FRIDAY, JANUARY 11th, 1828.

The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.

Mr. Barton from the committee on the judiciary to which was referred a bill entitled and act to provide for taking depositions in certain cases, reported that it is inexpedient in the opinion of the committee to pass the bill; which was concurred in.

Mr. Barton from the same committee to whom was referred a bill entitled an act amendatory of the common law as herein after provided, reported that it is inexpedient to pass the bill; which was concurred in.

Mr. Barton from the same committee to whom was referred a bill entitled an act, to amend the laws now in force respecting justices of the peace and constable, reported that it is inexpedient to pass the bill, which was concurred in.

Mr. Barton from the same committee to whom was referred a bill to be entitled, an act concerning the duties of clerks of the county courts, and other officers reported the same without amendment. The bill was then read the third time and passed. Ordered, that the Secretary acquaint the House of Representatives therewith.

Mr. Barton from the same committee to whom was referred a bill entitled an act declaring the effect of notarial protests reported the same without amendment. The bill was then read the third time and passed.

Mr. Barton, from the same committee to whom was referred a bill entitled, an act prescribing certain duties to the clerks of the circuit and county courts, reported that it is inexpedient to pass the bill, which was concurred in.

Mr. Barton, from the same committee to whom was referred a joint memorial to Congress on the subject of the public lands, reported the same without amendment. The memorial was then read the third time and passed. Ordered, that the Secretary acquaint the House of Representatives therewith.

Mr. Jackson from the special committee to which was referred a 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 those herein mentioned, reported the same as amended; which was concurred in.

The memorial, being further amended on Mr. Casey's motion, was read the third time and passed. Ordered, that the Secretary acquaint the House of Representatives therewith.

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to confer with the committee appointed by the House of Representatives on an amendment made by the House to the bill entitled, an act concerning the owners and keepers of mills and other water works reported that they have had a meeting and that the committee of the House have agreed to recommend to their house to recede from their amendment to said bill.

Mr. Casey from the committee appointed by the Senate to confer with a committee on the part of the house of representatives on the subject of the disagreement between the two houses in relation to the amendment made by the house to the bill entitled, an act further to amend the Charter of the Bank of the State of Alabama reported, that they have had a meeting and that the committee of the house have agreed to recommend to their house to recede from the amendment to said bill.

A message from the House of Representatives by Mr. Tunstall their C. Mr. President, The house of representatives have passed bills which originated in the Senate entitled, an act to amend an act entitled, an act to divide the State into districts for electing Representatives to Congress, an act to authorize Mahala Farrar to emancipate a mulatto woman named Patience, an act relative to the satisfaction of executions, and have amended the same by striking out all after the enacting clause and substituting the accompanying as an amendment. In which they ask your concurrence. They have passed bills which originated in the house of Representatives entitled, an act making appropriations for certain claims against the State, an act to amend the law in relation to original attachments, an act to alter the time of holding the county court of Montgomery; an act to abolish and establish certain election precincts; an act to authorized the Governor to cause bonds taken for public arms to be renewed, and for the distribution of the public arms; an act to reduce into one the several acts giving fees to Justices of the peace and constables.

Joint resolution proposing amendments to the Constitution of the United States; an act supplementary to the several acts now in force in relation to public weighers of cotton in the City of Mobile; an act relative to Volunteer companies in the Militia of this State, and for other purposes, an act for extending the time granted to John Fowler for running a steam ferry boat, row boat or sail boat, between the city of Mobile and the town of Blakely by an act passed December 26th 1822.- In all of which they desire your concurrence.

They concur in the amendments made by your Honorable body to bills entitled, an act authorizing a Lottery for the purpose of establishing a free school on the Lancasterian plan of tuition in the town of Huntsville, and the purchasing a clock for the use of said town; and, an act for the relief of John Wood.

They disagree to the amendment made by the Senate to the bill entitled, an act giving additional powers to the commissioners for superintending the erection of the State Capitol, and for compensating the superintendent by striking out ‘eight hundred dollars’ the sum allowed the Architect for services heretofore performed, and by inserting “thirteen hundred dollars”

They have adopted the following resolution in which they desire your concurrence.- Resolved, that with the concurrence of the Senate the two Houses will on Friday the 11th instant (this day) at half past 6 o'clock P. M. assemble in the Representative Hall for the purpose of going into the Election of a President of the Bank of the State of Alabama and twelve Directors for the present year.

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They have appointed messrs. Bridges, Martin, Edmondson, Bell and Robinson a committee of conference on the part of the House to act with the committee appointed on the part of the Senate on the subject of the amendment made by the House to the bill entitled, an act concerning the owners and keepers, of mills and other water work.

They have appointed messrs. Weisinger, Moore of mad. Jack, Broadnax and Walthall a committee of conference on the part of the House of Representatives to act with the committee appointed by the Senate in relation to the amendment made by the House to the bill entitled, an act further to amend the Charter of the Bank of the State of Alabama, ordered, that the Senate disagree to the amendment made by the house to the bill entitled, an act relative to the satisfaction of executions.

Ordered, that the Secretary acquaint the House of Rep's. therewith.

Ordered, that the Senate insist on their amendment to the bill entitled, an act giving additional powers to the commissioners for the erection of the State Capitol and for compensating the superintendent by striking out 'eight' and inserting 'thirteen hundred dollars.'

Ordered, that a committee be appointed on the part of the Senate to confer with such committee as the House may appoint on the subject of said amendment; whereupon Messrs. Hubbard Powell and Brown were appointed the committee. Ordered, that the Secretary inform the House of Representatives thereof.

A bill entitled, an act to amend the law in relation to original attachments; was read and the rule requiring bills to be read on three several days being dispensed with the bill was read the second time and referred to the committee on the judiciary.

A bill entitled, an act to alter the time of holding the county court of Montgomery County, was read and the rule requiring bills to be read on three several days being dispensed with, the bill was read the second and third time forthwith and passed.

Ordered, that the Secretary acquaint the House of Rep's therewith.

A bill to be entitled, an act to authorize the Governor to cause bonds given for the public arms to be reserved and for the distribution of the public arms; An act relative to Volunteer Companies in the Militia of this State and for other purposes; and, Joint Resolutions proposing amendments to the Constitution of the United States were severally read the first time and ordered to a second reading to-morrow.

A bill to be entitled, an act supplementary to the several acts now in fore in relation to the Public Weighers of cotton in the City of Mobile was read, and the rule requiring bills to be read on three several days being dispensed with, the bill was read the second time & laid on the table.

A bill to be entitled, an act to reduce into one the several acts giving fees to Justices of the Peace and Constables, was read the first time.

Mr. Moore moved that the bill lie on the table till the first of the next session; which was carried.

A bill to be entitled, an act for extending the time granted to John Fowler for running a Steam Ferry Boat, a row boat or sail boat between the City of Mobile and the Town of Blakely by an act passed December 26th 1822, was read and the rule requiring bills to be read on three several days being dispensed with, the bill was read the second time forthwith and ordered to a third reading to-morrow.

A bill to be entitled, an act making appropriations for certain claims against the State, was read, and the rule requiring bills to be read on three


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several days being dispensed with, the bill was read the second time and referred to the committee on accounts and claims to consider and report thereon.

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

Mr. President, the House of Representatives has passed a bill which originated in the Senate entitled, an act to provide for the speedy collection of debts due the Bank of the State of Alabama in certain cases, and have amended the same as herewith shewn, in which they desire your concurrence, ordered, that the Senate concur in the amendments made by the House to the bill mentioned in the above message- ordered that the Secretary acquaint the House of Representatives therewith.

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

Mr. President. The Governor having returned to the House of Representatives a bill which originated in the House entitled, an act altering the punishment of forgery and counterfeiting in certain cases, with his reasons for withholding his approval there from the bill has been again put upon its passage and passed by the constitutional majority. The bill and veto of the Governor are herewith communicated to the Senate. The bill entitled, an act altering the punishment of forgery and counterfeiting in certain cases was then put upon its passage and rejected.-

Yeas

9.

Nays

11.

The yeas and nays being desired, those who voted in the affirmative are messrs. Barton, Brown, Crabb, Earle, Hubbard, McCamey, Miller, Powell, and Sullivan.

Those who voted in the negative are, Mr. President, Ashe, Casey, Evans, Irwin, Jackson, Jones, Merriwether, Moore, Shackleford and Skinner, so the bill was rejected.

Mr. Powell, from the joint committee on enrolled bills, reported as correctly enrolled, an act to define the corporate limits of the town of Sparta in Conecuh county, and for other purposes.

Joint resolution declaring the expiration of the office of the present Trustees of the University of Alabama; and, an act to organize and establish a circuit in Dale county and to arrange the counties of the first, second and sixth judicial circuits - all of which were accordingly signed by Mr. President.

Mr. Hubbard called up the bill entitled, an act to amend the 3rd section of an act passed the last session of the Legislature to compensate the commissioners appointed by the Governor for ascertaining and marking the permanent boundary line between this State and Georgia.

Mr. Hubbard moved to strike out 'five hundred dollars' the compensation to Judge Kelly; which was carried.

Mr. Hubbard then moved to fill the blank created by striking out the five hundred with “two hundred dollars,” which was carried

Yeas

14.

Nays

6.

The yeas & nays being desired, those who voted in the affirmative are Mr. President, Barton, Brown, Casey, Evans, Hubbard, Irwin, McCamey, Merriwether, Miller, Moore, Shackleford, Skinner and Sullivan.

The bill was then read the third time as amended and passed- Ordered, that the Secretary acquaint the House of Representatives therewith.

The lobby being cleared and the doors closed.

Mr. Casey from the joint committee appointed by both branches of the General assembly to examine the situation and condition of the Bank of the of Alabama, submitted a report to the Senate the proceedings in relation to which will be hereafter shewn.


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Mr. Jackson then offered the following resolution resolved, that this House have the power to correct or amend the report of any committee on being convinced that such report is shewn by the minority to contain matter that should be corrected, which was adopted-- 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 their Cl'k.

Mr. President. The house of representatives concur in the amendments made by the Senate to the resolutions instructing his Excellency the Governor to cause the remains of the late Israel Pickens to be removed from the Island of Cuba his late residence in Greene county.

They also concur in the amendments made by the Senate to the bill entitled, an act to authorize the sales of the sixteenth sections, and for other purposes; They have passed a bill which originated in the Senate entitled, an act concerning the attendance of jurors, and have amended the same in the manner herewith shewn: In which they desire your concurrence.

They have passed bills which originated in their house entitled, an act to amend and explain an act entitled, an act to establish a seventh judicial circuit, an act to incorporate the Hibernian benevolent Society, of Mobile, and, an act for the relief of Charles Pearson tax collector of Lawrence county. In which they desire your concurrence.

Mr. Casey from the special committee to which was referred a bill to be entitled, an act to change the place of holding the medical board, for the district of Cahawba, reported the same as amended, which was concurred in.

Mr. Shackleford moved to amend the bill by striking out 'five dollars' the fee allowed to the medical board for each permit granted to an applicant for a licenses to practice medicine; which was carried.

Yeas

8

Nays

7.

The yeas and nays being desired, those who voted in the affirmative are messrs. Ashe, Barton, Brown, Crabb, Jackson, McCamey, Miller and Shackleford.

Those who voted in the negative are, Mr. President, Casey, Earle, Evans, Hubbard, Jones, Skinner and Sullivan. Ordered, to lie on the table.

Mr. Brown, presented the account of the Jailer of Montgomery county and also the account of Henry Goldthwaite against the state; which were referred to the committee on accounts and claims.

Mr. Casey, presented the claims of William G. Parish for the rent of the offices of the Secretary of State, Comptroller and Treasurer, which was referred to the committee on accounts and claims.

Mr. Barton, called up the bill to be entitled, an act exempting the Judges from altering at the ensuing terms of the courts. The bill being amended on Mr. Jackson's motion, was on motion of Mr. McCamey ordered to lie on the table till the first day of June next.

Mr. Crabb from the military committee to which was referred a joint resolution to authorize the Governor to order the Quarter master General of this State to deliver a Field Piece to the Artillery company of Claiborne, and for other purposes, reported the same as amended, which was concurred in.

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to capt. Blacks company of Artillery at Greensborough, which was adopted. The joint resolution was then read the third time as amended and passed. Ordered, that the Secretary acquaint the House of Representatives therewith.

Mr. Casey called up the bill entitled, an act to change the place of holding the medical board in the district of Cahawba. The bill was then read the third time and amended and passed- Ordered, that the title of the bill be “an act to amend an act to regulate the licensing of Physicians to practice and for other purposes approved Dec. 22d 1823.”

Mr. Shackleford called up the bill to be entitled, an act supplementary to the several acts now in force in relation to public weighers of cotton in the city of Mobile, and offered an amendment thereto providing for the appointment of a public weigher of cotton in the town of Selma: which was rejected.-

Yeas

6,

Nays

13.

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

Those who voted in the negative are, messrs. Ashe, Brown, Casey, Evans, Hubbard, Irwin, Jones, McCamey, Merriwether, Moore, Powell, Skinner and Sullivan.

Mr. Casey then moved that the bill lie on the table till the first day of June next; which was lost.

Yeas

7.

Nays

13.

The yeas and nays being desired, those who voted in the affirmative are, messrs. Casey, Jones, McCamey, Merriwether, Miller, Skinner and Sullivan.

Those who voted in the negative are, President, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Crabb, Earle, Evans, Hubbard, Irwin, Jackson, Moore, Powell and Shackleford. The bill was then read the third time and passed. Ordered, that the Secretary acquaint the House of Representatives therewith.

Mr. Powell, from the joint committee on enrolled bills reported as correctly enrolled, an act to incorporate the town of Tuscaloosa, and to repeal an act incorporating said town, passed 13th Dec. 1819.

An act to preserve the health of the inhabitants residing on Sinking creek in Lauderdale County; An act to authorize the election of a Justice of the Peace in the Town of Columbia in Shelby County; and, an act to authorize Mahala Farrar to emancipate a mulatto woman slave named Patience, all of which were accordingly signed by Mr. President.

Mr. Jackson offered the following resolution: Resolved, That the Secretary be authorized to employ an additional clerk for the remainder of the session, which was adopted.

A bill to be entitled, an act to amend and explain an act entitled, an act to establish a seventh judicial circuit, was read the first time, and the rule requiring bills to be read on three several days being dispensed with the bill was read the second and third time forthwith and passed.

Ordered, that the Secretary acquaint the House of Rep's therewith.

Ordered, that the Senate concur in the amendment made by the House of Representatives to the bill entitled, an act concerning the attendance of jurors. Ordered, that the Secretary acquaint the House therewith.

A bill (from the House of Rep's) entitled an act to incorporate the Hibernian benevolent Society of Mobile, was read the first time and the rule requiring bills to be read on three several days being dispensed with, the bill was read the second and third time forthwith and passed.

Ordered, that the House of Rep's: be informed thereof.

A bill to be entitled an act for the relief of  Charles Pearson tax collector of Lawrence County was read and ordered to a second reading tomorrow.

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Mr. President, the House of Representatives have passed a bill  which originated in the Senate entitled, an act amendatory to the several acts heretofore passed in relation to the public revenue, and have amended the same as herewith shewn- in which they desire your concurrence.

They have also passed bills which originated in the House of Representatives entitled, an act supplementary to an act entitled, an act to establish a road from Greensborough to Montevallo approved Jan. 12th 1827; and, an act to divorce Thomas G Snowden from Tabitha Snowden. In which they desire your concurrence. Ordered, that the Senate concur in the amendments made by the House of Representatives to the bill entitled, an act to amend the several acts heretofore passed in relation to the public revenue of this State. Ordered, that the concur in the resolution of the house proposing to go into the election of a President and twelve Directors of the Bank of the State of Alabama, this evening at half past 6 o'clock. Ordered, that the Secretary acquaint the House of Representatives therewith.

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

HALF PAST 6 O'CLOCK P.M.

The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.

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 President and twelve Directors of the Bank of the State of Alabama, whereupon the members of the Senate repaired to the Hall of the House of Representatives, and having taken the seats assigned them. Mr. President arose and declared the object of the meeting, whereupon the two Houses proceeded to the election of a President of the Bank of the State of Alabama for the ensuing year Benjamin B. Fontaine and John L. Tindal being in nomination.- The votes stood thus: For Mr. Fontaine 61.- Mr. Tindall 13.

Those who voted for Mr. Fontaine are, Mr. President, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Casey, Earle, Evans, Hubbard, Irwin, Jackson, Merriwether, Moore, Powell, Shackleford, Skinner, Sullivan. Rep's Mr. Speaker, Anderson, Bell, Bradford, Broadnax, Bonnell, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Cook, Coopwood, Craig, Daniel, Davis, Dennis, Durrett, Duke, Edmondson, Greening, Harris, Jack, Lawler, Lewis, Massey, McRae of F. Moore of mad. Paulding, Perkins, Rainey, Richardson, Ross, Robertson, Russell, Sargent, Sharp, Smith of C. Smith of mad. Stone, Tarver, Terry, Vining, Walker, Walthal, Weisinger & Wiggins.

Those who voted for Mr. Tindall are, Messrs. McCamy, Miller, Acklin, Brown, Forrest, Higgins, Kelly, Martin, McVay of Law. Moore of J. Price, Rather, and Ward.

Benjamin B. Fountaine, having received a majority of votes, was declared by Mr. Speaker to be duly elected President of the Bank of the State of Alabama for the present year.

The two Houses then proceeded to elect twelve Directors of the Bank of the State of Alabama, James Hogan, John H.Summerville, William G. Parish, James H. Dearing, Thomas Owen, Constantine Perkins, Audley Gazzim, Willis Banks, Ira Griffin, William R. Colgin, Henry A. Snow, William P. Gould, Robert E. B. Baylor, Samuel B. Ewing, Thomas R. Bolling, Archl'd P. Baldwin, James B. Weatherspoon, Amand P. Pfister, John L. Tindall, and Gen. Thomas King in nomination- The votes stood thus: For Mr. Gazzam 73.- Mr. Parish 73.- Mr. Tindall 71.- Mr. Perkins 68.- Mr. Dearing 65.- Mr. Summerville 59.Mr. Snow 54.-- Mr. Gould 54- Mr. Colgin 58. - Mr. Owen 53. - James Hogan 52.- Mr.


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Ewing 46- Mr. Banks 39- Mr. Griffin 41.- Mr. Baylor 41.- Mr. Bolling 38.- Mr. Baldwin 12.- Mr. Wetherspoon 4- m. Pfister 6.- Mr. King 13- John B. Hogan 18.

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

Those who voted for Mr. Parish, are Mr. President, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Earle, Evans, Hubbard, Jackson, Jones, McCamey, Merriweather, Miller, Moore, Powell, Shackleford, Skinner, Sullivan, Rep's Mr. Speaker, Anderson, Bell, Bradford, Brown, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, 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, Price, Raney, Rather, Richardson, Ross, Robertson, Russell, Sargent, Smith of C. Smith of mad. Stone, Tarver, Terry, Vaughan, Vining, Walker, Walthal, Ward, Weisinger and Wiggins.

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

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

Those who voted for Mr. Dearing are, Mr. President, Ashe, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Earle, Evans, Hubbard, Jackson, Jones, McCamey, Merriwether, Miller, Moore, Powell, Shackleford, Sullivan Rep's Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Anderson, Bell, Bradford, Bridges, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Coopwood, Daniel, Davis, Dennis, Durrett, Duke, Ellis, Forrest, Greening, Harris, Higgins, Jack, Kelly, Lawler, Lewis, Martin, Massey, McRae of Frank. Moore of J. Moore of mad. Price, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Ross, Russell, Sargent, Sharp, Smith of C. Smith of mad. Stone, Tarver, Terry, Vaughan, Vining, Walthal, Ward, Weisinger and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Mr. Summerville are, Mr. President, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Crabb, Earle, Evans, Jackson, Jones, McCamey, Merriwether, Miller, Moore, Powell, Shackleford, Skinner, Sullivan, Rep's Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Bell, Bradford, Broadnax, Colgin, Collier, Coopwood, Cook, Craig, Daniel, Davis, Durrett, Duke, Edmondson, Forrest, Greening, Harris, Jac,k Lawler, Mar-


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tin, Massey, McRae of Frank. Moore of J. Moore of mad. Perkins, Price, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Ross, Robertson, Sargent, Smith of mad. Stone, Tarver, Terry, Vaughan, Vining, Walker, Walthal and Weisinger.

Those who voted for Mr. Snow are, Mr. President, Ashe, Barton, Brown, Crabb, Earle, Jackson, Jones, McCamey, Merriwether, Miller, Moore, Powell, Skinner, Sullivan. Rep's. Anderson, Bell, Bradford, Brown, Broadnax, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Craig, Daniel, Davis, Durrett, Duke, Ellis, Edmondson, Harris, Higgins, Jack, Kelly, Lewis, Martin, McVay of Laud. Massey, McRae of Frank. Moore of mad. Perkins, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Robertson, Russell, Sargent, Smith of mad. Stone, Tarver, Terry, Vining and Ward.

Those who voted for Mr. Gould are, messrs Ashe, Barton, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Earle, Evans, Hubbard, Irwin, Merriwether, Shackleford, Skinner Rep's Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Bell, Bradford, Brown, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Conner, Cook, Daniel, Davis, Durrett, Edmondson, Greening, Harris, Higgins, Jack, Kelly, Lawler, Lewis, Martin, McVay of Laud. Massey, Moore of mad. Perkins, Rather, Richardson, Ross, Robertson, Russell, Sargeant, Sharp, Smith of mad. Stone, Terry, Vaughan, Walker, Ward, Weisinger and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Mr. Colgin are, Mr. President, Barton, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Earle, Jackson, Jones, McCamey, Merriwether, Miller, Moore, Hubbard, Shackleford. Rep's Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Anderson, Bell, Brown, Broadnax, Bonnel, Collier, Conner, Coopwood, Craig, Daniel, Davis, Durrett, Ellis, Edmondson, Forrest, Greening, Harris, Jack, Lewis, Martin, McVay of Laud. Moore of J. Moore of mad. Perkins, Price, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Ross, Roberson, Sharp, Smith of Mad. Stone, Terry, Vining and Walthal.

Those who voted for Mr. Owen are Mr. President, Barton, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Evans, Hubbard, Jackson, Jones, McCamey, Merriwether, Miller, Moore, Powell, Shackleford, Skinner, Sullivan. Rep's Mr. Speaker, Broadnax, Bridges, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Coopwood, Davis, Dennis, Duke, Ellis, Forrest, Greening, Harris, Jack, Kelly, Lawler, Lewis, Martin, McVay of Laud. Massey, Moore of J. Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Russell, Sargent, Sharp, Smith of C. Smith of mad. Stone, Terry, Vining, Walthal, Ward and Weisinger.

Those who voted for Mr. James Hogan, are, Mr. President, Barton, Brown, Casey, Crabb, Evans, Hubbard, Irwin, Jackson, Jones, McCamey, Meriwether, Miller, Moore, Powell, Skinner, Sullivan. Rep's Bell, Broadnax, Bridges, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Coopwood, Craig, Davis, Dennis, Durrett, Edmondson, Forrest, Higgins, Lawler, McVay of Laud. Massey, McRae of F. Perkins, Price, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Ross, Robertson, Russell, Sharp, Smith of mad. Terry, Vaughan, Vining, Walker, Walthal, Weisinger and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Mr. Ewing are, messrs. Ashe, Casey, Evans, Hubbard, Irwin, Jones, McCamey, Moore, Shackleford, Skinner. Rep's Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Anderson, Bradford, Brown, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Cook, Coopwood, Craig, Dennis, Durrett, Duke, Higgins, Lawler, Lewis, Martin, McVay of Laud. McRae of F. Moore of J. Perkins, Price, Rainey, Russell, Sargent, Sharp, Smith of C. Stone, Tarver, Vaughan, Walker, Walthal, Ward, Weisinger and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Mr. Banks are, messrs. Crabb, Irwin, Jones, Sullivan. Rep's Anderson, Bradford, Brown, Broadnax, Bridges, Bonnell, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Cook, Craig, Daniel, Dennis, Durrett, Ellis, Harris, Higgins,


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Jack, Kelly, Lawler, Lewis, Massey, Moore of mad. Perkins, Price, Rainey, Rather, Richardson, Robertson, Smith of mad, Tarver, Vaughan, Vining, Ward and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Mr. Griffin are, messrs. Ashe, Brown, Earle, Irwin, Powell, Sullivan, Rep's Acklen, Anderson, Bradford, Brown, Bridges, Bonnell, Colgin, Collier, Conner, Cook, Daniel, Davis, Dennis, Durrett, Duke, Ellis, Forrest, Greening, Jack, Kelly, Lawler, Lewis, Massey, Moore of Jack. Ross, Robertson, Russell, Sargent, Sharp, Smith of C. Stone, Vaughan, Walthal, Ward and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Mr. Baylor are, messrs. Casey, Evans, Hubbard, Irwin, McCamey, Shackleford, Skinner ,Sullivan. Rep's Mr. Speaker, Anderson, Brown, Bridges, Bonnell, Cook, Coopwood, Daniel, Davis, Dennis, Duke, Ellis, Edmondson, Forrest, Greening, Higgins, Kelly, McRae of F. Moore of mad. Price, Russell, Sargent, Sharp, Smith of C. Tarver, Terry, Vaughan, Walker, Walthal, Ward, Weisinger and Williams.

Those who voted for Mr. Bolling are, Mr. President, Ashe, Barton, Earle, Jackson, Miller, Shackleford. Rep's Mr. Speaker, Acklen, Bell, Bradford, Brown, Broadnax, Bonnell, Colgin, Cook, Craig, Daniel, Edmondson, Harris, Lewis, Martin, McVay of Laud. Moore of mad. Perkins, Rainey, Ross, Robertson, Russell, Sharp, Smith of mad. Stone, Vining, Walker, Walthal, Weisinger and Wiggins.

Those who voted for Mr. Baldwin are, messrs. Ashe. Rep's Acklen, Anderson, Bonnell, Ellis, Forrest, Harris, McVay of Laud. Moore of Jack. Perkins, Richardson and Ross.

Those who voted for Mr. Pfister are, messrs. Bonnell, Forrest, Greening, McRae of F. Tarver and Walker.

Those who voted for Mr. King are, messrs. Casey, Hubbard, Irwin, McCamey, Miller, Duke, Higgins, Kelly, Moore of mad. Sharp, Smith of C. Tarver and Walker.

Those who voted for John B. Hogan are, messrs. Barton, Earle, Evans, Hubbard, Irwin, Jackson, Jones, Moore, Skinner, Rep's Bell, Coopwood, Craig, Dennis, Edmondson, Lewis, Ross and Smith of Clarke.

Audley H Gazzam, William G. Parrish, John L. Tindall, Constantine Perkins, James H. Dearing, John H. Summerville, Henry A. Snow, William P. Gould, William R. Colgin, Thomas Owen, James Hogan and Samuel B. Ewing, having received the highest number of votes 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 returned to their own chamber, and Mr. President resumed the chair, when on motion the Senate adjourned till tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock.