THURSDAY, Nov. 4, 1819

Mr Moore, moved for and obtained leave to introduce a bill to be entitled an act to repeal certain laws therein named; which was read the first time.


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On motion, ordered that said bill be read the second time and made the order of the day on to-morrow.

Mr. Hodges from the select committee to whom was referred the petition of Alle Kyle, reported a bill to be entitled an act to authorize Alle Kyle to make title to a certain tract of land: which was read the first time, and on motion, ordered that said bill be read a second time and made the order of the day on Saturday next.

On motion of Mr. Moore, the order of the day on the bill to establish the town of Triana, and incorporate its trustees, was taken up and read a second time, and on motion ordered to be committed to a committee of the whole, and made the order of the day on to-morrow.

On motion of Mr. Watkins, the order of the day on a bill to establish certain counties therein named, was called up, and read a second time, and on motion of Mr. Gause ordered to be referred to a committee of the whole house, and made the order of the day on to-morrow.

The point of order of yesterday on the resolution proposing to amend the constitution of the State of Alabama, was called up, when Mr. President decided, that to negative a motion to read a second time and make the order of the day for a future day is equivalent to a rejection of the proposition, which shall hereafter be a rule for the government of the senate, but not operate on this particular case.

On motion of Mr. Moore, ordered that said resolution be read a second time and made the order of the day on to-morrow.

On motion of Mr. Terrell Mr. Herbert, was added to the committee on the Judiciary.

On motion of Mr. Metcalf, a bill authorizing William Russell sen., and Joshua Gotcher to sell certain lands therein mentioned, was taken up and read, and on motion ordered that said bill be referred to a committee of the whole house, and made the order of the day on to-morrow.


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Mr. Moore, proposed the following resolution; Resolved, that a committee be appointed to act jointly with such committee as may be appointed by the house of representatives to wait upon Maj. General Andrew Jackson, and acquaint him of the purport of the resolution of the Legislature of the state of Alabama, expressive of the high sense they entertain of his meritorious services; which was read, and on motion ordered to lie on the table.

The senate adjourned until to-morrow. morning 10 o'clock.