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OF THE

SESSION OF 1872-73

OF THE

SENATE OF ALABAMA,

HELD IN THE

CITY OF MONTGOMERY,

COMMENCING ON THE 18TH OF NOVEMBER, 1972.

WITH AN INDEX,

PREPARED BY THE SECRETARY OF STATE.

TRY OF CONGO

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UNIVERSITY OF CHICACO

LIBRARIES

266892 MARCH 1930

JOURNAL.

UNITED STATES COURT BUILDING,

Montgomery, Alabama, MONDAY, November 18, 1872.

This being the third Monday of November, the day fixed by law for the annual meeting of the General Assembly of the State of Alabama, the Senate was called to order, in the United States Court Building, by Mr. M. P. Blue, Secretary of the Senate, in the absence of Lieutenant Governor Moren.

On motion,

The districts were called, when the following Senators elect answered to their names :

1st District-W. R. Chisholm;
4th District-S. H. Murphy ;
13th District-J. L. Pennington ;
14th District-W. W. Glass ;
15th District-Walton B. Harris ;
16th District-B. F. Royal ;
17th District-Jacob Black;
18th District-C. S. G. Doster ;
19th District-A. P. Wilson ;
20th District-J. W. Jones;
22d District-A. H. Curtis;
23d District-G. H. Duskin ;
24th District-Lloyd Leftwich;
25th District-W. J. Gilmore ;

26th District-J. W. Dereen.
On motion of Mr. Duskin,

Mr. Pennington was called to preside as temporary
President.

On motion of Mr. Black,
Mr. M. P. Blue was elected temporary Secretary.
On motion of Mr. Wilson,

Mr. William Duncan was selected as temporary Door-
Keeper.

Senate then adjourned until 4 p. m.

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