FRIDAY, Nov. 5, 1819.

The senate met pursuant to adjournment.

Mr. Casey presented the petition of sundry citizens of the town of Cahawba, praying the passage of a law, for the incorporation of said town: which was read and on motion ordered to be referred to the committee on the town of Cahawba.

Mr. Rose, proposed the following resolution: Resolved, that both houses of the General Assembly of the state of Alabama, convene in the representatives chamber on to-morrow at the hour of 12 o'clock , for the purpose of electing a Secretary of state, Comptroller of public accounts, Treasurer, Adjutant and Quartermaster General: which was read and on motion ordered to lie on the table.

A message from the house of representatives by messrs. Lamkin and Dillahunty: Mr. President, the house of representatives beg leave to inform your honorable body that they have disagreed to the second resolution sent from the senate on Tuesday last, and adopted the following in lieu thereof:

"And be it further resolved, that this General Assembly do highly approve of the conduct of Maj. General Andrew Jackson in the prosecution of the late war with the Seminole Indians, and sincerely regret the course pursued by such members of the Congress of the United States as attempted at their last session to censure this distinguished chieftian"; to which they ask your


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concurrence: which was read, and on motion of Mr. Casey, ordered to lie on the table.

On motion of Mr. Watkins, according to order, the senate resolved itself into committee of the whole on a bill to establish certain counties therein named: Mr. Moore in the chair- and after some time spent therein the committee rose, Mr. President resumed the chair and Mr. Moore reported that the committee had, according to order, had said bill under consideration and made sundry amendments thereto: which on motion was ordered together with said bill to lie on the table.

The further orders of the day were postponed until to-morrow.

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