WEDNESDAY, Dec. 15, 1819.

The senate met pursuant to adjournment.

Mr. Terrell introduced a resolution, directing the secretary of state to have printed, two thousand copies of the captions of the laws, passed during the present session of the general assembly, which was read the first time.

On motion, ordered that the rule which requires all resolutions to be read on three several days be dispensed with, and that the said resolution be read the second and third time forthwith.

Said resolution was then twice read, and passed.

Ordered, the secretary acquaint the house of representatives therewith.

Mr. Moore from the committee on enrolled bills reported, that the committee had presented to his excellency the governor, an act to regulate property contracts for his approval and signature.

A resolution requesting the governor to proclaim a


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day of general thanksgiving, &c,. throughout the state of Alabama, was read the first time.

On motion, ordered that the rule which requires all resolutions to be read on three several days, be dispensed with, and that the said resolution be read the second and third time forthwith.

On motion of Mr. Terrell, the same was amended by striking out the word February, and inserting in lieu thereof, the word April.

Said resolution was then read the third time and passed -- ordered that the secretary acquaint the house of representatives therewith.

A resolution authorising D. Rather to sell certain public property therein named was taken up and read the first time. On motion, ordered that the rule which requires all resolutions to be read on three several days be dispensed with, and that the said resolution be read the second and third time forthwith.

Said resolution was then twice read and passed.

An act for the relief of Rebecca Ann Bondurant was taken up and read the second time.

On motion, ordered that the rule which requires all bills to be read on three several days be dispensed with and that the said bill be read the third time forthwith.

Said bill was then read the third time and passed.

Ordered that the title of said bill be an act for the relief of Rebecca Ann Bondurant.

A bill for the relief of Lucretia Stammers -- and

A bill to amend the several acts concerning ferries, were severally read the second time.

On motion, ordered that the rule which required all bills to be read on three several days be dispensed with, and that the said bills be read the third time forthwith.

The said bills were severally read the third time and passed.

A bill to alter and extend the bounds of the county of Jefferson, was taken up and read.

Mr. Conner moved to postpone said bill indefinitely.

On the question being taken thereupon, it passed in the affirmative.


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According to order, the senate resolved itself into a committee of the whole, on a resolution authorizing the secretary of state, to contract for the public printing and for other purposes, Mr. Watkins in the chair, and after sometime spent therein the committee rose, Mr. President resumed the chair, Mr. Watkins reported said resolution with amendments, which were concurred in.

Said resolution was then read the second time as amended, and ordered to be engrossed, for a third reading.

On motion, ordered that the rule which requires all resolutions to be read on three several days, be dispensed with.

Said resolution as engrossed was then read the third time and passed.

According to order, the senate resolved itself into a committee of the whole, on a bill to incorporate the city of Mobile, Mr. Watkins in the chair, and after some time spent therein, the committee rose, Mr. President resumed the chair, Mr. Watkins reported said bill with amendments, which were concurred in.

On motion, ordered that said bill as amended be considered as engrossed and be read the third time forthwith.

Said bill was then read the third time by its title, and passed.

On motion, ordered that the committee of the whole, be discharged from the further consideration of a bill concerning riots, routs, unlawful assemblies &c., and that said bill be postponed, until the first day of the next session of the general assembly.

On motion of Mr. Rose, the house resolved itself into a committee of the whole, on a bill to regulate interest, Mr. Watkins in the chair, and after some time spent therein, the committee rose, Mr. President resumed the chair, Mr. Watkins reported said bill with amendments.

On motion, ordered that said bill with amendments as reported lie on the table.


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Message from the house of representatives, by Mr. Dillahunt:. Mr. President, the house of representatives have passed an act empowering religious societies to hold real estate.

They have also passed an act to alter and amend the laws regulating public roads.

They have also passed an act prescribing the duties and fees of certain public officers, which several acts originated in your hon. body.

The house of representatives have also passed a resolution, authorizing the secretary of state, to contract for public printing and for other purposes, which resolution originated also in your hon. body.

A bill concerning forthcoming and replevy bonds, was taken up and read the third time; and on the passage thereof the yeas and nays being called for; it passed in the affirmative, yeas 14, nays 6.

Those who voted in the affirmative are messrs. Chambers, Conner, Farmer, Garth, Hanby, Herbert, Hodges, Metcalf, Moore, Rose, Trotter, Terrell, Watkins and Ware.

Those who voted in the negative are messrs. President, Gause, Harwell, Hogg, Ringgold and Seabury.

Message from the house of representatives by Mr. Murrell-- Mr. President and gentlemen of the senate: the house of representatives will be ready this evening at the hour of 3 o'clock for the purpose of electing justices of the county courts for the several counties in this state. Ordered, that the senate do concur therein.

Message from the house of representatives by Mr. Townes --- Mr. President and gentlemen of the senate: the house of representatives agree to the resolution requiring the secretary of state to have printed two thousand copies of the captions of the acts passed during the present session of the General Assembly.

They concur in the resolution authorising Daniel Rather to sell certain public property.

They also concur in the amendments made to the bill regulating public ferries.


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Message from the house of representatives -- Mr. President: the house of representatives have read the third time, a memorial to Congress on the subject of public lands, with a resolution requesting the Governor to transmit the same. Ordered, that the said memorial and resolution lie on the table.

A message from the house of representatives by Mr. Dillahunty -- Mr. President: the house of representatives have passed a bill to fix the compensation of the members of the General Assembly and for other purposes. Said bill was read the first time. On motion of Mr. Chambers, ordered that the rule which requires all bills to be read on three several days be dispensed with, and that said bill be read the second time forthwith, and amended.

On motion of Mr. Moore resolved, that the secretary inform the house of representatives that the senate are ready to meet them in their chamber for the purpose of going into the election of justices of the county court.

Message from the house of representatives by Mr. Perkins -- Mr. President: the house of representatives are ready to receive you in their Chamber for the purpose of going into the election of justices of the county court -- whereupon the members of the senate repaired to the representative chamber, and having taken the seats assigned them, Mr. President arose and declared the object of the meeting, when both houses proceeded to elect justices of the county court, for the county of Conecuh -- Samuel Burnett, Alexander Travis, Bartley Walker, Garrett Longmire, and John W. Devereaux, being in nomination; all the members present voting for them, they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to the election of justices for the county court of Mobile county, Henry V. Chamberlain, Cyrus Sidney, Wm. Coolidge, Henry Gunnison, and Edward Hall, in nomination; all the members present voting for them, they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to the election of justi-


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ces for the county court of Clarke county; Lemuel J. Alston, Samuel B. Shields, Thomas Mattock, Robert Love, and Ira Porter, in nomination; all the members present voting for them, they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to the election of justices of the county court of Baldwin county; Henry B. Slade, Lewis Sewell, Thomas J. Strong, Howell Dupree and Joseph Mims in nomination; all the members present voting for them they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to elect justices of the county court for Monroe county; Wm. Wingate, Lawrens Wood, James L. Goree, Thomas Wiggins and Elisha Robbins, in nomination; all the members present voting for them they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to the election of justices for the county court of Washington county; Wm. Godfrey, George Buchannan, Deneson Darling, George Goodwin, James Teggart and Thomas M'Gee, in nomination.

Those who voted for Mr. Godfrey are Messrs. President, Chambers, Conner, Farmer, Hanby, Hodges, Hogg, Metcalf, Moore, Ringgold, Rose, Seabury, Terrell, Trotter, Watkins, Ware; (rep) Mr. Speaker, Byler, Berney, Bigham, John Brown, Isaac Brown, Cleveland, Creagh, Chapman, Coats, Dale, Dennis, Davis, Dillahunty, Edmundson, Exum, Everett, P. Fitzpatrick, J. Fitzpatrick, Hill, Hardwick, Jones, King, Lamkin, Lee, Murrell, Moody, McBee, Matteson, McCarley, Owen, Perkins, Peters, Sargent, Thompson, Townes, Taylor, Vaughan, Whitaker, Walker, Weedon, Wellbourne and Winston, -60.

Those who voted for Mr. Buchanan are Messrs. President, Chambers, Farmer, Garth, Gause, Hanby, Hodges, Hogg, Metcalf, Moore, Ringgold, Seabury, Terrell, Trotter, Watkins, Ware; (rep) Byler, Berney, Bigham, John Brown, Isaac Brown, Cleveland, Creagh, Coats, Edmundson, Exum, Hill, Jones, Lee, Murrell, Matteson, Perkins, Peters, Sargent, Thompson, Townes, Whitaker, Weedon, and Wellbourne, -39.

Those who voted for Mr. Darling are Messrs. President, Chambers, Conner, Farmer, Garth, Gause, Hanby, Hodges, Hogg, Metcalf, Moore, Ringgold, Rose, Seabury, Trotter, Terrell, Watkins, Ware; Speaker, Byler, Berney, Bigham, J. Brown, Isaac Brown, Cleveland, Creagh, Chapman, Coats, Dale Dennis, Davis, Edmundson, Exum, Everett, P. Fitzpatrick, J. Fitzpatrick, Hill, Hardwick, Jones, King, Lamkin, Lee, Murrell, Moody, McBee, Matterson, McCarley, Owen, Perkins, Peters, Sargent, Thompson, Townes, Taylor, Vaughan, Walker, Whitaker, Wellbourne Wilson and Winston, -61.

Those who voted for Mr. Goodwin are Messrs. Conner, Garth, Gause, Rose, (rep.) Speaker, Chapman, Dennis, Davis, Everett, P. Fitzpatrick, Hardwick, King, Lamkin, Moody, M'Carley, Owen, Vaughan, Walker Wilson and Winston, -20.


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Those who voted for Mr. Teggart are Messrs. President, Chambers, Conner, Farmer, Garth, Gause, Hanby, Hodges, Hogg, Metcalf, Moore, Ringgold, Rose, Seabury, Terrell, Trotter, Watkins, Ware; (rep) Speaker, Byler, Berney, Bigham, John Brown, Isaac Brown, Cleveland, Creagh, Chapman, Coats, Dale, Dennis, Davis, Dillahunty, Edmundson, Exum, Everett, P. Fitzpatrick, J. Fitzpatrick, Hill, Hardwick, Jones, King, Lamkin, Lee, Murrell, Moody, McBee, Matteson, McCarley, Owen, Perkins, Peters, Sargent, Thompson, Townes, Taylor, Vaughan, Whitaker, Walker, Weedon, Wellbourne and Winston, -62.

Those who voted for M'Gee, are Messrs. President, Chambers, Conner, Farmer, Garth, Gause, Hanby, Hodges, Hogg, Metcalf, Moore, Ringgold, Rose, Seabury, Terrell, Trotter, Watkins, Ware; (rep) Speaker, Byler, Berney, Bigham, J. Brown, I. Brown, Cleveland, Creagh, Chapman, Coats, Dennis, Davis, Edmundson, Exum, Everett, P. Fitzpatrick, J. Fitzpatrick, Hardwick, Jones, King, Lamkin, Lee, Murrell, Moody, Matteson, McCarley, Owen, Perkins, Peters, Sargent, Thompson, Townes, Vaughan, Whitaker, Walker, Weedon, Wellbourn Wilson, and Winston, -57.

Messrs. Godfrey, Buchanan, Darling, Teggart and M'Gee, having a majority were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to elect justices of the county court of Dallas county; William Aylett, Gilbert Shearer, Randal Duckworth, John Read, and Jonas Brown, in nomination; all the members present having voted, for them, they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to elect justices of the county court of the county of Butler; Tallaferro Levingston, John Cook , Murrell Womack, James Duncan, and Daniel Gafford, being in nomination; all the members present voting for them, they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to elect justices of the county court of Henry county; William C. Watson, John Fannin, Matthew Watson, S. Smith and Johnston Wright, in nomination; all the members present voting for the, they were duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to elect justices of the county court of the county of Wilcox; William M'Carrel, Wm. Black, Joseph Lowrie, John Speight and Henry Williams, being in nomination; all the members present voting for them, they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to elect justices of the county court of the county of Autauga; James Jackson,


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Wm. R. Pickett, John A. Elmore, John Armstrong, Robert Gaston and Bolling Hall, being in nomination all the members present voting for messrs. Jackson, Pickett, Elmore and Armstrong, were announced only elected.

Both houses then proceeded to elect a fifth justice for the said county, Gaston and Hall in nomination,

Those who voted for Mr. Gaston are Messrs. Farmer, Hanby, Harwell, Hodges, Hogg, Metcalf, Moore, Rose, Watkins, Speaker, Byler, Bigham, Brown, Brown, Cleveland, Chapman, Coates, Dennis, Dillahunty, Exum, Everett, P. Fitzpatrick J. Fitzpatrick, Hardwick, Jones, Lee, Murrell, Moody, McBee, Matteson, McCarley, Peters, Sargent, Townes, Taylor, Whitaker, Walker, Weedon, Wellbourn and Winston. -40.

Those who voted for Mr. Hall, are messrs. President, Chambers, Garth, Gause, Ringgold, Seabury, Terrell, Trotter, Ware, Berney, Creagh, Carson, Dale, Davis, Edmundson, King, Lamkin, Owen, Thompson, and Vaughan, -20.

Mr. Gaston having a majority, was announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to elect justices of the county court for the county of Montgomery, Messrs. Henry B. Stone, John Goldthwaite, Seymore Powell, Eleazer Jeter: all the members present voting for them they were announced duly elected - Mr. President, only, refusing to vote for Mr. Stone.

Both houses then proceeded to elect the fifth justice for said county of Montgomery, Walter B. Lucas and Andrew Townsend, being in nomination.

Those who voted for Mr. Lucas are messrs. President, Conner, Farmer, Garth, Harwell, Hodges, Seabury, Trotter, Watkins, Birney, John Brown, Creagh, Carson, Davis, Edmundson, Perkins and Vaughan, -17.

Those who voted for Mr. Townsend are messrs. President, Gause, Hanby, Metcalf, Moore, Ringgold, Rose, Hogg, Terrell, Ware, Speaker, Bigham, Isaac Brown, Cleveland, Chapman, Coats, Dale, Dennis, Dillahunty, Exum, Everett, Fitzpatrick, Hardwick, Jones, King, Lamkin, Lee, Murrell, Moody, McBee, Matteson, McCarley, Owen, Peters, Sargent, Thompson, Townes, Taylor, Whitaker, Walker, Weeden, Wellbourn, Wilson and Winston, -45.

Mr. Townsend having a majority, was announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to elect justices of the county court for the county of Marengo, John Lockhart, Henry Pearson, Aaron Compton, Ephraim Kates, and William Barton, in nomination -- all the members present voting for them, they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to elect justices of the county court of the county of Tuskaloosa, Isaac Pat-


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rick, Samuel Norsworthy, Jehu Kerksey, Garland Hardwick, and William Parris, being in nomination all the members present voting for them they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to the election of justices of the county court of the county of Cahawba, Roddy Smith, Aggrippa Atkinson, Gabriel Benson, John Kates and John Smith, being in nomination -- all the members present voting for them, they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to the election of justices of the county court for Perry county, John Durden, Travis Trailor, Nathan Reed, Temple Lee and John Johnson, being in nomination -- all the members present voting for them, they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to the election of justices of the county court for Green county, Shelby Corzine, Wm. O'Rear, Patrick May, Wm. Bell and John F. White, being in nomination- all the members present voting for them they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to the election of justices of the county court for the county of Jefferson, Moses Kelly, David Murphy, David Owen, and Robert Lacy being in nomination, and all the members present voting for them, they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded in the election of the fifth justice for said county, Darby Henly and John Wood in nomination.

Those who voted for Mr. Henly are messrs. Chambers, Farmer, Hanby, Hodges, Moore, Seabury, Terrell, Trotter, Ware, Speaker, J. Brown, Creagh, Carson, Davis, Edmundson, M'Carley, Vaughan, Walker, Weedon and Wellbourn-20.

Those who voted for Mr. Wood are Messrs. Garth, Harwell, Hogg, Metcalf, Ringgold, Berney, Bigham, Isaac Brown, Cleveland, Chapman, Coats, Dale, Dillahunty, Exum, Everett, P. Fitzpatrick, Hill, Hardwick, Jones King, Lamkin, Lee, Murrell, Moody, Miller, Matteson, Owen, Perkins, Peters, Sargent, Sims, Thompson, Towns, Taylor, Wilson and Winston, -36.

Mr. Wood having a majority he was announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to the election of justices of the county court of Marion, John Smith, Samuel McGawen, Robert Mason, Thomas Sampson, and Wm.


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Simson, being in nomination and all the members present voting for them, they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to the election of justices of the county court of Franklin county, Wm Lucas, D .G. Roan, Henry Cox, T. W. Cockburn, & J. Cook, being in nomination, and all the members present voting for them, they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to the election of justices of the county court of Lawrence county, John Mosely, H. A. Anderson, John Dickie, Robert M. White and W. Sharp, being in nomination and all the members present voting for them, they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to the election of justices of the county court of Limestone county, Nicholas Davis, James W. Walker, Benjamin Fox, Jesse Coe and John D. Carriel, being in nomination, and all the members present voting for them they were announced duly elected.

Both house then proceeded to the election of justices of the county court for Lauderdale county, Hugh McVay,-------- Craig being in nomination, and all the members present voting for them, they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to the election of three justices for the said county, John Coffee, Zedekiah Tate, Joseph Farmer,-------- Ingram and -------- Fites being in nomination.

Those who voted for Mr. Coffee, are messrs. President, Chambers, Garth, Gause, Hanby, Harwell, Hodges, Hogs, Metcalfe, Ringgold, Seabury, Terrell, Trotter, Watkins, Ware, Byler, Birney, Bigham, John Brown, Isaac Brown, Cleveland, Creagh, Chapman, Coates, Dale, Dennis, Dillahunty, Edmundson, Exum, Everitt, P. Tifzpatrck, J. Fitzpatrick, Hill, Hardwick, Jones, Laurkin, Lee, Murrill, Moody, McBee, Matteson, McCathey, Owen, Perkins, Peters, Sargent, Sims, Thompson, Townes, Taylor, Vaughan, Whitaker, Walker, Weeden, Wellbourn, Wilson and Winston. -68.

Those who voted for Mr. Tate, are messrs. President, Chambers, Garth, Gause, Hanby, Harwell, Hodges, Hogg, Metcalfe, Ringgold, Seabury, Turrell, Watkins, Ware, Speaker, Berney, Creagh, Chapman, Dale, Dennis, Davis, Edmondson, Lamkin Moody, Perkins, Peters, Thompson, Taylor, Vaughan, Whitaker, Weedon, Wellbourn and Wilson. -39.

Those who voted for Mr. Farmer are messrs. President, Chambers, Garth, Gause, Hanby, Harwell, Hodges, Hogg, Ringgold, Seabury, Terrell, Trotter, Watkins, Ware, Burney, Chapman, Dale, Dennis, Davis, Edmundson, Hardwick, Lamkin, Moody, Perkins, Thompson, Taylor, Vaughan, Walker and Wellbourne -29.

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Bigham, John Brown, Isaac Brown, Cleveland, Creagh, Coates, Dillahunty, Exum, Everitt, P. Fitzpatrick, J. Fitzpatrick, Hill, Hardwick, Jones, Lee, Murell, McBee, Matteson, McCarley, Owen, Peters, Sargent, Sims, Townes, Whitaker, Walker, Weedon and Winston, -30.

Those who voted for Mr. Files are messrs. Speaker, Byler, Bigham, John Brown, Isaac Brown, Cleveland, Coates, Dillahunty, Exum, Everitt, P. Fitzpatrick, J. Fitzpatrick, Hill, Jones, Lee, Murrell, McBee, Matteson, McCarley, Owen, Sargent, Sims, Townes and Winston. -24.

Messrs. John Coffee,--------- Tate, and -------- Ingram, having a majority, they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to the election of justices of the county court, of the county of St. Clair, George Shotwell, John Hash, James Thomason, Philip Coleman and Abraham Wharton being in nomination, all the members present voting for them, they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to the election of justices of the county court of Shelby county, Thomas McHenry, Thomas W. Smith, Samuel Gibbins, Needham Lee, Richard Crowson being in nomination, all the members present voting for them, they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to the election of justices of the county court of the county of Blount, Stephen Box, Henry McPherson, William Rino, being in nomination, and all the members present voting for them, they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to elect two other justices for said county, Marston Mead,--------Nash-------- ------Fowler,-------- Vaughan, being in nomination.

Those who voted for Mr. Mead, are messrs. President, Chambers, Farmer, Hanby, Harwell, Moore, Seabury, Trotter, Watkins, Ware, Barney, John Brown, Chapman, Davis, Edmundson, Hardwick, Lamkin, Lee, Owen, Perkins, Peters, Sims, Thompson and Walker -24.

Those who voted for Mr. Nash are Garth, Hodges, Hogg, Metcalfe, Ringgold, Terrell, Speaker, Bigham, Isaac Brown, Cleveland, Creagh, Coates, Dale, Dennis, Davis, Dillahunty, Everitt, P. Fitzpatrick, Hill, Murrill, Matterson, McCarley, Sargent, Townes, Taylor and Winston. -26.

Those who voted for Mr. Fowler, are messrs. Gause, Metcalfe, Ringgold, Terrell, Bigham, Isaac Brown, Coates, Dale, Dillahunty, Exum, Everitt, Fitzpatrick, Jones, Moody, McBee, Matteson, Perkins, Sargent, Townes, Weedon, Wellbourn, Wilson and Winston -23.

Those who voted for Mr. Vaughan, are messrs. President, Chambers, Farmer, Garth, Gause, Hanby, Harwell, Hodges, Hogg, Moore, Seabury, Trotter, Watkins, Ware, Speaker, Berney, John Brown, Cleveland, Creagh, Chapman, Dennis, Edmundson, Exum, P. Fitzpatrick, J. Fitzpatrick, Hardwick, Jones, Lamkin, Lee, Murrill, Moody, McBee, McCarley, Owen, Peters, Sims, Thompson, Taylor, Walker, Weedon, Wellbourne and Wilson -43.


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Mr. Vaughan having a majority was announced duly elected.

Both houses them proceed to elected the fifth justice of the county court of said county, Marstin Reed.-- Nash and -- Fowler, being in nomination.

Those who voted for Mr. Reed, are messrs. President, Chambers, Hanby, Moore, Seabury, Watkins, Ware, Berney, John Brown, Chapman, Davis, Edmundson, Hardwick, Lamkin, Lee, Moody, Owen, Perkins, Sims, Thompson, Vaughan, Whitaker, Walker, Wellbourne and Winston. -25.

Those who voted for Mr. Nash are messrs. Garth, Harwell, Hogg, Ringgold, Terrell, Trotter, Speaker, Isaac Brown, Cleveland, Creagh, Coates, Dale, Dennis, Dillahunty, Everitt, P Fitzpatrick, Hill, King, Murrell, McBee, McCarley, Sargent, Townes, Taylor, Weedon and Winston -26.

Those who voted for Mr. Fowler, are messrs Gause, Metcalfe, Terrell, Bigham, Fitzpatrick and Jones -6.

Neither candidate having a constitutional majority, both houses again proceeded to election.

Those who voted for Mr. Mead, are messrs. President, Chambers, Hanby, Harwell, Moore, Seabury, Trotter, Watkins, Ware, Berney, John Brown, Chapman, Davis, Edmundson, Hardwick, Lamkin, Lee, Moody, McCarley, Owen, Perkins, Thompson, Vaughan, Whitaker, Walker, Welbourn and Wilson -27.

Those who voted for Mr. Nash, are messrs. Garth, Gause, Hodges, Hogg, Metcalfe, Ringgold, Rose, Terrell, Speaker, Byler, Bigham, Isaac Brown, Cleveland, Creagh, Coates, Dale, Dennis, Dillahunty, Exum, Everitt, P. Fitzpatrick, J. Fitzpatrick, Hill, Jones, King, Murrell, McBee, Sargent, Sims, Townes, Taylor, Weedon and Winston -- 32.

Whereupon -------- John Nash was announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to elect justices of the county court for the county of Cotaco; Horatio Philpot; Greene B. Dorsey, William S. Goodhue, Robert Tapscott and Joseph Sikes being in nomination, all the members present voting for them they were announced duly elected.

Both houses then proceeded to elected justices of the county court for the county of Jackson, George W. Thompson, Ephraim Bridges, John Kirby, Hezekiah Bailes and Richard Easly, being in nomination all the members present voting for them, they were announced duly elected.

Both houses them proceeded to elect justices of the county court of the county of Madison; Leroy Pope, Charles Bates, J. W. Withers, David Moore, John M. Leak,-------- Roundtree,------ Shackleford, Robert Davis, John A. Allen, Isaac Jackson, Wm Easter Thos. Miller and Thomas Roberts, being in nomination.

Those who voted for Mr. Pope are messrs. President, Chamber, Gause, Harwell, Hodges, Metcalfe, Ringgold, Seabury, Terrell, Trotter, Watkins, Ware- Speaker, Byler, Birney, Bigham, I Brown, Bates, Creagh, Chapman, Coates, Dale, Davis, Dillahunty, Edmundson, Exum, Everitt, Hardwick, King, Lamkin, Lee, Moody, McBee, Matteson, Owen, Perkins, Sargent, Sims, Thompson, Townes, Taylor, Vaughan and Winston. -44.


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Those who voted for Mr Bates are messrs. President, Garth, Gause, Hrwell, Seabury, Terrell, Trotter, Ware- Speaker, Byler, Birney, Bigham, I. Brown, Bates, Creagh, Chapman, Coates, Dale, Davis, Dillahunty, Edmundson, Exum, Hill, Hardwick, Lamkin, Murrel, Moody, Matteson, Owen, Perkins, Sargent, Sims, Thompson, Townes and Winston, -36.

Those who voted for Mr. Withers are messrs. President, Garth, Gause, Harwell, Seabury, Trotter, Watkins- Speaker, Byler, Birney, Bigham, Isaac Brown, Bates, Creagh, Chapman, Coates, Dale, Davis, Dillahunty, Edmundson, Exum, Lamkin, Murrell, Moody, McBee, Matteson, Owen, Perkins, Sargent, Thompson, Townes and Winston. -32.

Those who voted for Mr. Moore are messrs. President, Chambers, Garth, Gause, Harwell, Hodges, Metcalfe, Ringgold, Seabury, Terrell, Trotter, Watkins, Ware- Speaker, Byler, Birney, Bigham, Isaac Brown, Bates, Creagh ,Chapman, Coates, Dale, Davis, Dullahunty, Edmundson, Exum, J. Fitzpatrick, Hill, Harwick, Jones, King, Lamkin, Lee, Murrell, Moody, M'Bee, Matterson, Owen, Perkins, Sargent, Sims, Thompson, Townes, Taylor, Vaughan, Whitaker and Winston -48.

Those who voted for Mr. Leak are messrs. Garth, Hodges, Ringgold, Seabury, Terrell, Ware (rep.) Byler, Isaac Brown, Bates, Creagh, Coats, Davis, Dillahunty, Edmundson, Exum, Hill, Hardwick, Lamkin, Lee, Murrell, Moody, M'Bee, Matterson, Perkins, Sargent, Sims, Thompson, Townes, Whitaker and Winston -30.

Those who voted for Mr. Davis are messrs. President, Chambers, Hanby, Harwell, Hodges, Metcalfe, Ringgold, Rose, Seabury, Terrell, Trotter, Ware- Speaker, Berney, Bigham, John Brown, Cleveland, Creagh, Chapman, Dale, Dennis, P. Fitzpatrick, J. Fitzpatrick, Jones, King, Lee, McBee, Sims, Taylor, Vaughan, Whitaker, Walker, Weedon, Wellbourne -34.

Those who voted for Mr. Shackleford are messrs. Moore, Walker and Wellbourne -3.

Those who voted for Mr. Roundtree are messrs. Everett, Hardwick, Murrell and Taylor -4.

Those who voted for Mr. Jackson are messrs. Chambers, Garth, Hanby, Metcalf, Moore, Watkins, J Brown, Bates, Creagh, Dennis, Everett, P Fitzpatrick, Hill, Jones, King, Owen, Vaughan, Whitaker, Walker, and Weedon -20.

Those who voted for Mr. Easter are messrs. Moore, Rose, John Brown, Dennis Everett, P. Fitzpatrick, J. Fitzpatrick, Jones, Walker, Weedon and Wellbourn -11.

Those who voted for Mr. Miller are messrs. Hanby, Rose, John Brown, Cleveland, Dennis, Everett, P. Fitzpatrick, J. Fitzpatrick, Jones, Whitaker, Weedon and Wellbourn -12.

Those who voted for Mr. Roberts are messrs. Chambers, Hodges, Metcalfe, Moore, Ringgold, Rose, John Brown, Cleveland, Dennis, P. Fitzpatrick, J. Fitzpatrick, King, Vaughan, Whitaker, Walker, Weedon and Wellbourn -17.

Whereupon Leroy Pope, Charles Bates,----- Withers, Moore and Davies, were announced as duly elected.

The senate adjourned until to-morrow at ten o'clock.