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4. William D. Kelley.
Vermont -3. 5. Alfred C. Harmer.
1. Charles W. Willard. 6. James S. Biery.
2. Luke P. Poland. 7. Washington Townsend. 8. Heister Clymer.
3. George W. Hendee. 9. A. Herr Smith.
Virginia -9. 10. John W. Killinger.
1. James B. Sener. 11. John B. Storm.
2. James H. Platt, Jr. 12. Lazarus D. Shoemaker. 3. J. Ambler Smith. 13. James D. Strawbridge.
4. A. H. H, Stowell. 14. John B. Packer.
5. Alexander M. Davis. 15. John A. Magee.
6. Thomas Whitehead. 16. John Cessna.
7. John T. Harris. 17. R. Milton Speer.
8. Eppa Hunton. 18. Sobieski Ross.
9. Rees T. Brown. 19. Carlton B. Curtis,
West Virginia-3. 20. Hiram L. Richmond. 21. Alexander Wilson Taylor. 2. J. Marshall Hagans.
1. John J. Davis. 22. James S. Negley. 23. Ebenezer McJunkin.
3. Frank Hereford. 24. William S. Moore.
1, Charles G. Williams. Rhode Island - 2.
2. Gerry W. Hazelton. 1. Benjamin T. Eames. 3. J. Allen Barber. 2. James M. Pendleton. 4. Alexander Mitchell. South Carolina – 5.
5. Charles A. Eldredge.
6. Philetus Sawyer. R. H. Cain (at large).
7. Jeremiah M. Rusk. 1. Joseph H. Rainey.
8. Alexander S. McDill. 2. Alonzo J. Ransier. 3. Robert B. Elliot.
TERRITORIAL DELEGATES. 4. Alexander S. Wallace.
Richard C. McCormick.
Dakota. 3. William Crutchfield. Moses K. Armstrong. 4. John M. Bright.
District of Columbia. 5. Horace H. Harrison. Norton P. Chipman. 6. W. C. Whitthorne.
Idaho. 7. J. D. C. Atkins.
John Hailey. 8. David A. Nunn. 9. Barbour Lewis.
Asa H. Willie (at large). 1. William S. Herndon.
Washington. 2. W. P. McLean.
O. B. McFadden. 3. D. C. Giddings.
Wyoming. 4. John Hancock.
William R. Steele.
AS ESTABLISHED BY CHAP. 619, LAWS OF 1872, PASSED
MAY 9, 1872.
One Congressman at Large. DISTRICTS.
I.-The counties of Suffolk, Queens and Richmond shall
compose the first district. II.-The first, second, fifth, sixth, eighth, tenth, twelfth
and twenty-second wards of the city of Brooklyn
shall compose the second district. III.-The third, fourth, seventh, eleventh, thirteenth, nine
teenth and twentieth wards of the city of Brooklyn, and the twenty-first ward of said city, as bounded by section two of chapter eight hundred and fourteen of the laws of eightoen hundred and sixty-eight, shall
compose the third district. IV.-The ninth ward of the city of Brooklyn, as bounded
by section one of chapter eight hundred and fourteen of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-eight, thọ fourteenth, fifteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth wards of said city, and the towns of Flatbush, Flatlands, Gravesend, New Lots and New Utrecht, in the county of Kings, shall
compose the fourth district. V.-The first, second, third, fourth, Afth, sixth, seventh,
eighth and fourteenth wards of the city of New York
and Governor's Island shall compose the fifth district. VI.-The eleventh and thirteenth wards of the city of New
York, and that portion of the eighteenth and twentyfirst wards of said city lying east of Third avenue,
shall compose the sixth district. VII.-The tenth and seventeenth wards of the city of New
York, and that portion of the eighteenth ward of said city lying west of Third avenue, shall compose the
seventh district. VIII.-The ninth, Afteenth and sixteenth wards of the city of New York, and that portion
of the twenty-first ward of said 'city lying west of Third avenue, shall
compose the eighth district.
New York shall compose the ninth district.
York, and Blackwell's, Ward's and Randall's Islands,
shall 'compose the tenth district. XI.-The counties of Westchester, Rockland and Putnam
shall compose the eleventh district.
the twelfth district.
the thirteenth district. XIV.-The counties of Ulster and Greene shall compose the
fourteenth district. XV.-The counties of Albany and Schoharie shall compose
the fifteenth district. XVI.-The counties of Rensselaer and Washington shall
compose the sixteenth district. XVII.—The counties of Warren, Essex and Clinton shall com
pose the seventeenth district. XVIII.-The counties of St. Lawrence and Franklin shall com
pose the eighteenth district. XIX.-The counties of Fulton, Hamilton, Montgomery, Sara
toga and Schenectady shall compose the nineteenth
district. XX.-The counties of Delaware, Otsego and Chenango shall
compose the twentieth district. XXI.-The counties of Jefferson, Lewis and Herkimer shall
compose the twenty-first district. XXII.-The county of Oneida shall compose the twenty
second district. XXIII.-The counties of Madison and Oswego shall compose
the twenty-third district. XXIV.-The counties of Onondaga and Cortland shall com
pose the twenty-fourth district. XXV.-The counties of Cayuga, Wayne and Seneca shall com
pose the twenty-fifth district. XXVI.-The counties of Ontario, Livingston and Yates shall
compose the twenty-sixth district. XXVII.-The counties of Tioga, Tompkins, Broome and
Schuyler shall compose the twenty-seventh district. XXVIII.-The counties of Chemung, Steuben and Allegany shall
compose the twenty-eighth district. XXIX.-The counties of Monroe and Orleans shall compose
the twenty-ninth district. XXX.-The counties of Genesee, Niagara and Wyoming shall
compose the thirtieth district. XXXI.-The county of Erie shall compose the thirty-first
district. XXXII.-The counties of Chautauqua and Cattaraugus shall
compose the thirty-second district.
UNITED STATES COURTS.
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. Appointed. 1863. SALMON P. CHASE, Ohio, Chief Justice (Fourth Circuit). 1858. NATHAN CLIFFORD, Portland, Me., Assoc. Justice (First Circuit). 1873. WARD HUNT, Utica N. Y.,
do (Second do 1870. WM. STRONG, Philadelphia, Penn., do (Third do 1870. JOSEPH P. BRADLEY, New Jersey, do (Fifth do 1862. Noah M. SWAYNE, Columbus, Ohio, do (Sixth do 1862. DAVID DAVIS, Bloomington, Illinois, do (Seventh do 1862. SAMUEL F. MILLER, Keokuk, Iowa, do (Eighth do 1863. STEPHEN J. FIELD, California,
do (Ninth do The court holds one general term, annually, at Washington, D, C., commencing on the first Monday in December.
D. WESLEY MIDDLETON, of Washington, Clerk.
CIRCUITS AND CIRCUIT JUDGES OF THE UNITED STATES. First Circuit-(Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island)GEORGE F. SHEPLEY, of Portland, Maine.
Second Circuit-(New York, Vermont and Connecticut)-LEWIS B. WOODRUFF, of New York city.
Third Circuit-(Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware)-WILLIAM MCKENNAN, of Pennsylvania. Fourth Circuit-(Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina)-HUGH L. BOND, of Maryland.
Fifth Circuit-(Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas) --WILLIAM B. Woods, of Alabama.
Sixth Circuit-(Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky and Tennessee)-HALMER H. EMMONS, of Detroit, Michigan.
Seventh Circuit-(Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin)-THOMAS DRUMMOND, of Chicago, Illinois.
Eighth Circuit-(Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas and Arkansas)- John F. DILLON, of Dubuque, Iowa.
Ninth Circuit-(California, Oregon and Nevada)-LORENZO SAWYER, of San Francisco, California.
The Circuit Courts in each Circuit shall be held by the Justice of the Supreme Court allotted to the Circuit, or by the Circuit Judge of the Circuit, or by the District Judge of the District sitting alone, or by the Justice of the Supreme Court and Circuit Judge sitting together, in which case the Justice of the Supreme Court shall preside, or in the absence of either of them by the other (who shall preside) and the District Judge.
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. For the Second Circuit (including New York, Vermont and Connecticut). Judges—WARD HUNT, Louis R. WOODRUFF and District Judge.
TERMS, New York: Northern District, Albany, 2d Tuesday in October; Ca nandaigua, 3d Tuesday in June; also adjourned term, for civil business only, at Albany, 3d Tuesday in January, and at Utica, 3d Tuesday in March. Charles Mason, Clerk, N. D., office, Utica.
New York: Southern District, New York, last Monday in February, 1st Monday in April, and 3d Monday in October. 'Kenneth G. White, Clerk, S. D., office, New York.
New York: Eastern District, Brooklyn, 1st Wednesday in each month. Charles W. Newton, Clerk, E. D., office, Brooklyn.
* See Act of Congress, to amend judicial system of the United States, approved April 10, 1869.
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. New York: Northern District, NATHAN K. HALL, Judge, Buffalo; Richard Crowley, Attorney, Lockport; M. P. Fillmore, Clerk, Buffalo; Isaac F. Quinby, Marshal, Rochester.
TERMS-Albany, 3d Tuesday in January; Utica, 3d Tuesday in March; Rochester, 2d Tuesday in May; Buffalo, 3d Tuesday in August; Auburn, 3d Tuesday in November. A special term by appointment at Oswego, Plattsburgh or Watertown, and
a special session in Admiralty at the city of Buffalo, on Tuesday of each week.
New York: Southern District, SAMUEL BLATCHFORD, Judge, New York; George Bliss Jr. Attorney,
New York; George
H. Sharpe, Marshal, New York; George F. Betts, Clerk.
TERMS-New York, 1st Tuesday in each month,
New York: Eastern District, CHARLES L. BENEDICT, Judge, Brooklyn; B. F. Tracy, Attorney, Brooklyn; Samuel R. Harlow, Marshal, Brooklyn; Samuel T. Jones, Clerk, Brooklyn. TERMS-Brooklyn, 1st Wednesday in each month.
UNITED STATES JUDICIAL COURTS.
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK, Counties of Albany, Allegany, Broome, Cattaraugus, Cayuga, Chautauqua, Chemung, Chenango, Clinton, Cortland, Delaware, Erie, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Genesee, Hamilton, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Livingston, Madison, Monroe, Montgomery, Niagara, Oneida, Onondaga, Ontario, Orleans, Oswego, Otsego, Rensselaer, St. Lawrence, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Schuyler, Seneca, Steuben, Tioga, Tompkins, Warren, Washington, Wayne, Wyoming and Yates.
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK. Counties of Columbia, Dutchess, Greene, New York, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, Ulster and Westchester.
EASTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK. Counties of Kings, Queens, Suffolk and Richmond, and concurrent jurisdiction with the Southern
District over the waters of the Counties of New York, Kings, Queens and Suffolk,