SATURDAY, July 31, 1819.

The Convention met pursuant to adjournment.
On motion of Mr. King Resolved, that an additional member be appointed to supply the place of Mr. Clay (absent from indisposition) to superintend the enrolling of the Constitution; whereupon Mr. Taylor was appointed.
Mr. King then moved that the committee have permission to attend to the enrolling during the session of the Convention; which was granted.


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On motion of Mr. Bibb (of Montgomery) the ordinance establishing separate places of election was read a third time and passed.
On motion of Mr. Bibb of Montgomery, Resolved, that the said ordinance be considered as enrolled; and that it be signed by the President and attested by the Secretary.
Mr. Pickens (of Washington) offered the following resolution. Resolved that the compensation due to the members and officers of this Convention, as well as all other contingent expences of the Convention, be paid on the order of President out of any money in the Treasury. And the question being taken thereon, it was decided in the affirmative.
Mr. Pickens (of Washington) offered the following resolution, Resolved, that a copy of Constitution be prepared under the direction of the President and transmitted to the Congress of the United States. And the question being taken thereon, it was decided in the affirmative.

Mr. Bibb (of Montgomery) offered the following resolution, Resolved, that forty-four copies of the Constitution be printed for the use of the members of this Convention, and that one thousand copies be distributed by the Secretary of State among the several counties according to the temporary apportionment of Representatives. And the question being taken thereon, it passed in the affirmative.
On motion, of Mr. Pickens (of Washington) Resolved, that when this Convention adjourns it will adjourn till 10 o'clock on Monday next.
On motion, ordered that the Convention do now adjourn.