TUESDAY, 6th July, 1819.

The Convention met pursuant to adjournment.
Mr. Wiggins, a member from the county of Monroe, appeared and took his seat.
On motion-Resolved, That the Governor of this Territory be admitted to take a seat within the bar of this House.
On motion-Resolved, that the President assign to Mr. Boardman a seat within the bar of this house, for the purpose of taking down the proceedings thereof.
On motion of Mr. Mead-Resolved, That a Committee of Accounts be appointed, whereupon the following members were appointed Messrs, Mead, Davis, Crabb, Wright and M’Vay.
On motion, ordered that the Secretary of the Convention under the direction of the President thereof, be and he is hereby authorised to contract for the Printing ordered by the Convention to be done during its session.
Mr. Williams offered the following resolution-Resolved, That it be expedient for the Convention at this time to form a Constitution and State Government for the people of the Alabama Territory.
To which Mr. Clay offered the following addition as an amendment, in conformity with an Act of Congress of the United States passed on the second day of March, one thousand eight hundred and nineteen, entitled it “An act to enable the people of the Alabama Territory to form a Constitution and State Government, and for the admission of such State into the Union, on an equal footing with the original states,” and
The question being taken thereon, it passed in the affirmative.
The question was then taken upon the resolution as amended, and decided in the affirmative.
The ayes and noes being demanded by two members present:  Those who voted in the affirmative were, Mr. President Messrs Armstrong, Bibb (of Limestone) Bibb, (of Montgomery) Brown, Chambers, Clay, Conner, Crook, Crabb, Davis, Ellis, Hanby, Hitchcock, Hopkins, Hughes, Jackson, King M'Goffin, M’Vay, Mead, Metcalf, Minor, Moore, Murphy, Phillips. Pickens, (of Munroe) Pickens, (of Washington) Rogers, Saffold; Sims, Taylor, Terril, Thompson, Tindal, Townes, Vaughan, Watkins, Wiggins, Williams and Wright.
No one voting in the negative, the said resolution was unanimously adopted.


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On Motion of Mr. Clay-Resolved, That a Committee of___members be appointed to prepare and report to this Convention a plan of a Constitution or form of Government for the State to be formed of the Alabama Territory,
And on motion-Resolved, That the Convention do now proceed to the consideration of Resolution.
And upon the question being taken thereon it was determined in the affirmative.
And the question being put, will the Convention agree to the said resolution, it was decided in the affirmative.
Mr. M=Vay moved that the, blank in the said Resolution be filled with the number twenty-two; which motion was decided in the negative.
Mr. Moore moved that the blank be filled with the number twenty: which motion was also decided in the negative.
Mr. Clay moved that the blank be filled with the number fifteen, which motion was decided in the affirmative.
Whereupon the following members were appointed in pursuance of the said resolution, to wit: Messrs. Clay, Pickens (of Washington) Bibb, (of Limestone) King, Taylor, Bitchcock, Murphy, Chambers, Hopkins, Saffold, Phillips, Watkins, Hughes, Bibb (of Montgomery) and Ellis.
On motion ordered that the Convention do now adjourn till ten o'clock to morrow morning.