. Horn: were severally read a third time and passed.  Ordered that the titles be as aforesaid.  Ordered that the same be sent to the Senate for their concurrence.

Engrossed bill from the Senate entitled "an act relating to the duties of the Judges of the county courts."  Mr. Bridges moved to amend by bill adding thereto an additional section: which was carried: it was then laid on the table.

Engrossed bill entitled an act to alter the time of holding the county court of Montgomery county, was laid on the table until tomorrow.

Engrossed bill entitled "an act to provide for taking depositions in certain cases," was read a third time, and the question being put, shall this bill pass?


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it was determined in the affirmative.  Yeas 35- nays 17.   The yeas and nays being desired, those who voted in the affirmative are,

Messrs. Speaker, Acklen, Anderson, Bradford, Brown, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Collier, Conner, Davis, Dennis, Duke, Ellis, Harris, Jack, Lawler, Martin, Massey, McRae of Frank. Moore of Jack. Perkins, Price, Richardson, Russell, Sarget, Sharp, Smith of Clarke, Smith of mad. Tarver, Terry, Walthal, Ward, Weisinger and Wiggins- 35.

Those who voted in the negative are,

Messrs Bell, Colgin, Coopwood, Craig, Daniel, Durett, Edmondson, Forrest, McVay of laud. Moore of mad. Rainey, Rather, Ross, Robertson, Stone, Vaughan, Vining- 17.

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

Engrossed bill from the Senate was taken from the table, read a third time and passed.  Ordered that the title be as aforesaid.  Ordered that the clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

Engrossed bill from the Senate entitled an act relating to the duties of the Judges of the county courts, was taken from the table.  Mr. Lawler moved to amend the bill with the following: "or within fifteen days after such bond is renewed;" which was carried.  It was then ordered to be read a third time tomorrow.

A bill to be entitled “an act the better to provide for the trial of the right of property, and for other purposes.”  Mr. Martin moved to amend the bill by striking out the 4th section; which was carried. Mr. Terry moved to strike out the latter part of the section No. 8, which relates to complainants in chancery, &c. which was carried.  Mr. Collier moved to amend the 8th section by way of proviso; which was carried: it was then ordered to be engrossed for a third reading tomorrow.  And then the House adjourned until half past 6 o'clock this evening.

NIGHT SESSION, half past 6 o'clock.

The House met pursuant to adjournment.

Mr. Greening from the committee of conference appointed by both branches of the legislature, on the disagreement between the two Houses, to the amendment made by the House of Representatives to the bill entitled "an act to organize and establish a circuit court in Dale county, and to arrange the counties of the first, second, and sixth Judicial circuits," Reported an amendment made by the committee to the amendment made by the House of Representatives; which was concurred in by the House.

Engrossed joint 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 mentioned: was read a third time and passed. Ordered that the title be as aforesaid.  Ordered that the same be sent to the Senate for their concurrence.

A message from the Senate by Mr. Lyon.

MR. SPEAKER:- The Senate have adopted the following resolution; in which they ask your concurrence: Resolved that with the concurrence of the House of Representatives, the two Houses will assembly this evening at 7 o'clock, to elect two Trustees for each Judicial circuit, commencing at the first, and ending at the seventh.  The Senate concur with the committee of conference appointed on the disagreement between the two Houses in relation to the amendment made by the House to the bill entitled "an act to organize and establish a circuit court in Dale county, and to arrange the counties of the first, section, and sixth Judicial circuits."

On motion of Mr. Moore of Jack. Resolved that the Senate be informed that the House is now ready to received them to proceed to the election of a Judge and Solicitor for the 7th Judicial circuit, and Trustees of the University for the different circuits, and that the east end of the Hall is prepared for their reception.


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The Senate having repaired to the hall of the House of Representatives, both Houses then proceeded to the election of a Judge of the seventh Judicial circuit in this State Sion L. Perry, Argyle Campbell and Harry I. Thornton being in nomination, The votes stood thus.

For Mr. Perry, - 27 Mr. Campbell, 24- Mr. Thornton 28. Those who voted for Mr. Perry are, messrs Ashe, Brown, Evans, Irwin, Jones, Shackleford, Sullivan, Rep's messrs. Bradford, Brown, Bonnell, Clark, Collier, Conner, Craig, Dennis, Duke, Ellis, Forrest, Harris, Jack, Martin, Massey, Sharp, Tarver, Vaughan, Walthal and Weisinger.

Those who voted for Mr. Campbell are, messrs Casey, Hubbard, McCamy, Moore, Skinner, Rep's. Anderson, Broadnax, Bridges, Coopwood, Davis, Greening, Higgins, Kelly, McVay of Laud. McRae of Frank. Moore of Jack. Price, Russell, Sargent, Smith of C. Terry, Walker, Ward, Wiggins.

Those who voted for Mr. Thornton are Messrs. President, Barton, Crabb, Earle, Jackson, Merriwether, Miller, Powell, Rep's Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Bell, Colgin, Cook, Daniel, Durrett, Edmondson, Lawler, Lewis, Moore of mad. Perkins, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Ross, Robertson, Smith of mad. Stone and Vining neither of the persons in nomination having received a majority of the whole number, the two houses proceeded to vote second time for Judge of the 7th circuit the same persons in nomination.

The votes stood thus: For Mr. Perry 27, Mr. Campbell 24, Mr. Thornton 28- Those who voted for Mr. Perry are the same that voted for him the first time.

Those who voted for Mr. Campbell are the same that voted for him the first time.

Those who voted for Mr. Thornton are the same that voted for him the first time, neither of the persons in nomination having received a majority of votes the two Houses proceeded to vote a third time for Judge of the seventh circuit.

The vote stood thus:-- For Mr. Perry 25.- Mr. Campbell 24- Mr. Thornton 30.- Those who voted for Mr. Perry are, messrs Ashe Brown Evans Irwin Shackleford Sullivan Rep's- messrs. Bradford Bonnell Clark Collier Conner Craig Dennis Duke Ellis Forrest Harris Jack Martin Massey Sharp Tarver Vaughan Walthal and Weisinger.

Those who voted for Mr. Campbell are, messrs. Casey Hubbard McCamey Moore Skinner.- Rep's Anderson Broadnax Bridges Coopwood Davis Greening Higgins Kelly McVay of Laud. McRae of Frank. Moore of Jack. Price Russell Sargent Smith of C. Terry Walker ward and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Mr. Thornton are, Mr. President Barton Crabb Earle Jackson Jones Merriwether Miller Powell.- Rep's Mr. Speaker Acklen Bell Brown Colgin Cook Daniel Durrett Edmondson Lawler Lewis Moore of mad. Perkins Rainey Rather Richardson Ross Robertson Smith of mad. Stone and Vining, neither of the person in nomination having received a majority of the whole number of votes the two Houses proceeded to vote the 4th time for a Judge of the seventh circuit- the name of Mr. Campbell being withdrawn.

For Mr. Perry, 43- Mr. Thornton 35.

Those who voted for Mr. Perry are messrs Ashe Brown Evans Hubbard Irwin Jones Moore Shackleford Skinner Sullivan- Rep's messrs. Anderson Bradford Broadnax Bonnell Clark Collier Conner Craig Dennis Duke Ellis Forrest Greening Harris Higgins Jack Kelly Martin McVay of Laud Massey McRae of Frank. Moore of Jack. Price Sargent Sharp Tarver Terry Vaughan Walker Walthal Ward Weisinger and Wiggins.

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Acklen Bell Brown Bridges Colgin Cook Coopwood Daniel Davis Durrett Edmondson Lawler Lewis Moore of mad. Perkins Rainey Rather Richardson Ross Robertson Russell Smith of C. Smit of mad Stone and Vining.

Sion L Perry having received a majority of the whole number of votes was declared by Mr. Speaker to be duly elected Judge of the seventh Judicial Circuit in this State.

The two Houses then proceeded to elect a Solicitor for the seventh Judicial circuit Ambrose Rose, Davis G. Liggon and James Davis being in nomination.

The votes stood thus:- For Mr. Davis, 44- Mr. Liggin 18- Mr. Rose 17.

Those who voted for Mr. Davis are, Ashe Casey Crabb Evans Hubbard Irwin Jones McCamey Shackleford Skinner. Rep's- Mr. Speaker Acklen Bell Bradford Brown Broadnax Bridges Coopwood Davs Dennis Durrett Duke Edmondson Greening Higgins Lawler Martin McVay of Laud. Massey McRae of frank. Moore of Jacks. Price Robertson Russell Sargent Sharp Smith of mad. Terry Vaughan Vining Walker Ward Weissinger & Wiggins.

Those who voted for Mr. Liggin are Mr. President Barton Earle Jackson Powell-Rep's Anderson Bonnell Colgin Collier Daniel Harris Lewis Perkins Rainey Rather Ross Tarver and Walthal.

Those who voted Mr. Ross are, Messrs. Brown Merriwether Miller Moore Sullivan. Rep's. Clark Conner Cook Craig Ellis Forrest Jack Kelly Moore of mad. Richardson Smith of Clark and Stone.

James Davis having received a majority of the whole number of votes was declared by Mr. Speaker, to be duly elected Solicitor of the seventh Judicial circuit in this State.

The two Houses then proceeded to the election of two Trustees of the University from the first judicial circuit.

Samuel W. Oliver, John Elliott, Henry H. B. Hays, & D R. W. McRae, being in nomination.  The votes stood thus:- For Mr. Oliver 74- Mr. Elliott 42- Mr. Hayes 36- Mr. McRae, 12.

Those who voted for Mr. Oliver are, Mr. President, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Earle, Evans, Hubbard, Irwin, Jackson, Jones, McCamey, Merriwether, Miller, Moore, Powell, Skinner.- Rep's. messrs. Acklen, Anderson, Bell, Bradford, Brown, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Cook, Craig, Daniel, Davis, Dennis, Durrett, Duke, Ellis, Edmondson, Forrest, Greening, Harris, Higgins, Jack, Kelly, Lawler, Lewis, Martin, McVay of Laud. Massey, McRae of F. Moore of Jack. Moore of mad. Perkins, Price, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Ross, Robertson, Russell, Sargent, Sharp, Smith of C. Smith of mad. Stone, Tarver, Terry, Vaughan, Vining, Walker, Walthal, Ward, Weisinger and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Mr. Elliott are, Mr. President, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Earle, Irwin, Jackson, Jones, Merriwether, Miller, Moore, Skinner, Sullivan, Rep's. Acklen, Anderson, Bell, Bradford, Brown, Clark, Colgin, Collier, Cook, Coopwood, Craig, Dennis, Durrett, Edmondson, Harris, Jack, Kelly, Lawler, McVay of laud. Perkins, Price, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Ross, Robertson, Sharp, Stone and Terry.

Those who voted for Mr. Hayes are, messrs. Casey, Evans, Hubbard, McCamey, Powell and Sullivan, Rep's Broadnax, Clark, Conner, Coopwood, Daniel, Duke, Ellis, Forrest, Higgins, Massey, Moore of J. Russell, Sargent, Smith of mad. Vaughan, Vining, Walthal, Ward, Weisinger, and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Mr. McRae are, Mr. Crabb, Rep's. Bridges, Bonnell, Davis, Greening, Lewis, Martin, McRae of F. Moore of mad. Smith of C. Tarver and Walker.

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er to be duly elected Trustees from the first Judicial Circuit of this State.

The two houses then proceeded to elect two Trustees of the University from the second Judicial Circuit.

Dr. George Phillips, Dr. Thomas Casey and Bolling Hall Esq. being in nomination.

The votes stood thus, For Dr. Philips 61. Mr. Hall 48.- Dr. Casey 46,

Those who voted for Dr. Philips are, Mr. President, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Crabb, Earle, Hubbard, Jackson, Jones, McCamey, Merriwether, Miller, Moore, Powell, Skinner, Sullivan- Rep's Acklen, Anderson, Bell, Bradford, Brown, Broadnax, Bonnell, Clarke, Colgin, Collier, Cook, Craig, Davis, Dennis, Durrett, Duke, Ellis, Edmondson, Forrest, Harris, Jack, Kelly, Lawler, Lewis, Martin, McVay of Laud. Massey, Moore of mad. Perkins, Price, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Ross, Robertson, Sargent, Sharp, Stone, Tarver, Terry, Vining, Walker, Walthal, Weisinger and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Mr. Hall are, Mr. President, Barton, Earle, Evans, Irwin, Jackson. Rep's Mr. Speaker, Bell, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Clark, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Cook, Coopwood, Craig, Daniel, Davis, Durrett, Ellis, Edmondson, Forrest, Greening, Harris, Higgins, Jack, Lawler, Lewis, Martin, McRae of Frank. Moore of J. Perkins, Rainey, Rather, Ross, Robertson, Russell, Sharp, Smith of C. Smith of mad. Stone, Tarver, Terry, Vaughan, Walthal and Ward.

Those who voted for Dr. Casey are, Messrs. Ashe, Brown, Crabb, Evans, Hubbard, Irwin, Jones, McCamy, Merriwether, Miller, Moore, Powell, Skinner, Sullivan. Rep's. Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Anderson, Bradford, Brown, Bridges, Conner, Coopwood, Daniel, Dennis, Duke, Greening, Higgins, Kelly, McVay of Laud. Massey, McRae of F. Moore of J. Moore of mad. Price, Richardson, Russell, Sargent, Smith of Cl. Smith of mad. Vaughan, Vining, Walker, Ward, Weisinger and Wiggins.

Dr. George Philips and Bolling Hall having received a majority of the whole number of votes were declared to be duly elected Trustees of the University from the second Judicial circuit of this State.

The two Houses then proceeded to elect two Trustees from the third judicial Circuit Jack Shackleford, Hume R. Field & John F. Forrest being in nomination.  For Mr. Shackleford 71, votes.- Mr. Field 47,- Mr. Forrest 36.- Those who voted for Mr. Shackleford are, Mr. President Ashe Barton Brown Casey Crabb Earle Evans Hubbard Irwin Jackson Jones McCamy Merriwether Miller Moore Powell Skinner Sullivan. Rep's. Mr. Speaker Anderson Bell Bradford Brown Broadnax Bridges Bonnell Clark Colgin Collier Conner Cook Coopwood Craig Daniel Davis Dennis Durrett Duke Edmondson Greening Harris Higgins Jack Kelly Lawler Lewis McVay of Laud. Massey McRae of F. Moore of mad. Price Rainey Rather Richardson Ross Robertson Russell Sargent Sharp Smith of C. Smith of mad. Stone Tarver Terry Vaughan Vining Walker Walthal Ward and Weisinger.

Those who voted for Mr. Field are, Mr. President Barton Casey Crabb Earle Hubbard Irwin Jackson McCamy Merriwether Miller Moore Powell Skinner Sullivan. Rep's. Mr. Speaker Acklen Brown Broadnax Clark Colgin Collier Conner Cook Daniel Ellis Harris Jack Kelly Lawler Lewis Martin Moore of J. Moore of Mad. Perkins Rainey Richardson Ross Sharp Smith of C. Smith of mad. Stone Tarver Vining Walthal Weisinger and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Mr. Forrest are, Messrs. Ashe Brown Evans Jones. Rep's.  Messrs. Acklen Anderson Bell Bradford Bridges Bonnell Coopwood Craig Davis Dennis Durrett Duke Ellis Edmondson Greening Higgins Martin McVay of Laud. Massey McRae of F. Moore of J. Perkins


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Price Rather Robertson Russell Sargent Terry Vaughan Walker Ward and Wiggins.  Jack Shackleford and Hume R. Field having received a majority of votes were declared to be duly elected Trustees of the University from the 3d Judicial Circuit.

The two Houses then proceeded to elect two Trustees from the 4th Judicial Circuit Gen. John Coffee, Nicholas Davis, James Jackson and David Hubbard being in nomination.  For Gen. Coffee 36 votes.- Mr. Davis 41.- Mr. Jackson 33- Mr. Hubbard 40.

Those who voted for Mr. Coffee are, messrs. Casey, Crabb, McCamey, Miller, Moore, Sullivan. Rep's. Anderson, Bell, Brown, Bridges, Clark, Conner, Coopwood, Craig, Dennis, Durrett, Duke, Ellis, Edmondson, Forrest, Greening, Higgins, Kelly, Lawler, McVay of Laud. Moore of J. Moore of mad. Rather, Robertson, Sargent, Smith of mad. Vaughan, Walker, Ward, Weisinger and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Mr. Davis are, messrs. Ashe, Barton, Brown, Crabb, Earle, Evans, Jones, Merriwether, Powell and Shackleford, Rep's. Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Bell, Bradford, Broadnax, Bonnell, Colgin, Collier, Cook, Davis, Edmondson, Harris, Jack, Lawler, Lewis, Martin, Massey, Perkins, Price, Rainey, Richardson, Ross, Robertson, Russell, Sharp, Smith of C. Stone, Tarver, Terry, Vining and Walthal.

Those who voted for Mr. Jackson are, messrs. Ashe, Barton, Brown, Earle, Irwin, Jones, Merriwether, Powell, Shackleford, Rep's Mr. Speaker, Broadnax, Bonnell, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Cook, Daniel, Durrett, Forrest, Harris, Jack, Lewis, Martin, McRae of F. Perkins, Rainey, Richardson, Ross, Sharp, Stone, Tarver, Vining and Walthal.

Those who voted for Mr. Hubbard are, messrs. Casey, Evans, Irwin, McCamey, Miller, Moore, Sullivan, Rep's. Acklen, Anderson, Bradford, Brown, Bridges, Clark, Coopwood, Craig, Daniel, Davis, Dennis, Duke, Ellis, Greening, Higgins, Kelly, McVay of Laud. Massey, McRae of Frank. Moore of J. Moore of mad. Price, Rather; Russell, Sargent, Smith of C. Smith of mad. Terry, Vaughan, Walker, Ward, Weisinger, and Wiggins.

Nicholas Davis and David Hubbard, having received a majority of votes were declared to be duly elected Trustees of the University for the fourth Judicial circuit.

The two Houses then proceeded to the election two Trustees of the University from the fifth Judicial circuit.

Dr. Henry W. Rhodes, Dr. Thomas Fearn, Dr. Davis Moore and Wm. Acklen, Being in nomination.

For Dr. Rhodes 42- Dr. Fearn 37- Dr. Moore 36- Mr. Acklen 31.

Those who voted for Dr. Rhodes are messrs Ashe, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Evans, Hubbard, Merriweather, Moore, Sullivan, Rep's. Mr. Speaker, Bell, Bradford, Brown, Bridges, Bonnell, Clark, Conner, Coopwood, Craig, Daniel, Davis, Dennis, Durrett, Ellis, Edmondson, Forrest, Greening, Harris, Lawler, Lewis, McVay of Laud. Massey, McRae of F. Rather, Robertson, Sargent, Sharp, Terry, Vaughan, Ward, Weisinger and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Dr. Fearn. are, Mr. President, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Crabb, Earle, Irwin, Jackson, Merriwether, Miller, Powell, Shackleford, Sullivan, Rep's.  Mr. Speaker, Anderson, Bell, Broadnax, Bonnell, Collier, Conner, Craig, Dennis, Durrett, Edmondson, Jack, Lawler, Lewis, Martin, Moore of mad. Perkins, Rainey, Richardson, Ross, Robertson, Smith of mad. Tarver and Vining.

Those who voted for Dr. Moore are, Mr. President, Barton, Earle, Evans, Jones, McCamey, Miller, Moore, Powell, Shackleford, Rep's Broadnax, Collier, Colgin, Davis, Harris, Jack, Kelly, Martin, Moore of J. Moore of mad. Perkins, Price, Rainey, Richardson, Ross, Russell, Sharp, Smith of C.


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Smith of mad. Stone, Tarver, Terry, Vining, Walthal, Weisinger, Wiggins.

Those who voted for Mr. Acklen are, messrs. Casey, Hubbard, Irwin, McCamey, Rep's Anderson, Bradford, Brown, Bridges, Clark, Colgin, Cook Coopwood, Daniel, Ellis, Forrest, Greening, Higgins, Kelly, McVay of Laud. Massey, McRae of F. Moore of J. Price, Rather, Russell, Sargent, Stone, Vaughan, Walker, Walthal and Ward.

Dr. Henry Rhodes having received a majority of the whole number of votes was declared to be duly elected a Trustee of the University from the 5th Judicial Circuit.

The two houses then proceeded to vote the second time for another Trustee from the fifty Judicial Circuit.

The vote stood thus:- Dr. Fearn 36.- Dr. Moore 20.- Mr. Acklen 19.

Those who voted for Dr. Fearn are, Mr. President, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Crabb, Earle, Irwin, Jackson, Merriwether, Miller, Powell, Shackleford, Sullivan- Rep's.  Bell, Brown, Bridges, Bonnell, Collier, Conner, Coopwood, Craig, Dennis, Durrett, Edmondson, Lawler, Lewis, Martin, McVay of Laud. Moore of mad. Rather, Richardson, Ross, Robertson, Smith of mad. Vaughan and Vining.

Those who voted for Dr. Moore are, Messrs. Evans, Hubbard, Jones, McCamey, Moore. Rep's Mr. Speaker, Broadnax, Davis, Harris, Jack, Perkins, Price, Rainey, Russel, Sharp, Smith of C. Tarver, Terry, Weisinger, and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Mr. Acklen are, Mr. Casey, Rep's Anderson, Bradford, Clark, Colgin, Cook, Daniel, Ellis, Greening, Higgins, Kelly, Massey, McRae of F. Moore of J. Sargent, Stone, Walker, Walthal and Ward.

Neither of the persons in nomination having received a majority of the whole number the two houses proceeded to vote a third time for a Trustee of the University from the fifth circuit, the name of Mr. Acklen being withdrawn.- For Dr. Fearn, 43.- Dr. Moore, 31.

Those who voted for Dr. Fearn are, Mr. President, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Crabb, Earle, Irwin, Jackson, Jones, Merriwether, Miller, Powell, Shackleford, Sullivan- Rep's Anderson, Bell, Bradford, Bridges, Bonnell, Collier, Conner, Cook, Coopwood, Craig, Daniel, Dennis, Durrett, Edmondson, Higgins, Lawler, Lewis, Martin, McVay of Laud. Moore of mad. Rather, Richardson, Ross, Robertson, Sargent, Smith of mad. Vaughan and Vining.

Those who voted for Dr. Moore are, messrs. Casey, Evans, Hubbard, McCamey, Moore. Rep's Mr. Speaker, Broadnax, Clark, Colgin, Davis, Ellis, Greening, Harris, Jack, Kelly, Massey, McRae of F. Moore of J. Perkins, Price, Rainey, Russell, Sharp, Smith of C. Stone, Tarver, Terry, Walthal, Ward, Weisinger and Wiggins.

Dr. Thomas Fearn having received a majority of votes was declared to be duly elected a Trustee from the fifth Circuit.

The two houses then proceeded to elect two Trustees of the University from the sixth Judicial circuit.- Dixon R. Lewis and Nimrod E. Benson, being in nomination.

Those who voted for messrs. Lewis and Benson are,- Mr. President, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Earle, Evans, Hubbard, Irwin, Jackson, Jones, McCamey, Merriwether, Miller, Moore, Powell, Shackleford.- Reps.  Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Anderson, Bell, Bradford, Brown, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Clark, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Cook, Coopwood, Craig, Daniel, Davis, Dennis, Durrett, Duke, Ellis, Edmondson, Greening, Harris, Higgins, Jack, Kelly, Lawler, Martin, McVay of Laud. Massey, McRae of F. Moore of J. Moore of mad. Perkins, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Ross, Robertson, Russell, Sargent, Sharp, Smith of cl. Smith of mad. Stone, Tarver, Terry, Vaughan, Walker, Walthal, Weisinger and Wiggins.


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Dixon H. Lewis and Nimrod E. Benson were therefore declared to be duly elected Trustees of the University from the sixth Judicial circuit.

The two houses then proceeded to elect two Trustees from the seventh Judicial circuit.

Thomas Wooldrige Quin Morton & Jesse Vanhoose being in nomination

For Mr. Vanhoose, 58- Mr. Morton 43- Mr. Wooldridge, 34.

Those who voted for Mr. Vanhoose are Mr. President, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Casey, Earle, Hubbard, Irwin, Jackson, McCamey, Merriwether, Miller, Moore, Powell, Shackleford, Sullivan, Rep's Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Anderson, Bell, Bradford, Brown, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Clark, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Cook, Coopwood, Craig, Daniel, Davis, Dennis, Duke, Ellis, Edmondson, Greening, Higgins, Jack, Kelly, Lawler, Lewis, Martin, McVay of Laud. Massey, Moore of J. Perkins, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Robertson, Russell, Sargent, Sharp, Smith of C. Smith of mad. Stone, Tarver, Terry, Vining, Walker, Walthal, Weisinger and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Mr. Morton are, Mr. President, Barton, Brown, Earle, Jackson, Jones, McCamey, Powell, Shackleford. Rep's Mr. Speaker, Bell, Broadnax, Bonnell, Colgin, Collier, Cook, Craig, Davis, Durrett, Edmondson, Harris, Jack, Lawler, Lewis, Martin, McRae of F. Perkins, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Ross, Robertson, Russell, Sharp, Stone, Smith of mad. Tarver, Terry, Vaughan, Walthal, Weisinger and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Mr. Wooldridge are, messrs. Ashe, Casey, Evans, Hubbard, Irwin, Merriwether, Miller, Moore, Sullivan. - Rep's Acklen, Anderson, Bradford, Brown, Bridges, Clark, Conner, Coopwood, Daniel, Dennis, Durrett, Duke, Greening, Higgins, Kelly, McVay of Laud. Massey, McRae of F. Moore of J. Moore of mad. Sargent, Smith of C. Vaughan, Vining and Walker.

Jessee Vanhoose and Quin Mortin having received a majority of the whole number of votes, were declared by Mr. Speaker, to be duly elected Trustees of the University from the seventh Judicial circuit. The elections being completed, the Senate withdrew; and the House adjourned until to-morrow morning half past 9 o'clock.