Williams1805 to 1809
David Holmes1809 to 1817
Governor of the Territory of Alabama.
Wm. Wyatt BibbMarch 1817 to Nov. 1819
Governors of the State of Alabama.
Wm. Wyatt BibbNov. 1819 to July, 1820
Thomas BibbJuly, 1820 to Nov. 1821
Israel PickensNov. 1821 to Nov. 1825
John MurphyNov. 1825 to Nov. 1829
Gabriel MooreNov. 1829 to Mar. 1831
Saml. B. MooreMar. 1831 to Nov. 1831
John GayleNov. 1831 to Nov. 1835
Clement C. ClayNov. 1835 to July, 1837
Hugh McVayJuly, 1837 to Nov. 1837
United States senators from the State of Alabama.
William R. King16th to 28th1819 to 1844
John W. Walker16th to 17th1819 to 1822
William Kelley17th to 19th1823 to 1825
Henry Chambers19th1825 to 1826
Israel Pickens19th to 20th1826
John McKinley19th to 22d1826 to 1831
Gabriel Moore22d to 25th1831 to 1837
Clement C. Clay25th to 27th1837 to 1841
Arthur P. Bagby27th to 30th1841 to 1848
Dixon H. Lewis28th to 30th1844 to 1848
William R. King30th to 32d1
the United States Senate.—24.
The South Carolina delegation in Congress offered their resignation, but it was not recognized by the speaker, and their names were called regularly through the session. —31.
The Senate committee of thirteen reported that they could not agree upon any plan of adjustment of existing difficulties, and their journal was laid before the Senate.
The authorities of Georgia seized the public property of the United States within its borders.—4. Governor Pickens, having duly proclaimed the sovereign nation of South Carolina, assumed the office of chief magistrate of the new empire, and appointed the following cabinet ministers: A. G. Magrath, Secretary of State; D. F. Jamison, Secretary of War; C. G. Memminger, Secretary of the Treasury; A. C. Garlington, Secretary of the Interior; and W. W. Harllee, Postmaster-General.—7.
The United States House of Representatives, by a vote, commended the course of Major Anderson in Charleston Harbor.—