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NOTES.

NOTE No. 1--Supreme Court of Appeals.--Richmond, Var: Of the number commenced, twenty. one were cases of the Commonwealth,

NOTE No. 2-Corporation Court.-Richmond city: This court being a court of exclusive origi. nal jurisdiction of all criminal prosecutions for the city of Richmond, and it having no original civil jurisdiction, except in actions of forcible or unlawful entry and detainer, there are no cases to make report of in the second of the classes set out in the form prescribed by law, as above. Of the one hundred and forty-seven criminal cases pending on the dockets of this court on the last day of August, 1893, as shown by this report, ninety-eight were revenue cases instituted at the July term previous, and were continued till the next September term (there being no term of this court held in August), and consequently there were only fortynine criminal cases proper then pending on the docket.

NOTE NO. 3—Corporation Court.--Winchester: Under " actions at law," appeal cases and attachment cases from justices of peace are not included.

NOTE No. 4-Circuit Courts-Third Circuit.-Buckingham: The number of chancery suits pending at the fall term, 1892, was two hundred and sixty-nine, and the number of chancery suits pending at the spring term, 1893, was two hundred and seventy-six.

NOTE No. 5Fifth Circuit.-Appomattox: The number of final decrees embraces decrees entered on commissioners' reports for restoring lost records, of which there were twelve, leaving fourteen final decrees in pending causes.

NOTE No. 6—Ninth Circuit.-Northumberland: Law-In No. 7 commenced are three appeals from the county court, two liquor cases, and one in case of probate of will. In No. 7 pending cases is an appeal in said will case.

NOTE No. 7-Thirteenth Circuit.-Rockbridge: Among the actions at law decided are included eight cases of judgments confessed and dismissed at rules in the office, and also two issues out of chancery.

NOTE NO. 8.Thirteenth Circuit.-Rockingham: The chancery finals include nine petitions consolidated with suits or otherwise disposed of.

NOTE No. 9-Seventeenth Circuit.--Scott: The case under heading “change of venue to the court" was a prisoner indicted in county court, who elected to be tried in circuit court.

COUNTIES AND CITIES

FROM WHICH

NO REPORTS RECEIVED FOR YEAR ENDING AUGUST

31, 1893.

Corporation Courts.- Norfolk, North Danville and Roanoke.

CIRCUIT COURTS.
First Circuit.-Southampton and city of Norfolk.
Eighth Circuit.- Northampton,
Eleventh Circuit.-Rappa hannock.
Fourteenth Circuit.- Roanoke county.
Fifteenth Circuit-Pulaski, Giles, Bland and Tazewell.
Sixteenth Circuit.-Grayson.
Eighteenth Circuit.-Roanoke city.

J. BELL BIGGER,
Clerk of House of Delegates.

A STATEMENT

SHOWING THE

STATUS OF THE ACCOUNTS

OF THE TREASURERS AND CLERKS OF COURTS OF THE SEVERAL COUNTIES
AND CITIES OF THE COMMONWEALTH, PREPARED BY THE AUDITOR
OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS IN OBEDIENCE TO A CONCURRENT
RESOLUTION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, AP-
PROVED DECEMBER 9, 1893, AND SUB-

MITTED JANUARY 6, 1894.

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,

Richmond, VA., January 6th, 1894. Hon. R. H. CARDWELL,

Speaker of the House of Delegates: Sir,-In obedience to a concurrent resolution of the General Assembly, agreed to on the 9th ulto., I beg leave to hand you herewith a statement showing the status of the accounts of the treasurers and clerks of the several cities and counties of the Commonwealth.

Very respectfully,

MORTON MARYE,

Auditor of Public Accounts

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