Tuesday, December 23.

Mr. Moore, of Jackson, presented the account of Reuben Price, which was received, and referred to the committee of accounts.

Mr. Miller, from the committee of propositions and grievances, to whom was referred the petition of Henry Moffett, Reported, that said committee are of opinion that there is no power to pass such a law, and ask to be discharged from the further consideration thereof; which leave was granted accordingly.

Mr. Miller, from the same committee, to whom was referred the petition of Delilah Pool, administratrix of John Pool, deceased, Reported, that it is inexpedient to pass any law on the subject of said petition and ask to be discharged from the further consideration thereof; which was accordingly granted.

Mr. Miller, from the same committee, to whom was referred the petition of the intendant and town council of Claiborne, Reported,


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that said committee think it inexpedient to legislate on the subject of said petition, and ask leave to be discharged from he further consideration thereof; which leave was granted.

Mr. Miller, from the same committee, to whom was referred the petition of R. H. Gregg, Reported, that the prayer of the petitioner is unreasonable and ought not to be granted.

Ordered, That the House concur in said report.

Mr. Hallett, from the committee on accounts, to whom was referred the claims of sundry persons, for holding coroners' inquests, prior to the act passed at the last session: also, sundry claims from witnesses attending courts in trials of the state, Reported, that there is no law authorizing said claims to be paid out of the State Treasury.

The committee have also had under consideration sundry accounts, which are not authenticated according to law; and they therefore ask leave to be discharged from the further consideration of said accounts and claims.

Ordered, That the House concur in said report.

Mr. Mead, from the committee on road, bridges, ferries, & c. reported a bill, to be entitled an act declaring the old road from Warren Stone's to Montgomery, in Montgomery county, to be the State Road; which bill was read a first time, and the rule being dispensed with, it was read a second time forthwith, and was ordered to be en- grossed and read a third time to-morrow.

Mr. Miller, from the committee of propositions and grievances, to whom was referred the petition of Thomas Berry; and also the petition of Thomas Phillips, reported the following bills, to wit:

A bill, to be entitled an act for the relief of Thomas Berry; and,

A bill, to be entitled an act for the relief of Thomas Phillips; which bills were severally read a first time, and ordered to be read a second time to-morrow.

Mr. Philpott, from the military committee, to whom was referred the petition of the officers of the 22d regiment of Alabama militia, reported bill, to be entitled an act dividing the twenty-second regiment of Alabama militia; which was read a first time, and ordered to be read a second time to-morrow.

Mr. Jackson, from the select committee, to whom was referred the Governor's Communication in relation to the map of this state, directed to be procured by him, by a resolution of the General Assembly the last session, reported a bill, to be entitled an act to compensate Ferdinand Sannoner for a Map of the State of Alabama; which was read a first time, and ordered to be read a second time to-morrow.

Mr. Jackson, from the select committee, to whom was referred a bill, to be entitled an act to amend the charger of the Merchants' and Planters; Bank of Huntsville; and to provide for the speedy resumption of specie payments thereby, reported said bill with sundry amendments.

Ordered, That the House concur in said amendments.

Ordered, That said bill be engrossed for a third reading to-morrow.

Mr. Goodhue, from the committee on inland navigation, to whom was referred the report of the commissioners appointed to view Flint


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River, reported a bill, to be entitled an act to incorporate "the Flint River Navigation Company," in Morgan county; which was read a first time, and the rule being dispensed with it was read a second time forthwith, and ordered to be engrossed for a third reading tomorrow.

Mr. Creagh, from the judiciary committee, to whom was referred the petition of Adam Sheffield, praying that justices of the peace may not be allowed fees, Reported, that the subject of said petition may be well worthy the attention of future legislators; but, that it is inexpedient to legislate on that subject at this time.

Ordered, That the House concur in said report.

Mr. Creagh, from the same committee, to whom was referred a bill, to be entitled an act allowing a salary to the judge of the county court of Mobile county, Reported, that said committee ask leave to be discharged from the further consideration, thereof, in as much as there is a bill before this House containing the same provisions, which originated in the Senate.

Ordered, That said committee be discharged from the further consideration of said bill.

Mr. Creagh, from the same committee, to whom was referred a resolution directing them to inquire into the expediency of altering the mode of selecting and compensating jurors. Reported, that it is inexpedient to alter the law on that subject at this time; in which report the House concurred.

Mr. Creagh, from the same committee, to whom was referred the memorial of the merchants of Mobile, Reported, that said committee ask leave to be discharged from the further consideration thereof, as there is a bill in progress before the House on that subject.

Ordered, That said committee be discharged from the further consideration thereof.

Mr. Creagh, from the same committee, to whom was referred a resolution, to inquire into the expediency of altering the time of holding the circuit courts in the first and third judicial circuits, Reported, that there is a bill before the House on the subject of altering the time of holding the several courts; and ask to be discharged from the further consideration of said resolution; which was granted.

A bill from the Senate, entitled an act to incorporate the Limestone and Fling River Navigation Companies; was read a first time, and the rule being dispensed with, it was read a second time forthwith, and referred to the committee on inland navigation.

Agreeably to notice given on yesterday.

Mr. Jones offered the following rule for the government of this House. "Rule 44- On all calls of the House the subject under consideration, shall lie on the table for one hour; at the expiration of which time, it shall be the duty of the speaker to take it up. "Mr. Adair moved the following amendment to said rule: "and the question shall be disposed of without further delay, on account of absent members; and it shall be the duty of the clerk to report to the speaker the names of the absent members, who upon their appearance shall be required to assign the cause of their non-attendance, and be subject to a fine of four dollars, should the reason be deemed insufficient by the House;" which amendment was adopted.

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Bills from the Senate, of the following titles to wit:

An act to authorize the administrators of Isaac Edwards, deceased, to comply with the contract made by their intestate, respecting his real estate;

An act authorizing a lottery to aid in the improvement of navigation of Indian Creek; and,

Resolution concerning the district court of the United States; were severally read a first time, and ordered to be read a second time to-morrow.

A bill from the Senate, entitled an act to repeal in part and amend an act, entitled an act supplementary to an act to establish a State University; was read a second time, and ordered to be read a third time to-morrow.

An engrossed bill, entitled an act to provide for the choosing electors of President and Vice President of the United States, was read a third time and passed.

Ordered, That the clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

Ordered, That the House concur in the amendments made by the Senate to the bill, entitled an act explanatory of the several acts now in force to suppress duelling.

Ordered, That the clerk inform the Senate thereof.

Bills of the following titles, to wit:

An act to authorize William Black and his associates to erect a toll bridge over Gravelly Creek;

An act for the further organization of the militia in the counties of Pike and Covington;

An act to compel parties to a suit, who plead the loss of any instrument in writing, under which they claim a benefit, to make oath of the truth of such pleading;

An act to emancipate a certain salve therein named;

An act to lay out a certain road therein named;

An act to incorporate the town of Greenville, in the county of Butler; and

An act to amend the laws regulating judicial proceedings; were severally read a second time, and ordered to be engrossed for a third reading to-morrow.

A bill, to be entitled, an act to amend the laws not in force in this state for the punishment of the crime of horse stealing, was read a 2d time, and referred to a select committee, consisting of Messrs. Adair, Lanier, Martin and Creagh.

A bill, to be entitled an act to repeal in part, an act entitled an act to provide for leasing the 16th sections, and for the application of the funds arising therefrom, to the purposes of education, passed 1st January, 1823, was introduced by Mr. Pickett, and read a first time.

Mr. Jones moved the indefinite postponement of said bill; which was carried.

A bill, to be entitled an act to allow the several sheriffs of this state one company of the Digest of the laws of the state of Alabama, was read a second time.

Mr. Fluker moved that the further consideration of said bill be indefinitely postponed; which was carried.

A bill, entitled an act to emancipate certain persons therein named, was read a second time.


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Mr. Creagh moved the indefinite postponement of said bill which was carried.

A bill, entitled an act to incorporate the town of Florence, in Lauderdale county, was read a second time, and referred to a select committee, consisting of Messrs. Jackson, Manly, and Hill of B.

A bill from the Senate, entitled an act to establish the town of Carthage, in Tuskaloosa county, was read a second time, and the rule being dispensed with, it was read a third time forthwith, and passed. Ordered, That the title be as aforesaid.

Ordered, That the clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

Bill from the Senate, entitled an act restricting officers from taking commissions on costs collected by them on executions, was read a second time, and ordered to be read a third time to-morrow.

Mr. Perkins obtained leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled an act for the relief of witnesses attending out of the county in which the offence was committed, and for other purposes; which was read a first time, and ordered to be read a second time to-morrow.

Resolution from the Senate, providing more effectually for the trial of the writ of quo warranto, now depending in the fifty judicial circuit against the Planters' and Merchants' Bank of Huntsville, was read a third time and passed.

Ordered, That the clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

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

Evening 3 o'clock.

A bill from the Senate, entitled an act pointing out the manner by which the streets in the towns of Tuskaloosa and Montgomery shall be kept in good order, and for other purposes, was read a second time, and ordered to be read a third time to-morrow.

Bills of the following titles, to wit:

An act regulating appeals from the county court to the circuit court;

An act to establish certain election precincts therein named;

An act to provide for the payment of state witnesses;

An act requiring security for costs in any suit at law or in chancery;

An act in relation to seamen belonging to vessels in merchant's service;

An act to prevent abuses in granting letters of administration;

An act authorizing the Governor to direct a suit against the Huntsville Bank;

An act to provide for the sale of lands and salves at the town of Courtland, in certain cases;

An act to authorize the president and trustees of the University of Alabama, to dispose of the lands belonging to said institution, by admitting entries;

An act to fix permanently the seat of justice for Pickens county;

An act, to be entitled an act to repeal in part and amend an act, entitled an act to incorporate the town of Athens, in Limestone county, passed 19th November, 1818.

An act to permit Julius Chamberlain to vend goods in this state;

An act to incorporate the trustees of the Claiborne Academy;

An act the better to regulate the proceedings of public officers in the several counties in this state;

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convey a certificate therein mentioned; were severally read a second time, and ordered to be engrossed for a third reading to-morrow.

Mr. Jones, from the select committee, to whom was referred the bill, entitled an act to authorize Young A. Gray, to convey certain real estate therein named, reported said bill, with an amendment, in which amendment the House concurred. Ordered, That said bill be engrossed for a third reading to-morrow.

A bill, entitled an act concerning judicial proceedings, was read a second time, and ordered to lie on the table.

A bill, entitled an act to promote the morals of retailers, and the better to secure to the state the revenue which should accrue from licenses granted to retailers, was read a second time.

Mr. Weissinger moved the indefinite postponement of said bill; which was carried.

A bill from the Senate, entitled an act to amend the several acts for the settlement and relief of the poor, was read a third time, and passed. Ordered, That the titled be as aforesaid.

Ordered, That the clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

Engrossed bills of the following titles, to wit:

An act to amend an act, entitled an act to establish a turnpike road leading from Lawrence to intersect the military road at Pikesville, in Marion, passed December 26, 1822;

An act to amend an act passed at Huntsville the 165th December, 1819, entitled an act to establish a public road therein named;

An act to incorporate the town of Greensborough, in the county of Greene; were severally read a third time and passed.

Ordered, That the clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

A resolution from the Senate, entitled resolution respecting the further distribution of the laws of this state, was read a third time and passed.

Ordered, That the clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

A bill, entitled an act to repeal the fifth section of the act entitled an act amendatory of the laws now in force for the relief of insolvent debtors, passed June 16, 1821, was read a second time, and referred to a select committee, consisting of Messrs. Adair, Haines and Goodhue.

A bill, entitled an act to authorize Rodah Horton and associates to construct a turnpike road therein named, was read a second time, and referred to a select committee, consisting of Messrs. Adair, Goodhue, Fleming and Miller.

A bill, entitled an act for the more easy and speedy administration of justice in certain cases, was read a second time.

Mr. Mardis moved, that the further consideration of said bill be indefinitely postponed; which was carried.

A bill, entitled an act to emancipate a certain slave therein named, was read a second time.

Mr. Smith moved that the further consideration of said bill be indefinitely postponed; which was carried.

A bill, to be entitled an act amendatory to the laws now in force respecting roads, bridged, ferries, &c. was read a second time, and referred to a select committee, consisting of Messrs. Phillips, Pickett and Lanier.

Bills from the Senate, entitled an act to amend the charter of the Tombeckbe Bank;


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An act to authorize the judge of the county court, and the commissioners of roads and Revenue of Mobile county, to levy an extra tax, for the building of a court house and jail in said county;

An act to prevent fraudulent conveyances; were severally read a second time, and ordered to be read a third time to-morrow.

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

Mr. Speaker-- The Senate have read a third time and passed, bills originating in you honorable body, entitled an act to divorce Espy Williams from her husband George Williams;

An act to divorce Sarah Ann Newman from her husband Francis Newman;

An act to amend an act, passed at Huntsville, the 16th Dec. 1819, entitled an act to establish a public road therein named;

An act to incorporate the town of Greensborough, in the county of Greene; and,

An act to amend an act entitled an act to establish a turnpike road leading from Lawrence to intersect the military road at Pikesville in Marion county, passed Dec. 26th 1822; and then he withdrew.

A bill, to be entitled an act, to authorize Edward Smith to establish a turnpike road therein named; was read a second time.

Mr. Hill moved, that the further consideration of said bill be indefinitely postponed: which was carried.

A bill, to be entitled an act making appropriations for a certain claims against the state was read a second time and ordered to be recommitted to the committee of accounts.

On motion of Mr. Jones, resolved, that the comptroller be directed to lay before the House a statement of the annual expenditures of the government; and the amount of revenue received into the treasury for each year, commencing with the territorial government, including the present year.

A bill, to be entitled an act to prescribe the mode of collecting moneys due the university; was ordered to lie on the table.

A bill, to be entitled an act to amend an act, entitled an act to appoint commissioners to lay out certain roads therein specified, and for other purposes; was read a second time, and referred to a select committee, consisting of Messrs. Fluker, Sims, and Merriwether.

A bill, to be entitled an act to change the state road, and for other purposes; was read a second time, and referred to a select committee, consisting of Messrs. Crenshaw, Mardis and Mead.

Resolved, on motion of Mr. Jackson, that the speaker be authorized to direct the clerk of this House to hire an additional clerk for the remainder of the session, whereupon George W. Gayle, was appointed said additional clerk.

Bill from the Senate, entitled an act for the foreclosure of mortgages; was read a second time, and ordered to lie on the table.

Bill for the Senate, entitled an act to incorporate the Huntsville Library Company; was read a second time, and the rule which requires bills to be read on three several days being dispensed with, it was read a third time forthwith, and passed.

Ordered, That the title be as aforesaid,

Ordered, That the clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

Bill from the Senate, entitled an act for the relief of Thomas C. Jones; was read a third time and passed.


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Ordered, That the titled be as aforesaid.

Ordered, That the clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

A bill, to be entitled an act regulating appeals in criminal cases; was referred to a select committee, consisting of Messrs, Martin, Jackson, Creagh and Adair.

Ordered, That a resolution to establishing a district court of the U. States in the northern section of this state, lie on the table.

An act to emancipate the persons therein named; was read a second time, and referred to a select committee, consisting of Messrs. Creagh, Dale & Haines. And then the House adjourned till 7 o'clock this evening.

Evening- 7 o'clock.

On motion of Mr. Jones, Resolved, that the Senate be informed that this House is now ready to receive them in their Hall, to go into the election of a President and Directors of the Bank of the state of Alabama; and five Commissioners to act with the Governor in effecting a loan for the State Bank; and also members of the different medical boards in this state.

Ordered, that the clerk acquaint the Senate therewith.

The Senate having repaired to the Hall of the House of Representatives, and the President having announced the object of the meeting; The two Houses proceeded to elect a President of the Bank of the state of Alabama. Andrew Pickens, esquire, being the only person in nomination, the votes were, For Mr. Pickens 75.

The speaker thereupon declared Mr. Pickens duly elected the President of the Bank of the state of Alabama.

Those who voted for Mr. Pickens are, Mr. President, Armstrong, Bibb, Casey, Coats, Conner, Crabb, Devereux, Hopkins, McCamy, Metcalf, Moore, Murphy, McVay, Powell, Shackleford, Smith, Sullivan, Wood, Mr. Speaker, Adair, Ashley, Beck, Brown, Barclay, Crenshaw, Creagh, Dale, Dennis, Fields, Fitts, Fluker, Fleming, Goodhue, Hallett, Harvey, Hill of B., Hill of T., Harrison, Haines, Jackson, Jones, King, Lister, Lanier, McConnico, Merriwether, McLemore, McVay, Moore of Mad., Moore of Mar., Moore of J., Mardis, Mead, McLaughlin, Manly, Martin, Miller, Phillips, Philpott, Powell, Peyton, Pickett, Perkins, Salter, Sims, Shotwell, Sargent, Skinner, Smith, Tindall, Vining, Whitaker, Weissinger and Young- 75.

The two Houses then proceeded to the election of twelve Directors of the Bank of the state of Alabama; Alexander Pope, William Aylett, William Taylor, Thomas H. Wiley, David White, Gilbert Shearer, William Chislom, Jesse Beene, Horatio G. Perry, Joseph Pickens, Thomas B. Rutherford, Henry Hitchcock, Uriah G. Mitchell, Walter O. Bickley, James Saffold, David McCord, Michael J. Kenan, Thomas O. Meux, William Moore, John Scott, William Trigg, Willis Roberts, John J. Crocheron, Carter B. Harrison, John W. Rinaldi & Fielding Vaughn being in nomination, the votes were,

For Mr. Pope 62 For Mr. Bickley 32
Aylett 57 Saffold 31
Taylor 57 McCord 27
Wiley 54 Kenan 25
White 52 Meux 23
Shearer 50 Moore 21
Chislom 47 Scott 17
Beene 47 Trigg 14
Perry 45 Roberts 13
Pickens 44 Crocheron 11
Rutherford 43 Harrison 11
Hitchcock 39 Rinaldi 8
Mitchell 39 Vaughn 1

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Alexander Pope, William Aylett, William Taylor, Thomas H. Wiley, David White, Gilbert Shearer, William Chislom, Jesse Beene, Horatio G. Perry, Joseph Pickens and Thomas B. Rutherford, having a constitutional majority, the Speaker declared them duly elected Directors of the Bank of the state of Alabama.

Those who voted for Mr. Pope are, Mr. President, Armstrong, Bibb, Casey, Coats, Conner, Crabb, Devereux, Hopkins, Metcalf, Moore, Murphy, Powell, Shackleford, Smith, Sullivan, Mr. Speaker, Adair, Ashley, Brown, Barclay, Crenshaw, Creagh, Dale, Field, Fitts, Fluker, Fleming, Goodhue, Hallett, Harvey, Hill of B, Jackson, Jones, Lister, Lanier, McConnico, Merriwether, McLemore, Moore of Mad., Moore of Mar, Moore of J., Mardis, McLaughlin, Manly, Martin, Miller, Phillips, Philpott, Powell, Peyton, Pickett, Salter, Sims, Shotwell, Sargent, Skinner, Smith, Vining, Whitaker, Weissinger and Young- 62.

Those who voted for Mr. Aylett are, Mr. President, Armstrong, Bibb, Casey, Coats, Conner, Crabb, Devereux, Hopkins, McCamy, Metcalf, Moore, Murphy, McVay, Powell, Shackleford, Smith, Mr. Speaker, Adair, Ashley, Crenshaw, Creagh, Dale, Fields, Fitts, Fluker, Fleming, Goodhue, Hallett, Harvey, Hill of T., Harrison, Jackson, Jones, King, Lister, McConnico, Merriwether, Moore of Mad, Moore of Mar., Moore of J., Mardis, Mead, Manly, Martin, Miller, Philpott, Powell, Peyton, Perkins, Shotwell, Sargent, Skinner, Smith, Tindall, Whitaker & Young- 57.

Those who voted for Mr. Taylor are, Mr. President, Armstrong, Bibb, Coats, Conner, Crabb, Devereux, Hopkins, Moore, Murphy, Powell, Shackleford, Sullivan, Wood, Mr. Speaker, Adair, Ashley, Brown, Barclay, Crenshaw, Creagh, Dale, Fields, Fitts, Fluker, Fleming, Goodhue, Hallett, Hill of T., Hill of B., Harrison, Jackson, Jones, Lister, Lanier, McConnico, Merriwether, McLemore, Moore of Mad., Moore of J., Mardis, Mead, McLaughlin, Manly, Martin, Miller, Phillips, Philpott, Pickett, Salter, Sims, Shotwell, Smith, Vining, Whitaker, Weissinger and Young- 57.

Those who voted for Mr. Wiley are, Mr. President, Armstrong, Bibb, Coats, Conner, Crabb, Devereux, Hopkins, McCamy, Metcalf, Moore, Murphy, Shackleford, Smith, Sullivan, Wood, Adair, Brown, Barclay, Crenshaw, Creagh, Dale, Fitts, Fluker, Fleming, Hallett, Harvey, Hill of B., Harrison, Jones, Lister, Lanier, McConnico, Merriwether, McVay, Moore of Mad, Moore of Mar., Mardis, Manly, Phillips, Philpott, Pickett, Perkins, Salter, Sims, Shotwell, Sargent, Skinner, Smith, Tindall, Vining, Whitaker, Weissinger and Young- 54.

Those who voted for Mr. White, are, Mr. President, Armstrong, Bibb, Casey, Crabb, Hopkins, Metcalf, Moore, Murphy, McVay, Shackleford, Sullivan, Mr. Speaker, Adair, Ashley, Brown, Barclay, Crenshaw, Creagh, Dale, Dennis, Fitts, Fluker, Fleming, Goodhue, Hallett, Harvey, Jackson, Jones, Lister, Lanier, McConnico, Moore of Mad., Moore of Mar., Manly, Mead, McLaughlin, Martin, Miller, Phillips, Philpott, Powell, Pickett, Salter, Sims, Sargent, Skinner, Smith, Vining and Young- 52.

Those who voted for Mr. Speaker are, Mr. President, Armstrong, Bibb, Casey, Coats, Conner, Crabb, Hopkins, Metcalf, Moore, Murphy, McVay, Powell, Skackleford, Smith, Ashley, Brown, Creagh, Dale, Dennis, Fields, Fitts, Fluker, Fleming, Goodhue, Hallett, Harvey, Hill of T., Jones, King, Lister, Lanier, McConnico, Merriwether, Moore of Mad., Moore of Mar., Moore of J., Mardis, Mead, Miller, Phillips, Philpott, Pickett, Sargent, Skinner, Smith, Tindall, Vining, Whitaker and Young- 50.

Those who voted for Mr. Chislom are, Mr. President, Armstrong, Bibb, Coats, Conner, Crabb, Hopkins, Metcalf, Moore, Murphy, Shackleford, Mr. Speaker, Adair, Barclay, Creagh, Dale, Dennis, Fitts, Fluker, Goodhue, Hallett, Harrison, Jones, King, Lister, Lanier, McConnico, Merriwether, Moore of Mad., Moore of Mar., Moore of J., Mead, Phillips, Philpott, Powell,


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Peyton, Salter, Sims, Shotwell, Sargent, Skinner, Smith, Tindall,Vining, Whitaker, Weissinger and Young- 47.

Those who voted for Mr. Beene are, Messrs. Casey, Coats, Conner, Devereux, McCamy, Metcalf, Murphy, Powell, Smith, Sullivan, Wood, Mr. Speaker, Ashley, Beck, Barclay, Crenshaw, Dale, Dennis, Fluker, Harvey, Hill of T., Hill of B., Harrison, King, Lister, Lanier, McConnico, Merriwether, McLemore, McVay, Moore of Mar, Mardis, McLaughlin, Manly, Martin, Powell, Peyton, Pickett, Perkins, Sims, Shotwell, Sargent, Skinner, Tindall, Vining, Whitaker and Weissinger- 47.

Those who voted for Mr. Perry are, Mr. President, Armstrong, Bibb, Conner, Crabb, Hopkins, McCamy, Murphy, Powell, Shackleford, Sullivan, Wood, Mr. Speaker, Adair, Brown, Barclay, Creagh, Dennis, Fitts, Fleming, Goodhue, Hill of T., Hill of B., Harrison, Jackson, Jones, Lanier, McLemore, Moore of Mad, Mardis, Mead, McLaughlin, Manly, Martin, Miller, Phillips, Philpott, Pickett, Perkins, Sims, Shotwell, Smith, Tindall, Weissinger and Young- 45.

Those who voted for Mr. Pickens are, Mr. President, Armstrong, Casey, Coats, Hopkins, Metcalf, Moore, McVay, Powell, Smith, Sullivan, Wood, Mr. Speaker, Ashley, Beck, Brown, Barclay, Creagh, Dennis, Fluker, Fleming, Hallett, Harvey, Hill of B., Harrison, Jones, King, Merriwether, McLemore, McVay, Moore of J., Mardis, Mead, McLaughlin, Martin, Peyton, Pickett, Perkins, Sims, Sargent, Skinner, Tindall, Whitaker and Weissinger- 44.

Those who voted for Mr. Rutherford are, Messrs, Casey, Coats, Conner, Devereux, McCamy, Metcalf, Moore, Murphy, McVay, Smith, Sullivan, Ashley, Beck, Brown, Dennis, Fields, Fluker, Goodhue, Harvey, Hill of T., Harrison, King, Lister, Lanier, McConnico, Merriwether, McLemore, McVay, Moore of Mar., McLaughlin, Phillips, Philpott, Powell, Peyton, Pickett, Salter, Sims, Shotwell, Sargent, Skinner, Vining, Whitaker and Weissinger 43.

Those who voted for Mr. Hitchcock are, Mr. President, Armstrong, Bibb Conner Devereux, Hopkins, McCamy, Moore McVay, Powell, Shackleford, Wood, Mr. speaker, Adair, Barclay,Crenshaw, Creagh, Dale, Fitts Fleming, Goodhue, Hallett, Hill of T. Jackson, Jones, Lanier, Moore of Mad. Mardis, Mead, Martin, Miller, Phillips, Peyton, Pickett, Salter Shotwell, Sargent, Smith and Young- 39.

Those who voted for Mr. Mitchell are, Messrs, Casey, Coats, Conner, Devereux, McCamy, Metcalf, Murphy, McVay, Sullivan, Mr. Speaker, Ashley, Beck, Barclay, Crenshaw, Dale, Dennis, Fields, Fluker, Hallett, Harvey, Hill of T., Harrison, King, Lister, McConnico, Merriwether, McLemore, Moore of J., Moore of Mar., McLaughlin, Powell, Peyton, Salter, Shotwell, Sargent, Skinner, Vining, Whitaker and Weissinger-39.

Those who voted for Mr. Bickley are, Mr. President, Armstrong, Bibb, Coats, Moore, Murphy, Shackleford, Wood. (Reps.) Messrs. Adair, Brown, Crenshaw, Creagh, Dale, Fitts, Fluker, Fleming, Goodhue, Hallett, Hill of T., Hill of B., Jackson, Lister, Lanier, McConnico, Merriwether, McVay, Mardis, Mead, McLaughlin, Manly, Martin, Miller, Phillips, Philpott, Pickett, Perkins, Shotwell and Skinner- 38.

Those who voted for Mr. Saffold are, Messrs, Casey, Coats, Conner, Devereux, McCamy, Metcalf, McVay, Smith, Sullivan, Wood, Ashley, Beck, Brown, Crenshaw, Dennis, Fields, Harvey, Hill of T. King, Merriwether, McLemore, McVay, Moore of J., Moore of Mar., McLaughlin, Powell, Peyton, Perkins, Sims, Skinner and Whitaker- 31.

Those who voted for Mr. McCord are, Messrs, Crabb, McCamy, Adair, Brown, Dennis, Goodhue, Hill of T., Hill of B., Harrison, Jackson, Lister, Lanier, McVay, Moore of Mad, Moore of J., Moore of Mar., Manly, Miller, Phillips, Powell, Perkins, Salter, Shotwell, Smith, Tindall & Vining- 27


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Those who voted for Mr. Kenan are, Messrs. Armstrong, Bibb, Crabb, Devereux, Hopkins, Moore, Smith, Mr. Speaker, Adair, Beck, Dale, Fields, Fitts, Hallett, Jackson, Jones, McConnico, Moore of J., Mead, Martin, Miller, Phillips, Philpott, Smith and Young- 25.

Those who voted for Mr. Meux are, Mr. President, Crabb, Hopkins, McCamy, McVay, Powell, Shackleford, Wood, Adair, Creagh, Fields, Fitts, Fleming, Jones, Moore of Mad, Martin, Miller, Philpott, Perkins, Smith, Tindall, Vining and Young- 23.

Those who voted for Mr. Moore are, Messrs. Crabb, McCamy, McVay, Powell, Smith, Beck, Brown, Fleming, Hill of T., Hill of B., King, McVay, Moore of Mad., Moore of J., Moore of Mar, Miller, Powell, Peyton, Perkins, Sims and Tindall- 21.

Those who voted for Mr. Scott are, Messrs. Casey, Devereux, Sullivan, Wood, Mr. Speaker, Ashley, Beck, Barclay, Crenshaw, Fields, Hill of B., McLemore, Mead, McLaughlin, Peyton, Salter and Weissinger- 17.

Those who voted for Mr. Trigg are, Messrs. Casey, McCamy, McVay, Powell, Beck, Hill of T., Hill of B., King, Moore of Mad, Moore of J., Mead, Powell, Perkins and Tindall- 14.

Those who voted for Mr. Roberts are, Messrs. Bibb, Powell, Wood, (Reps.) Messrs, Dennis, Fields, Hill of B., McLemore, McVay, McLaughlin, Martin, Sims, Vining and Weissinger- 13.

Those who voted for Mr. Crocheron are, Messrs. Casey, Devereux, Metcalf, McVay, Sullivan, Beck, Crenshaw, Goodhue, McLemore, Sargent and Weissinger- 11.

Those who voted for Mr. Harrison are, Messrs. Smith, Wood, Ashley, Beck, Dennis, Harvey, King, McLemore, Peyton, Pickett & Tindall- 11.

Those who voted for Mr. Rinaldi are, Messrs. Smith, Beck, Barclay, Fields, Harvey, King, Powell and Whitaker- 8.

Mr. Shackleford voted for Mr. Vaughn.

No one of the remaining person in nomination having the constitutional majority, the two Houses proceeded again to the election of a twelfth Director of the Bank of the State of Alabama; Henry Hitchcock and Uriah G. Mitchell, Esquires, being in nomination, the votes were:

For Mr. Hitchcock 37           For Mr. Mitchell 34.

The Speaker thereupon declared Henry Hitchcock, duly elected a Director of the Bank of the state of Alabama.

Those who voted for Mr. Hitchcock are, Mr. President, Armstrong, Bibb, Conner, Hopkins, Moore, Shackleford, Mr. Speaker, Adair, Creagh, Fitts, Fluker, Fleming, Goodhue, Hallett, Hill of T., Jackson, Jones, Lister, Lanier, Moore of Mad., Moore of Mar., Mardis, Mead, Manly, Martin, Miller, Phillips, Philpott, Pickett, Perkins, Sims, Skinner, Smith, Tindall, Whitaker and Young- 37.

Those who voted for Mr. Mitchell are, Messrs., Casey, Coats, Crabb, Devereux, McCamy, Metcalf, Murphy, McVay, Smith, Sullivan, Wood, Ashley, Beck, Brown, Barclay, Crenshaw, Dennis, Harvey, Hill of B., Harrison, King, McConnico, Merriwether, McLemore, McVay, Moore of J., McLaughlin, Powell, Peyton, Salter, Shotwell, Sargent, Vining and Weissinger- 34.

The two Houses then proceeded to elect five commissioners to act with the Governor to effect a loan for the Bank of the state of Alabama; George Phillips, Walter Crenshaw, Thomas Casey, Alexander Pope, Thomas H. Wiley, Waller O. Bickley, John J. Crocheron, Joseph Pickens, William Taylor and John Scott being in nomination the votes were:

For Mr. Phillips 63 For Mr. Bickley 27
             Crenshaw 46              Crocheron 26
             Casey 46                Pickens 21
             Pope 41                Taylor 17
             Wiley 32                Scott 16


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The Speaker thereupon declared George Phillips, Walter Crenshaw, Thomas Casey, Alexander Pope, and Thomas H. Wiley, esquires, duly elected Commissioners to act with the Governor in effecting a loan for the State Bank.

Those who voted form Dr. Phillips are Mr. President, Armstrong, Bibb, Conner, Crabb, Devereux, Hopkins, McCamy, Metcalf, Moore, Murphy, Shackleford, Smith, Sullivan, Mr. Speaker, Adair, Ashley, Beck, Brown, Barclay, Creagh, Dale, Fitts, Fluker, Goodhue, Hallett, Harvey, Hill of T., Hill of B., Harrison, Jackson, Jones, King, Lister, Lanier, McConnico, Merriwether, McLemore, McVay, Moore of Mad, Moore of J., Moore of Mar, Mardis, Mead, McLaughlin, Manly, Martin, Miller, Philpott, Powell, Peyton, Pickett, Perkins, Salter, Sims, Shotwell, Sargent, Skinner, Vining, Whitaker, Weissinger and Young- 63.

Those who voted for Dr. Casey are Mr. President, Bibb, Coats, Crabb, Devereux, Hopkins, McCamy, Metcalf, Moore, Murphy, Shackleford, Smith, Sullivan, Wood, Mr. Speaker, Adair, Ashley, Beck, Barclay, Creagh, Dale, Dennis, Fluker, Hallett, Harvey, Hill of B., Jones, King, Lister, Lanier, McConnico, McLemore, Moore of Mad, Moore of J., Moore of Mar., McLaughlin, Miller, Powell, Peyton, Pickett, Sargent, Skinner, Vining, Whitaker, Weissinger and Young- 46.

Those who voted for Mr. Pope are Mr. President, Armstrong, Bibb, Coats, Conner, Crabb, Devereux, Hopkins, McCamy, Metcalf, Murphy, Shackleford, Smith, Mr. Speaker, Brown, Barclay, Creagh, Dale, Fitts, Goodhue, Hallett, Harvey, Hill of T., Jackson, Jones, Lister, Merriwether, Moore of Mad, Moore of J., Moore of Mar., Mardis, McLaughlin, Martin, Peyton, Pickett, Perkins, Salter, Sims, Skinner, Tindall & Whitaker- 41.

Those who voted for Mr. Crenshaw are, Messrs, Armstrong, Coats, Conner, Crabb, Devereux, Metcalf, Moore, Murphy, Smith, Sullivan, Wood, Mr. Speaker, Ashley, Beck, Barclay, Creagh, Dale, Dennis, Fluker, Hallett, Harvey, Hill of T., Hill of B., Harrison, Jones, King, Lister, Lanier, McConnico, Merriwether, McLemore, McVay, Moore of J., Moore of Mar., Mardis, McLaughlin, Powell, Perkins, Salter, Sims, Shotwell, Sargent, Skinner, Vining, Weissinger and Young- 46.

Those who voted for Mr. Wiley are, Messrs, Armstrong, Coats, Conner, Hopkins, McCamy, McVay, Wood, Brown, Fitts, Fluker, Goodhue, Hallett, Hill of T., Hill of B., Harrison, Jones, Lanier, Merriwether, McVay, Mardis, Manly, Martin, Philpott, Powell, Peyton, Perkins, Salter, Shotwell, Sargent, Tindall, Whitaker, Weissinger- 32.

Those who voted for Mr. Bickley are, Mr. President, Bibb, Hopkins, Moore, McVay, Shackleford, Adair, Creagh, Fitts, Fluker, Goodhue, Hill of T., Harrison, Jackson, King, McConnico, Merriwether, McVay, Mead, Martin, Miller, Philpott, Perkins, Shotwell, Tindall, Whitaker and Young- 27.

Those who voted for Mr. Crocheran are, Messrs, Bibb, Coats, Crabb, Devereux, Metcalf, Murphy, McVay, Shackleford, Sullivan, Adair, Beck, Barclay, McConnico, Moore of J., Moore of Mar., Mardis, McLaughlin, Manly, Miller, Philpott, Powell, Pickett, Sims, Shotwell, Sargent and Weissinger- 26.

Those who voted for Mr. Pickens are, Mr. President, Armstrong, Conner, McCamy, McVay, Smith, Wood, Ashley, Beck, Brown, Dennis, Harvey, King, Lister, McLemore, McVay, Moore of Mad., Mead, Manly, Skinner and Vining- 21

Those who voted for Mr. Taylor are, Messrs. Wood, Brown, Fitts, Goodhue, Harrison, Jackson, Jones, Lanier, Moore of Mad, Mead, Martin, Philpott, Peyton, Sims, Tindall, Vining and Young- 17.

Those who voted for Mr. Scott are, Messrs, Moore, McVay, Sullivan, Mr. Speaker, Adair, Ashley, Dale, Hill of B., McLemore, Mead, Manly, Miller, Pickett, Salter and Tindall- 16.

The Senate then withdrew, and then the House adjourned till to-morrow morning 10 o'clock.