TUESDAY, July, 13, 1819

The Convention met pursuant to adjournment.
Mr. Hitchcock from the committee of elections made the following report which was received.
The committee of elections to whom was referred the certificates and. credentials of the members returned to serve in this Convention, report the following members duly elected.
From the county of Madison-Clement C. Clay, John Leigh, Townes, Henry Chambers, Lemuel Mead, John W. Walker, Gabriel Moore, Henry Minor and John Taylor.
From the county of Blount-John Brown, Isaac Brown, and Gabriel Hanby.
From the county of Limestone-Thos. Bibb, Beverly Hughes, and Nicholas Davis.
From the county of Shelby-George Phillips and Thomas A. Rogers.
From the county of Montgomery-John D. Bibb and James W. Armstrong.
From the county of Washington-Israel Pickens and Henry Hitchcock.
From the county of Tuskaloosa-Marmaduke Williams and John L. Tindal.
From the county of Monroe-John Watkins, John Murphy, James Pickens, and Thomas Wiggins.
From the county of Lawrence-Arthur F. Hopkins and Daniel Wright.
From the county Franklin-Richard Ellis and William Metcalf.
From the county of Cotaco-Malkijah Vaughan, and Thomas D. Crabb.
From the county of ClarkBReuben Saffold and James M=Goffin.
From the county of Baldwin-Harry Toulmin.
From the county of Cahaba-Littlepage Sims.
From the county of Conecuh-Samuel Cook.
From the county of Dallas-William R. King.
From the county of Marengo-Washington Thompson.
From the county of Marion-John D. Terril.
From the county of Lauderdale-Hugh M=Vay.
From the county of St. Clair-David Conner.
From the county of Autauga-James Jackson.


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Mr. Toulmin from the committee appointed to draft an ordinance, conformably to the conditions, contained in the 6th section of the act for the admission of this Territory into the Union; made a report, which was received and read the first time.
And on motion ordered that the said report be referred to a committee of the whole and be made the order of the day for tomorrow, and that fifty copies thereof be printed for the use of the members.
Mr. Clay, from the committee appointed to draft a plan of a Constitution or form of Government for the State to be formed of the Alabama Territory, made a report, which was received and read the first time.
And on motion of Mr. Clay, ordered that the said report be referred to a Committee of the whole and be made the order of the day for Thursday next.
Mr. Chambers moved that one hundred copies of the said report be printed for the use of the Convention.
And the question being taken thereon it was decided in the negative.
Mr. Clay moved that seventy-five copies be printed for the use of the Convention.
And the question being taken thereon it was decided in the affirmative.
On motion, ordered that the Convention do now adjourn till 10 o'clock to-morrow morning.