Saturday, Dec. 29th, 1827.

The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.

Mr. Moore presented the petition of sundry citizens of Marion County praying the passage of a law appointing commissioners to lay out a public road through said county; which was referred to the committee on roads, bridges and ferries to consider and report thereon.

Mr. Hubbard obtained leave to introduce a bill to be entitled, an act regulating the duties of Attorneys at law, and for other purposes; which was read and ordered to a second reading on Monday next.

Mr. Earle from the committee on Inland Navigation to which was referred the memorial of the Commissioners appointed by an act of the last Session, to receive subscriptions for the stock of the Muscle shoals Canal company, reported a bill to be entitled, an act to repeal in part and amend an act entitled, an act to incorporate the Muscle Shoal Canal company; which was read, and ordered to a second reading on Monday next.

Mr. Earle from the same committee to which was referred the same memorial, reported a bill to be entitled, an act for the appointment of an Engineer to make a survey and estimate of the expense of opening the Muscle shoals in the Tennessee river, which was read and ordered to a second reading on Monday next.

Mr. Earle from the same committee to which was referred the same subject reported, a memorial to the Congress of the United States praying for a donation of the unsold and relinquished lands in the Huntsville land district, for the improvement of the navigation of the Tennessee river; which was read and ordered to a second reading on Monday next.

Mr. Shackleford from the committee on Schools & Colleges and School & College Lands to which was referred a bill to be entitled, an act to authorize James Mahan, William Lovelady, John Gardner and Ransom Davis to enter certain quantity of University land for the purpose therein mentioned, reported the same without amendment. The bill was

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then read the third time and passed.

Ordered; that it be returned to the House of Representatives.

Mr. Barton from the committee on the Judiciary to which was referred a bill to be entitled, an act to legalize registering certain deeds or conveyances of the land in this State reported a substitute for the original bill by way of amendment which was concurred in.

Ordered, that the bill be engrossed and made the order of the day for a third reading on Monday next.

Mr. Barton from the same committee to which was referred a bill entitled, an act regulating the fees of Sheriffs, Clerks, Attorneys and other officers therein named, reported the same without amendment.

Ordered, that the bill lie on the table till Monday next.

Mr. Barton from the same committee to which was referred a resolution instructing them to enquire into the expediency of procuring for the use of the citizens of this state one copy of the acts of the Congress of the United States to be deposited in the office of the Clerks of the county courts of the several counties, reported a bill to be entitled, an act to provide the Clerks of the several counties in this State with copies of the acts of the present and each succeeding Congress of the United States and for other purposes; which was read and ordered to a second reading on Monday next.

Mr. Barton from the same committee to which was referred a bill from the House of Representatives entitled, an act to provide for the more speedy trial of chancery causes, reported, that it would be inexpedient in the opinion of the committee to pass the bill; which was concurred in.

Mr. Powell from the Joint committee on enrolled bills reported as correctly enrolled, an act to alter the boundaries of certain counties therein named; which was accordingly signed by the President.

Mr. Barton called up the bill to be entitled, an act to provide for the translation and preservation of the Spanish Records of this State, and moved to strike out all the bill after the enacting clause and to substitute another in lieu thereof; which was carried.

Ordered, that the bill as amended be engrossed and made the order of the day for a third reading on Monday net.

Mr. Jackson offered the following resolution: Resolved, That a committee be appointed to enquire whether the Public Printer, has neglected to perform his duty under the orders of this House, and if he has been guilty of such neglect to report to this House such remedy as they may think necessary to insure the faithful performance of the Public Printing; which was adopted, whereupon Messrs. Jackson, Casey and Shackleford were appointed the committee.

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

Mr. President the House of Representatives have passed a bill which originated in the Senate entitled, an act to provide for the location of the University of the State of Alabama, and have amended the same as herewith shewn. In which amendment they desire your concurrence.

They have also passed bills which originated in the House of Representatives entitled, an act to regulate the inspection of Tobacco in this State; 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 locate the seat of Justice in the county of Tuskaloosa; and an act for the relief of Caswell R. Clifton Tax-Collector of Madison County- In all of which they desire your concurrence.


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They concur in the amendment made by the Senate to the Resolution proposing to go into the election of Judge of the county court of Autauga County to-day by striking out “three,” and inserting “one o'clock”.

Mr. Abercrombie moved to amend the amendment made by the House of Representatives to the bill entitled an act to provide for the location of the University of the State of Alabama, by striking out the words “thirty first of December” the day on which the bill provides that the location shall be made by Joint vote of both houses and insert the “twenty-ninth day of December at 4 o'clock P. M;” which was carried.

Mr. Jackson moved further to amend the amendment made by the House to the bill by striking out the words “within fifteen miles” where the amendment authorizes the Trustees to erect the building within “fifteen miles” of the place selected, and to insert in lieu thereof the words “within five miles,” which was lost.

Ordered, that the Senate concur in the remainder of the amendments made by the House of Representatives to the bill.

Ordered, that the Secretary acquaint the House of Representatives therewith.

Bill from  the House of Representatives entitled, an act to authorize the raising of three thousand dollars for the purpose of building a Bridge across Shoal creek; and, 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, were severally read the first time and ordered to a second reading on Monday next.

Mr. Crabb obtained leave to introduce a bill entitled, an act to establish an office of Discount and Deposit of the Bank of the State of Alabama in the northern part of this State; which was read. The rule requiring bills to be read on three several days being dispensed with, the bill was read the second time forthwith.

Mr. Crabb moved to amend the bill by adding the following words “Provided said office of Discount and Deposit shall be located in some Town within seven miles of the Tennessee river” which was lost.- Yeas 9, nays 11.

The yeas and nays being desired, those who voted in the affirmative are, Mr. President, Barton, Brown, Crabb, Earle, Jackson, Jones, Shackleford, and Skinner.

Those who voted in the negative are, Messrs. Ashe, Casey, Evans, Hubbard, Irwin, McCamy, Merriwether, Miller, Moore, Powell and Sullivan.

Mr. Jackson moved to amend the bills by striking out the county of “Lauderdale” wherever it occurs in the bill.

Mr. Davis having substituted Mr. Casey in the chair moved to amend Mr. Jackson's motion by striking from the bill the county of Limestone wherever it occurs.

Mr. Crabb moved further to amend the motion by striking from the bill the county of “Morgan” wherever it occurs.

Mr. Skinner moved further to amend the motion by striking from the bill the county of “Franklin” wherever it occurs.

Mr. Sullivan moved that the Senate adjourn till one o'clock to day; which was lost.- Yeas 4, nays 16.

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

Messrs. McCamy, Miller, Shackleford, and Sullivan.

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Brown, Casey, Crabb, Earle, Evans, Hubbard, Irwin, Jackson, Jones, Merriwether, Moore, Powell, and Skinner.

Mr. Hubbard moved that the bill entitled, an act to establish an office of Discount and Deposit of the Bank of the State of Alabama in the northern part of this State, lie on the table till Monday next; which was lost.- Yeas 8, nays 13.

The yeas and nays being desired, those who voted in the affirmative are Messrs. Casey, Evans, Hubbard, Irwin, McCamy, Merriwether, Miller and Sullivan.

Those who voted in the negative are, Mr. President, Abercrombie, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Crabb, Earle, Jackson, Jones, Moore, Powell, Shackleford, and Skinner.

The question was then put on the motions to amend Mr. Jackson's motion by striking from the bill the counties of "Limestone, Morgan and Franklin" and determined in the affirmative- Yeas 13, nays 8.

The yeas and nays being desired, those who voted in the affirmative are, Mr. President, Abercrombie, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Crabb, Earle, Irwin, Jackson, Jones, Powell, Shackleford and Skinner.

Those who voted in the negative are Messrs. Casey, Evans, Hubbard, McCamy, Merriwether, Miller, Moore and Sullivan.

Mr. Crabb then moved that the bill lie on the table till the third Monday in November next; which was carried.- Yeas 15, nays 6.

The yeas and nays being desired, those who voted in the affirmative are, Mr. President, Abercrombie, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Earle, Irwin, Jackson, Jones, Merriwether, Moore, Shackleford, and Skinner.

Those who voted in the negative are Messrs. Evans, Hubbard, McCamy, Miller, Powell and Sullivan.

A message was received from the House of Representatives by Mr. Tunstall their clerk inviting the Senate to assemble in the Representative Hall for the purpose of going into the election of a Judge of the county court of Autauga County according to a previous resolution, whereupon the members of the Senate repaired to the Representative Hall and having taken their seats, and the object of the meeting being announced by the President- the two Houses proceeded to elect a Judge of the county court of Autauga County.

Alwin A. McWhorter alone being in nomination.

Those who voted for Alwin A. McWhorter are, Mr. President, Abercrombie, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Earle, Hubbard, Irwin, Jackson, Jones, McCamy, Merriwether, Miller, Moore, Powell, Shackleford, Skinner, Sullivan, of the Senate. Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Anderson, Bell, Bradford, Brown, Broadnax, Bonnell, Clark, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Cook, Coopwood, Craig, Daniel, Davis, Dennis, Durrett, Duke, Edmondson, Forrest, Greening, Harris, Higgins, Jack, Kelly, Lewis,  Martin, McVay of Laud. McVay of Law. Massey, McRae of Frank. Moore of Jack. Moore of mad. Perkins, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Ross, Robertson, Russell, Sargent, Sharp, Smith of clark. Stone, Terry, Vaughan, Vining, Walker, Walthal, Ward, Weisinger, & Wiggins- 74.

Alwin A. McWhorter having received all the votes present Mr. Speaker therefore declared him duly elected Judge of the county court for Autauga County.

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Mr. Hubbard from the committee on the Judiciary to which was referred a bill to be entitled, an act for the relief Wyatt Cheatham, reported a substitute as an amendment to the bill which was agreed to.

Ordered, that the bill lie on the table till Monday next.

And then the Senate adjourned till 4 o'clock this evening.

Evening Session December, 29th 1827.

A message from the House of Representatives by Mr. Tunstall their clerk- Mr. President, the House of Representatives concur in the amendment made by the Senate to their amendment to the bill entitled, an act to provide for the location of the University of the State of Alabama.

Mr. Powell from the Joint committee on enrolled bills reported as correctly enrolled an act to provide for the location of the University of the State of Alabama- which was accordingly signed by Mr. President.

On motion of Mr. Barton, ordered that Mr. Abercrombie have leave of absence from the Senate for the remainder of the Session after to-day.

A message from the Governor by J. I. Thornton Esq. Mr. President, the Governor did on this day approve and sign an act to provide for the location of the University of the State of Alabama- which originated in the Senate.

A message from the House of Representatives by Mr. Tunstall their clerk- Mr. President, the House of Representatives have adopted the following resolution: Resolved, That the Senate be informed that the House of Representatives in now ready to receive them for the purpose of going into the election of a site for the University- whereupon the members of the Senate repaired to the Hall of the House of Representatives and after having taken the seats assigned them- Mr. President, arose and announced the object of the meeting - when the two Houses proceeded by Joint vote to the selection of a site for the University of the State of Alabama pursuant to the provisions of an act of the present Session.

The University lands near Gages; Greensborough in Greene County; LaGrange in Franklin County; Athens in Limestone County; Montevallo in Shelby County; Honeycomb Springs in Jackson County; Sommerville in Morgan County; Moulton in Lawrence County; Davis's in Autauga County; Greenville in Butler County; Tuskaloosa, Elyton & Village Springs being in nomination. The votes stood thus.- For Gages 4- Greensborough 6.- LaGrange 4- Athens 12- Montevallo 7. - Honeycomb Springs 5.- Sommerville 4.- Moulton 4.- Davis's 22. - Greenville 1- Tuskaloosa 11:- Elyton 4.--Village Spring none.

Those who voted for locating the University at or near Gage's are, Messrs. Sullivan, one of the Senate. Smith of C. Walthal, and Weisinger, of the House of Representatives.

Those who voted for Greensborough are, Mr. Merriwether, Rep's Anderson, Colgin, Rainey, Richardson, and Ross.

Those who voted for Lagrange are, Mr. Skinner. Rep's Kelly, McRae of Frank. and Sargent.

Those who voted for Athens are, Mr. President, Rep's. Acklen, Bell, Craig, Durrett, Edmondson, Martin, McVay of Laud. Moore of Mad. Robertson, Smith of Mad. and Vining.

Those who voted for Montevallo are, Messrs. Ashe, Shackleford, Rep's Bradford, Clark, Harris, Lawler and Massey.

Those who voted for Honeycomb Springs in Jackson County are, Messrs. McCamy, Miller, Rep's Moore of J. Price, and Russell.

Those who voted for Sommerville are, messrs Crabb, Evans. Rep's Messrs. Rather and Vaughan.


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Those who voted for Moulton are, messrs Hubbard. Rep's.  Coopwood, Daniel, McVay of Law.

Those who voted for Davis's are, messrs. Abercrombie, Barton, Casey, Irwin, Rep's Mr. Speaker, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Cook, Davis, Dennis, Greening, Higgins, Lewis, McRae of mon. Sharp, Sibley, Tarver, Terry, Walker, Ward, and Wiggins.

Mr. Jones voted for Greenville.

Those who voted for Tuskaloosa are, messrs. Earle, Jackson, Moore and Powell, Rep's. messrs. Collier, Conner, Duke, Ellis, Jack, Perkins & Stone.

Those who voted for Elyton are, messrs. Brown, Rep's Brown, Forrest and Paulding.

Neither of the places in nomination having received a majority of the whole number of votes the two House proceeded to vote a second time for a site for the location of the University. The vote stood thus- For Gages, 4- Greensborough 5- Lagrange 7.- Athens 15.- Mountevallo 7. Honeycomb Springs 2.- Sommerville 3.- Davis 24.- Tuskaloosa 12.-  Elyton 4- Village Springs 1.-

Those who voted for Gage's are, Messrs. Sullivan, Rep's Smith of C. Walthal and Weisinger.

Those who voted for Greensborough are, Messrs. Merriwether, Rep's. Anderson, Colgin; Rainey and Richardson.

Those who voted for Lagrange are, Messrs. Skinner. Rep's. Coopwood, Craig, Daniel, McVay of Law. McRae of Frank. Sargent.

Those who voted for Athens are Mr. President, Miller, Hubbard, Rep's. Acklen, Bell, Durrett, Edmondson, Kelly, Martin, McVay of Laud. Moore, of mad. Robertson, Russell, Smith of mad. Vining.

Those who voted for Montevallo are, Messrs. Shackleford, Ashe. Rep's. Bradford, Clark, Harris, Lawler, Massey.

Those who voted for Honeycomb Springs are, Messrs. McCamy, and Moore of Jack.

Those who voted for Sommerville are, Mr. Crabb. Rep's. Messrs. Rather and Vaughan.

Those who voted for Davis are, Messrs. Abercrombie, Barton, Casey, Evans, Irwin, Jones. Rep's. Mr. Speaker, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Cook, Davis, Dennis, Greening, Higgins, Lewis, McRae of mon. Sharp, Sibley, Tarver, Terry, Walker, Ward, and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Tuskaloosa are, Messrs. Earle, Jackson, Moore, Powell, Rep's Collier, Conner, Duke, Ellis, Jack, Perkins, Ross, Stone.

Those who voted for Elyton are, Messrs. Brown. Rep's Brown, Forrest and Paulding.

Mr. Price voted for Village Springs.

Neither of the places in nomination having received a majority of the whole number of votes the two Houses proceeded to vote a third time for a site for the location of the University of Greensborough being withdrawn. The votes stood thus- Gages 4. - Lagrange 9- Athens 17.- Montevallo 8. - Davis' 24.- Elyton 5.- Tuskaloosa 17.

Those who voted for Gages are Mr. Sullivan. Rep's Smith of C. Walthal, and Weisinger.

Those who voted for Lagrange are, Messrs. Crabb, Hubbard, Skinner, Rep's. Coopwood, Daniel, McRae of F. McVay of Laud. Rather, Sargent.

Those who voted for Athens are, Mr. President, Miller, Rep's Acklen, Bell, Craig, Durret, Edmondson, Kelly, Martin, McVay of Law. Moore of mad. Price, Robertson, Russell, Smith of mad. Vaughan, and Vining.

Those who voted for Montevallo are, Messrs. Ashe, Shackleford. Rep's Bradford, Clark, Harris, Lawler, Massey, Moore of Jack.


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Those who voted for Davis in Autauga County are, Messrs. Abercrombie, Barton, Casey, Evans, Irwin, Jones. Rep's. Mr. Speaker, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Cook, Davis, Dennis, Greening, Higgins, Lewis, McRae of mon. Sharp, Sibley, Tarver, Terry, Walker, Ward, Wiggins.

Those who voted for Tuskaloosa are, Messrs. Earle, Jackson, Merriwether, Moore, Powell. Rep's. Messrs. Anderson, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Duke, Ellis, Jack, Perkins, Rainey, Richardson, Ross and Stone.

Those who voted for Elyton are, Messrs. Brown, McCamy Rep's Brown, Forrest, Paulding.

No one place having received a majority of the whole number of votes the two Houses proceeded to vote a fourth time for a site on which to locate the University. The votes stood thus. - Gages 3. - Lagrange 4.- Athens 22.- Montevallo 10- Davis 24.- Tuskaloosa 18.- Elyton 3.

Those who voted to locate the University at or near Gages are, Messrs. Smith of clark. Walthal, and Weisinger of the House of Rep's.

Those who voted for Lagrange are, Messrs. Crabb, Skinner. Rep's. McRae of Frank. and Sargent.

Those who voted for Athens are, Mr. President, Hubbard, Miller. Rep's. Acklen, Bell, Coopwood, Craig, Daniel, Durrett, Edmondson, Kelly, Martin, McVay of Law. McVay of Laud. Moore of mad. Price, Rather, Robertson, Russell, Smith of mad. Vaughan, Vining.

Those who voted for Montevallo are, Messrs Ashe, McCamy, Shackleford. Rep's Bradford, Clark, Harris, Lawler, Massey, Moore of Jack.

Those who voted for Davis in Autauga County are Messrs. Abercrombie, Barton, Casey, Evans, Irwin, Jones. Rep's. Mr. Speaker, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Cook, Davis, Dennis, Greening, Higgins, Lewis, McRae of mon. Sharp, Sibley, Tarver, Terry, Walker, Ward & Wiggins.

Those who voted for Tuskaloosa are, Messrs. Earle, Jackson, Merriwether, Moore, Powell, Rep's.  Anderson, Brown, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Duke, Ellis, Jack, Perkins, Rainey, Richardson, Ross, Stone.

Those who voted for Elyton are, Mr. Brown, Rep's Forrest, and Paulding.

No place in nomination having received a majority of the whole number, the two Houses proceeded to vote a fifth time for a site on which to locate the University. Gage's place being withdrawn, the votes stood thus: La Grange 4: Athens 20: Montevallo 10: Davis 25: Tuscaloosa 20: Elyton 5: Those who voted to locate the University at La Grange are, Messrs. Hubbard, Skinner; Rep's McRae of Frank, and Sargent.

Those who voted for Athens are: Mr. President, Miller, McVay of Law. McVay of Laud. Moore of mad. Price, Rather, Robertson, Russell, Smith of mad. Vaughan, Vining.

Those who voted for Montevallo are Messrs. Ashe, McCamy, Shackleford, Bradford, Clark, Harris, Lawler, Massey, Moore of Jack.

Those who voted Davis in Autauga, are Messrs. Abercrombie, Barton, Casey, Evans, Irwin, Jones Rep's. Messrs. Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Cook, Davis, Dennis, Greening, Higgins, Lewis, McRae of mon. Sharp, Sibley, Tarver, Terry, Walker, Walthall, Ward, Weisinger and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Tuscaloosa are, Messrs. Crabb, Earle, Jackson, Merriwether, Moore, Powell. Rep's Mr. Speaker, Anderson, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Duke, Ellis, Jack, Perkins, Rainey, Richardson, Ross, Smith of Clarke and Stone.

Those who voted for Elyton are Messrs. Brown, Rep's Messrs. Brown, Forrest, Kelly and Paulding.

No one place having received the requisite majority the two Houses proceeded to vote a sixth time for a site on which to locate the University.

The votes stood thus- For Lagrange 3. - Athens 22. - Montevallo 9.-Davis 25.- Tuskaloosa 20.- Elyton 5.

Those who voted for Lagrange as a suitable site are, Mr. Skinner. Rep's Messrs. McRae of Frank. & Sargent.

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Edmondson, Kelly, Martin, McVay of Laud. McVay of Law. Moore of mad. Price, Rather, Robertson, Russell, Smith of mad. Vaughan, and Vining.

Those who voted for Montevallo are,

Messrs. Ashe, McCamy, Shackleford, Sullivan. Rep's Messrs. Clark, Harris, Lawler, Massey, Moore of Jack.

Those who voted for Davis are,

Mr. Abercrombie, Barton, Casey, Evans, Irwin, Jones, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Cook, Davis, Dennis, Greening, Higgins, Lewis, McRae of Mon. Sharp, Sibley, Tarver, Terry, Walker, Walthal, Ward, Weisinger and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Tuskaloosa are,

Messrs. Crabb, Earle, Jackson, Merriwether, Moore, Powell.  Rep's Mr. Speaker, Anderson, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Duke, Ellis, Jack, Perkins, Rainey, Richardson, Ross, Smith of Clarke, Stone.

Those who voted for Elyton are,

Mr. Brown, Rep's Messrs. Bradford, Brown, Forrest and Paulding.

No place received the requisite majority. Mr. McCamy then moved that the Senate withdraw to their own chamber which was lost.- Yeas 7. nays 13.

The yeas and nays being desired on the motion, those who voted in the affirmative are Mr. President, Hubbard, Irwin, Jones, McCamy, Skinner, Sullivan.

Those who voted in the negative are Messrs. Abercrombie, Ashe, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Earle, Evans, Jackson, Merriwether, Miller, Moore, Powell, Shackleford.

The two Houses proceeded to vote a seventh time for a site on which to locate the University.

The votes stood thus. For Lagrange 3.- Athens 22.- Montevallo 6- Davis 27- Tuskaloosa 22.- Elyton 4.-

Those who voted for Lagrange as a site for the University are, messrs. Skinner, McRae of Franklin, and Sargent.

Those who voted for Athens are Mr. President, Hubbard, Miller, Rep's. Acklen, Bell, Coopwood, Craig, Danniel, Durrett, Edmondson, Kelly, Martin, McVay of Law. McVay of Laud. Moore of mad. Price, Rather, Robertson, Russell, Smith of mad. Vaughan, Vining.

Those who voted for Montevallo are messrs. McCamy, Shackleford. Rep's messrs. Clark, Lawler, Massey, Moore of Jack.

Those who voted for Davis' in Autauga are messrs. Abercrombie, Ashe, Barton, Casey, Evans, Irwin, Jones, Sullivan. Rep's messrs. Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Cook, Davis, Dennis, Harris, Higgins, Lewis, McRae of mon. Sharp, Sibley, Tarver, Terry, Walker, Walthal, Ward, Weisinger & Wiggins.

Those who voted for Tuskaloosa are messrs. Brown, Crabb, Earle, Jackson, Merriwether, Moore, Powell, Rep's Mr. Speaker, Anderson, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Duke, Ellis, Greening, Jack, Perkins, Rainey, Richardson, Ross, Smith of C. and Stone.

Those who voted for Elyton are messrs. Bradford, Brown, Forrest & Paulding.

No one of the places in nomination having received the requisite number of votes the two Houses proceeded to vote the eighth time for a site on which to locate the University. The votes stood thus.- For Lagrange -5. Athens 19- Montevallo 6. - Davis 30.- Tuskaloosa 21.- Elyton -3.

Those who voted to locate the University of Lagrange are Messrs. Hubbard, Skinner. Rep's Duke, McRae of F. and Sargent.

Those who voted for Athens are Mr. President Miller. Rep's Messrs. Acklen, Bell, Coopwood, Craig, Daniel, Durrent, Edmondson, Marton, McVay of Law. McVay of Laud. Moore of mad. Price, Robertson, Russell, Smith of mad. Vaughan and Vining.


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Those who voted for Montevallo are Messrs. McCamy, Shackleford, Rep's Messrs. Clark, Lawler, Massey, Moore of Jackson.

Those who voted for Davis in Autauga are Messrs. Abercrombie, Ashe, Barton, Casey, Evans, Irwin, Jones, Sullivan. Rep's Messrs. Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Cook, Davis, Dennis, Greening, Harris, Higgins, Lewis, McRae of mon. Ross, Sharp, Sibley, Stone, Tarver, Terry, Walker, Walthal, Ward, Weisinger and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Tuskaloosa are messrs Brown, Crabb, Earle, Jackson, Merriwether, Moore, Powell. Rep's Mr. Speaker, Anderson, Brown, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Ellis, Jack, Kelly, Perkins, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Smith of Clark.

Those who voted for locating the University at Elyton are Messrs. Bardford, Forrest and Paulding.

Neither of the places in nomination having received a majority of the whole number the two Houses proceeded to vote the ninth time for a place on which to locate the University. The votes stood thus.- For Lagrange 8- Athens 20.- Montevallo 5.- Davis 30.- Tuskaloosa -21.

Those who voted to locate the University at Lagrange are messrs. Hubbard, McCamy, Skinner. Rep's messrs. Duke, McRae of Frank. Moore of J. Rather, Sargent.

Those who voted for Athens are Mr. President, Miller, Acklen, Bell, Coopwood, Craig, Daniel, Durrett, Edmondson, Kelly, Martin, McVay of Law. McVay of Laud. Moore of mad. Price, Robertson, Russell, Smith of mad. Vaughan and Vining.

Those who voted for Montevallo are messrs. Shackleford, Bradford, Clark, Lawler and Massey.

Those who voted for Davis' in Autauga County are messrs. Abercrombie, Ashe, Barton, Casey, Evans, Irwin, Jones, Sullivan. Rep's. messrs. Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Cook, Davis, Dennis, Greening, Harris, Higgins, Lewis, McRae of mon. Ross, Sharp, Sibley, Stone, Tarver, Terry, Walker, Walthal, Ward, Weisinger and Wiggins.

Those who voted to locate the University at Tuskaloosa are messrs. Brown, Crabb, Earle, Jackson, Merriwether, Moore, Powell. Rep's Mr. Speaker, Anderson, Brown, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Ellis, Forrest, Jack, Paulding, Perkins, Rainey, Richardson, Smith of C.

Neither of the places in nomination having receive a majority of the whole number the two Houses proceeded to vote the tenth time for a site on which to locate the University. The votes stood thus.- Lagrange -7. Athens 20.- Montevallo 8. - Davis 31- Tuskaloosa 18.

Those who voted for locating the University at Lagrange are Messrs. Crabb, Hubbard, Skinner, Duke, McRae of F. Price & Sargent.

Those who voted for locating the University at Athens are Mr. President, Jackson, Miller. Rep's messrs Acklen, Bell, Coopwood, Craig, Daniel, Durrett, Edmondson, Kelly, Martin, McVay of Law. McVay of Laud. Moore of mad. Robertson, Russell, Smith of mad. Vaughan & Vining.

Those who voted for Montevallo are messrs. McCamy, Shackleford, Bradford, Clark, Lawler, Massey, Moore of J. and Rather.

Those who voted for locating the University at Davis' in Autauga County are messrs. Abercrombie, Ashe, Barton, Casey, Earle, Evans, Irwin, Jones, Sullivan. Rep's Mr. Speaker, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Cook, Davis, Dennis, Greening, Harris, Higgins, Lewis, McRae of mon. Sharpe, Sibley, Stone, Tarver, Terry, Walker, Walthal, Ward, Weisinger & Wiggins

Those who voted for locating the University at Tuskaloosa are messrs. Brown, Merriwether, Moore, Powell. Rep's. Anderson, Brown, Colgin, Col-

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lier, Conner, Ellis, Forrest, Jack, Paulding, Perkins, Rainey, Richardson, Ross, Smith of C.

No place received a majority of whole number of votes.

Mr. McCamy moved that the Senate withdraw to their own chamber it being 20 minutes after 7 o'clock P. M; which was lost. - yeas 7 nays 14.

The yeas and nays being desired those who voted in the affirmative are Mr. President, Hubbard, McCamy, Miller, Powell, Skinner, Sullivan.

Those who voted in the negative are Messrs. Abercrombie, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Earle, Evans, Irwin, Jackson, Jones, Merriwether, Moore and Shackleford.

The two Houses then proceeded to vote the eleventh time for a site on which to locate the University. The votes stood thus- For Lagrange 3- Athens 23.- Montevallo 8.- Davis' 30- Tuskaloosa 21.

Those who voted to locate the University at Lagrange are messrs. Duke, McRae of F. and Sargent.

Those who voted for Athens are Mr. President, Hubbard, Jackson, Miller, Skinner. Rep's. Acklen, Bell, Coopwood, Craig, Daniel, Durrett, Edmondson, Martin, McVay of Law. McVay of Laud. Moore of mad. Price, Rather, Robertson, Russell, Smith of mad. Vaughan, Vining.

Those who voted for Montevallo are messrs. Brown, McCamy, Shakleford. Rep's. messrs. Bradford, Clark, Lawler, Massey, Moore of J.

Those who voted for Davis' in Autauga County are messrs. Abercrombie, Ashe, Barton, Casey, Evans, Irwin, Jones, Sullivan. Rep's Mr. Speaker, Anderson, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Cook, Davis, Dennis, Greening, Harris, Higgins, Lewis, McRae of mon. Sharp, Sibley, Stone, Tarver, Terry, Walker, Walthal, Ward, Weisinger and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Tuskaloosa are Messrs. Crabb, Earle, Merriwether, Moore, Powell. Rep's Messrs. Brown, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Ellis, Forrest, Jack, Kelly, Paulding, Perkins, Rainey, Richardson, Ross, Smith of clark.

Neither of the places in nomination had a majority of the whole number. Mr. Crabb moved that the Senate withdraw to their own chamber;  which was lost.-Yeas 10, nays 11.

The yeas and nays being desired those who voted in the affirmative are Mr. President Brown Crabb Hubbard McCamy Miller Moore Powell Skinner and Sullivan.

Those who voted in the negative are Messrs. Abercrombie, Ashe, Barton, Casey, Earle, Evans, Irwin, Jackson, Jones, Merriwether and Shackleford.

Mr. Moore then moved that the Senate retire to their own chamber; which was lost- yeas 8, nays 13.

The yeas and nays being desired those who voted in the affirmative are Mr. President, Crabb, Hubbard, McCamy, Moore, Powell, Skinner, Sullivan.

Those who voted in the negative are messrs. Abercrombie, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Casey, Earle, Evans, Irwin, Jackson, Jones, Merriwether, Miller and Shackleford.

The two Houses then proceeded to vote the twelfth time for a site on which to locate the University. The votes stood thus.- For Lagrange 4- Athens 20.- Montevallo 4.- Davis 40.- Tuskaloosa 16.

Those who voted for Lagrange are Messrs. Skinner, Duke, McRae of Frank and Sargent.

Those who voted to locate the University at Athens are Mr. President, Hubbard, Miller. Rep's. Messrs. Acklen, Bell, Coopwood, Craig, Daniel, Durrett, Edmondson, Martin, McVay of Law. McVay of Laud. Moore of mad. Price, Robertson, Russell, Smith of mad. Vaughan, Vining.

Those who voted for Montevallo are Messrs. McCamy, Bradford, Clark, Lawler.


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Those who voted for locating the University at Davis' are Messrs. Abercrombie, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Casey, Earle, Irwin, Jackson, Jones, Shackleford, Sullivan. Rep's. Mr. Speaker, Anderson, Brown, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Cook, Davis, Dennis, Greening, Harris, Higgins, Kelly, Lewis, Massey, McRae of mon. Moore of Jack. Ross, Sharp, Sibly, Stone, Tarver, Terry, Walker, Walthal, Ward, Weisinger & Wiggins.

Those who voted for locating the University at Tuskaloosa are Messrs. Crabb, Merriwether, Moore, Powell. Rep's. Messrs. Colgin, Collier, Conner, Ellis, Forrest, Jack, Paulding, Perkins, Rainey, Rather, Richardson Smith of clark.

Neither of the places in nomination received a majority of the whole number of votes. Mr. Crabb moved that the Senate retire to their own chamber; which was lost- Yeas 9, nays 12.

The yeas and nays being desired those who voted in the affirmative are Mr. President, Crabb, Hubbard, McCamy, Miller, Moore, Powell, Skinner, Sullivan.

Those who voted in the negative are Messrs. Abercrombie, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Casey, Earle, Evans, Irwin, Jackson, Jones, Merriwether & Shackleford.

The two Houses then proceeded to vote the thirteenth time for a site on which to locate the University. The votes stood thus.- For Lagrange 3. Athens 10.- Montevallo 4. – Davis’ 37.- Tuskaloosa 30.

Those who voted for Lagrange are Messrs. Davis, McRae of Frank and Sargent.

Those who voted for Athens are Messrs. Miller, Durrett, Edmondson, Martin, McVay of Law. McVay of Laud. Robertson, Smith of mad. Vaughan, Vining.

Those who voted for Montevallo are Messrs. Bradford, Clark, Lawler and Price.

Those who voted for Davis in Autauga County are Messrs. Abercrombie, Ashe, Barton, Casey, Evans, Irwin, Jones, McCamy, Shackleford, Sullivan. Rep's Mr. Speaker, Anderson, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Cook, Craig, Davis, Dennis, Greening, Harris, Higgins, Lewis, Massey, McRae of mon. Moore of J. Russell, Sharp, Sibley, Stone, Tarver, Terry, Walker, Walthal, Ward, Weissinger and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Tuskaloosa are Mr. President, Brown, Crabb, Earle, Hubbard, Jackson, Merriwether, Moore, Powell, Skinner. Rep's Acklen, Bell, Brown, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Coopwood, Duke, Ellis, Forrest, Jack, Kelly, Moore of Mad. Paulding, Perkins, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Ross, Smith of clark.

Neither of the places in nomination having received a majority of the whole number of votes the two Houses proceeded to vote the fourteenth time for a site on which to locate the University. Montevallo being withdrawn. The votes stood thus.- For Lagrange 3.- Athens 7.- Davis' 37. Tuskaloosa 36.

Those who voted for Lagrange are Messrs. Skinner, McRae of Franklin and Sargent.

Those who voted for Athens are Messrs. Hubbard, Miller. Rep's. Craig, Durrett, Martin, McVay of Laud. and Vaughan.

Those who voted for Davis' in Autauga are Messrs. Abercrombie, Ashe, Barton, Casey, Evans, Irwin, Jones, McCamy, Shackleford, Sullivan. Rep's Mr. Speaker, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Clark, Cook, Davis, Dennis, Greening, Harris, Higgins, Lawler, Lewis, Massey, McRae of mon. Moore of J. Price, Russell, Sharp, Sibley, Tarver, Terry, Walker, Walthal, Ward, Weisin-


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Those who voted for Tuskaloosa are Mr. President, Brown, Crabb, Earle, Jackson, Merriwether, Moore, Powell Rep's Acklen, Anderson, Bell, Bradford, Brown, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Coopwood, Daniel, Duke, Ellis, Edmondson, Forrest, Jack, Kelly, McVay of Law. Moore of mad. Paulding, Perkins, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Ross, Robertson, Smith of C. Smith of mad. Stone and Vining.

Neither of the places in nomination received a majority of the whole number of votes. Mr. Evans moved that the Senate retired to their own chamber; which was lost- Yeas 7, nays 14.

The yeas and nays being desired, those who voted in the affirmative are Messrs. Evans, Hubbard, Irwin, McCamy, Shackleford, Skinner & Sullivan.

Those who voted in the negative are Mr. President, Abercrombie, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Earle, Jackson, Jones, Merriwether, Miller, Moore and Powell.

The two Houses then proceeded to vote the fifteenth time for a site on which to locate University. The votes stood thus.- For Lagrange 2.- Athens 5.- Davis' 37- Tuskaloosa 40.

Those who voted for Lagrange are Messrs Craig and McRae of Frank.

Those who voted for Athens are Mr. Hubbard. Rep's. Daniel, Durret, McVay of Law. and Vaughan.

Those who voted for Davis' in Autauga County are Messrs. Abercrombie, Ashe, Barton, Casey, Evans, Irwin, Jones, McCamy, Shackleford. Rep's. Mr. Speaker, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Clark, Cook, Davis, Dennis, Greening, Harris, Higgins, Lawler, Lewis, Massey, McRae of mon. Moore of J. Price, Russell, Sharp, Sibley, Tarver, Terry, Walker, Walthal, Ward, Weisinger and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Tuskaloosa are Mr. President, Brown, Crabb, Earle, Jackson, Merriwether, Miller, Moore, Powell, Skinner. Rep's. Acklen, Anderson, Bell, Bradford, Brown, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Coopwood, Duke, Ellis, Edmondson, Forrest, Jack, Kelley, Martin, McVay of Law. Moore of mad. Paulding, Perkins, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Ross, Robertson, Sargent, Smith of clark Smith of mad. Stone, Vining.

Neither of the places in nomination having received a majority of the whole number the two Houses proceeded to vote the sixteenth time for a site on which to locate the University. The votes stood thus. - For Lagrange 10- Athens 3- Davis 28- Tuskaloosa 41.- Montevallo 1.

Those who voted for Lagrange are Messrs. McCamy, Skinner, Craig, Durrett, Lawler, McRae of Frank. Price, Rather, Sargent and Vaughan.

Those who voted for Athens are Mr. Hubbard. Rep's. McVay of Laud. McRae of mon.

Those who voted for Davis' in Autauga are Messrs. Abercrombie, Ashe, Barton, Casey, Evans, Irwin, Jones, Sullivan, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Cook, Davis, Dennis, Greening,  Higgins, Lewis, Massey, Russell, Sharp, Sibley, Tarver, Terry, Walker, Walthal, Ward, Weisinger & Wiggins.

Those who voted for Tuskaloosa are Mr. President, Brown, Crabb, Earle, Jackson, Merriwether, Miller, Moore, Powell  Rep's. Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Anderson, Bell, Bradford, Brown, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Coopwood, Daniel, Duke, Ellis, Edmondson, Forrest, Harris, Jack, Kelley, Martin, McVay of Law. Moore of J. Moore of mad. Paulding, Perkins, Rainey, Richardson, Ross, Robertson, Smith of C.  Smith of mad. Stone and Vining.

Mr. Shackleford voted for Montevallo.

No place having received a  majority of votes the two Houses proceeded to vote the Seventeenth time for a site on which to locate the University.


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The votes stood thus.- For Lagrange 15.- Athens 13.- Honeycomb Springs 1.- Davis' 3.- Tuskaloosa 35.- Montevallo 9.- Greensborough 3.- Bellefont 1.- Montecello 1.- Marion 1.-

Those who voted for Lagrange are Messrs. Skinner, Broadnax, Bonnell, Craig, Daniel, Kelly, Lawler, Lewis, McVay of Law. McRae of Frank. McRae of mon. Moore of mad. Sargent, Vaughan and Walker.

Those who voted for Athens are Mr. President, Hubbard. Rep's. Bell, Davis, Durrett, Edmondson, Martin, McVay of Laud. Robertson, Sharp, Smith of mad. Tarver, Terry.

For Honeycomb Springs Mr. Moore of J.

Those who voted for Davis' in Autauga are Messrs. Ashe, Casey and Jones.

Those who voted for Tuskaloosa are Messrs. Barton, Brown, Crabb, Earle, Evans, Jackson, Merriwether, Miller, Moore, Powell. Rep's Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Anderson, Bradford, Brown, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Coopwood, Duke, Ellis, Forrest, Greening, Harris, Jack, Paulding, Perkins, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Ross, Smith of clark Stone, Vining and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Montevallo are Messrs. Abercrombie, Irwin, Shackleford, Sullivan. Rep's Clark, Cook, Denni,s Massey and Sibley.

Those who voted for Greensborough are Messrs. Bridges, Price and Walthal.

Mr. McCamy voted for Bellefont.- Mr. Ward voted for Montecello.- and Mr. Weisinger for Marion.- No selection.

Mr. Shackleford moved that the Senate withdraw to their own chamber; which was lost.-- Yeas 8, nays 13.

The yeas and nays being desired those who voted in the affirmative are Messrs. Hubbard, Irwin, Jones, Miller, Moore, Shackleford, Skinner, Sullivan.

Those who voted in the negative are Mr. President, Abercrombie, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Earle, Evans, Jackson, McCamy, Merriwether and Powell.

The two Houses then proceeded to vote the eighteenth time for a site on which to locate the University of the State of Alabama.

The votes stood thus.- For Lagrange 12.- Athens 9.- Davis' 1.- Tuskaloosa 41- Montevallo 19.- Greensborough 1.- Bellefont 1.-

Those who voted for locating the University at Lagrange are Messrs. Abercrombie, Hubbard, Irwin, Shackleford, Skinner, Broadnax, Daniel, McRae of mon. McRae of Frank. Moore of mad. Sargent & Walthal.

Those who voted for locating the University at Athens are messrs. Bell, Craig, Durrett, Edmondson, Martin, McVay of Laud. Robertson, Tarver and Terry.

Mr. Higgins voted for Davis' in Autauga.

Those who voted for Tuskaloosa are Mr. President, Barton, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Earle, Evans, Jackson, Merriwether, Miller, Moore, Powell, McVay of Law. Paulding, Perkins, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Ross, Sibley, Smith of clark Smith of mad. Stone, Vining and Wiggins.

Those who voted for locating the University at Montevallo are Messrs. Ashe, Jones, Sullivan. Rep's Messrs. Bonnell, Clark, Cook, Davis, Dennis, Lawler, Lewis, McRae of mon. Moore of J. Price, Russell, Sharp, Vaughan, Walker, Ward, Weisinger.

Mr. McCamy voted for Bellefont, and Mr. Bridges voted for Greensborough.

No place having received a majority of the whole number of votes the two Houses proceeded to vote the nineteenth time for a site on which to locate the University. The votes stood thus.- For Lagrange 10.- Athens 5.- Davis' 2.- Tuskaloosa 47.- Montevallo 18. - Bellefont 1.


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Those who voted for locating the University at Lagrange are Messrs. Abercrombie, Hubbard, Irwin, Jones, Skinner. Rep's Broadnax, Daniel, Lewis, McRae of Frank. and Vaughan.

Those who voted for locating the University at Athens are Messrs. Bell, Durrett, Edmondson, McVay of Laud. & McRae of Monroe.

Those who voted for locating the University at Davis' in Autauga are Messrs. Bridges and Higgins.

Those who voted for locating the University at the Town of Tuskaloosa are Mr. President, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Earle, Evans, Jackson, Merriwether, Miller, Moore, Powell. Rep's. Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Anderson, Bradford, Brown, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Coopwood, Duke, Ellis, Forrest, Greening, Harris, Jack, Kelly, Martin, McVay of Law. Moore of J. Moore of mad. Paulding, Perkins, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Ross, Robertson, Sibley, Smith of clark Smith of mad. Stone, Tarver, Vining & Wiggins.

Those who voted for locating the University at Montevallo are Messrs. Shackleford, Sullivan. Rep's Bonnell, Clark, Cook, Craig, Davis, Dennis, Lawler, Massey, Price, Russell, Sargent, Sharp, Terry, Walker, Walthal and Ward.

Mr. McCamy voted for Bellefont.

The Town of Tuskaloosa having received a majority of the whole number of votes, was declared by Mr. Speaker to be duly elected as the site for the location of the University of the State of Alabama.

The selection having been made the Senate withdrew to their own chamber and Mr. President resumed the chair.

And then the Senate adjourned till Monday morning at 10 o'clock.