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DIRTRICTs. twenty-second wards as is east of Eighthavenue, and st much of the nineteenth and twenty-first wards of said city as lies west of Third avenue, and Ward's and Randall's Islands, shall compose the eleventh district. XII-Thefloonty of Westchester shall compose the twelfth strict. XIII.-The counties of Putnam, Butchess and Columbia shall compose the thirteenth district. XIV.-The counties of Rockland, Orange and Sullivan shall compose the fourteenth district. XV.-The counties of Ulster, Greene and Schoharie shall compose the fifteenth district. XVI.-The county of Albany shall compose the sixteenth district. XVII.-The counties of Rensselaer and Washington shall . compose the seventeenth district. XVIII.-The counties of Warren, Essex and Clinton shall compose the eighteenth district, XIX.-The counties of St. Lawrence and Franklin shall compose the nineteenth district. XX.-The counties of Fulton, Hamilton, Montgomery, Saratoga and Schenectady shall compose the twentieth district. XXI.-The counties of Delaware, Otsego and Chenango shall compose the twenty-first district. XXII.-The counties of Jefferson, Lewis and Herkimer shall compose the twenty-second district. xxiii-ho soonty of Oneida shall compose the twenty-third strict.

XXIV.-The counties of Madison and Oswego shall compose the twenty-fourth district. XXV.-The counties of Onondaga and Cortland shall compose the twenty-fifth district. XXVI.-The counties of Cayuga, Wayne and Seneca shall compose the twenty-sixth district. XXVII.-The counties of Ontario, Livingston and Yates shall compose the twenty-seventh district. XXVIII.-The counties of Tioga, Tompkins, Broome and Schuy. ler shall compose the twenty-eighth district. XXIX.-The counties of Chemung, Steuben and Allegany shall compose the twenty-ninth district. XXX.-The counties of Monroe and Orleans shall compose the thirtieth district. XXXI.-The counties of Niagara, Genesee and Wyoming shall compose the thirty-first district. xxxii-hoonly of Erie shall compose the thirty-second storico. XXXIII.-The counties of §: and Cattaraugus shall compose the thirty-third district. .

UNITED STATES COURTS,

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.

Appointed. -

1874. MoRRIson R. WAITE, Ohio, Chief Justice. (Fourth Circuit). . .

1858. NATHAN CLIFFord, Portland, Me., Assoc. Justice (First Circuit). o

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The court holds one general term, annually, at Washington, D.C., commencing on the second Monday in October. D. Wesley Middleton, of Washington, Clerk. WILLIAM T. Otto, of Indiana, Reporter. john G. Nicoloy,'offilinois, Marshal.

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)—ALEXANDER. S. Johnson 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. ofth 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, ALEXANDERS, Johnson, and District Judge.

TERMs—New York: Northern District, Albany, 2d Tuesday in October; Canandaigua,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, Ütica.

New York: Southern District, New York, last Monday in February, 1st Monday in April, and 3d Monday in October. John I. Davenport, 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, DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.

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New York: Northern District, William J. Wallace, Judge, Syracuse; Richard Crowley, Attorney, Lockport:Winfield Robbins, Clerk, Buffalo; Isaac F.Guinby, 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 Tues

- day in November. A special term by appointment at Oswego, Plattsburgh or

Watertown, and a special session in Admiralty at the city of Buffalo, §§. day of each week.

New York: Southern District. SAMUEL BLATCHFord, Judge, New York; George Bliss Jr. Ato York: George H. Sharpe, Marshal, New York: George F. Betts, Clerk. New York City.

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 ful. ton, Genesee, Hamilton, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Livingston, Madison. Monroe, Montgomery, Niagara, Oneida, Onondaga, Ontario, Orleans, Oswego, Otsego, Rensselaer. St. Lawrence, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Schuyler, §§ Steuben, Tioga, Tompkins, Warren, Washington, Wayne, Wyoming and Yates.

SouthERN DISTRICT or 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 jurisdic

tion with the Southern District over the waters of the Counties of New York, Kings, Queens and Suffolk.

GOVERNORS OF NEW YORK. 217

- GOVERNORS OF NEW YORK,

COLONIAL. Adrian Joris.................................... ................. 1623 Cornelius Jacobzen May........................................ 1624 William Verhulst........................................... , , ... 1625 Peter Minuit......................... ......... 4, 1626 Wouter Van Twiller. - 1633 William Kieft......... - 28, 1638 Petrus Stuyvesant....... -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - May 11, 1647 Richard Nicolls.... ... September 8, 1664 Francis Lovelace................... ......... August 17, 1668 Cornelis Evertse, Jr., and a council of war.... Aug. (N.S.) 12, 1673 Anthony Colve........ ------ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ... September 19, 1673

Edmund Andros Nov. (N.S.) 10, 1674 Anthony Brockholles, Commander-in-Chief. November 16, 1677

Sir Edmund Andros, Knt..................... August 7, 1878
Anthony Brockholles, Commander-in-Chief. Jan. (N. s.) 13, 1681
Thomas Dungan............................ ... August 27, 1683
Sir Ed. Andros ... August 11, 1688
Francis Nicholson, Lieutenant-Governor.... October 9, 1688
Jacob Leisler.......... .................. .... 3, 1689
Henry Sloughter............ ----- 19, 1691
Richard Ingoldesby, Commander-in-Chief... July 26, 1691
Benjamin Fletcher 30, 1692
Earl of Bellomont -- 13, 1698
John Nanfan, Lieutenant-Governor.......... May 17, 1699
Earl of Bellomont............................. July 24, 1700
Col. William Smith..... March 5, 1701
Col. Abraham De Peyster { to
Col. Peter Schuyler”................. May 19, 1701
John Nanfan, Lieutenant-Governor..... ..... May 19, 1701
Lord Cornbury................................. May 3, 1702
Lord Lovelace............. December 18, 1708
Peter Schuyler, President..................... May 6, 17
Richard Ingoldesby, Lieutenant-Governor... May 9, 1709

*The Earl of Bellomont died March 5, 1701. During the absence of Lieu

tenant-Governor Nanfan, and until May 19, 1701, the Government was admin

hone Council, at which the oldest Councillor present presided during s period.

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218 GOVERNORS OF NEW YORK.

Peter Schuyler, President..................... May 25, 1700 Richard Ingoldesby, Lieutenant-Governor... June 1, 1709 Gerardus Beeckman, President.......... ... April 10, 1710 Robert Hunter.................... ... June 14, 1710 Peter Schuyler, President........ ... July 21, 1719 William Burnet.......... . . . . . - - - - - ... September 17, 1720 John Montgomerie............... ... April 15, 1728 Rip Van Dam, President.... .... ... July 1, 1731 William Cosby....... ............ ... August 1, 1732 George Clarke, President........ ... . March 10, 1736

. October 30, 1736

George Clarke, Lieutenant-Governor.. . September 2, 1743

George Clinton..........................

Sir Danvers Osborne, Bart.............. .... October 10, 1753 James De Lancey, Lieutenant-Governor.... October 12, 1755 Sir Charles Hardy, Knt........................ September 3, 1755 James De Lancey, Lieutenant-Governor.... June 3, 1757 Cadwallader Colden, President............... August 4, 1760 Cadwallader Colden, Lieutenant-Governor... August 8, 1761 Robert Monckton.............................. October 26, 1761 Cadwallader Colden, Lieutenant-Governor... November 18, 1761 Robert Monckton.............................. June 14, 1762 Cadwallader Colden, Lieutenant-Governor... June 28, 1763 Sir Henry Moore, Bart......................... November 13, 1765 Cadwallader Colden, Lieutenant-Governor... September 12, 1769 Earl of Dunmore.............................. October 19, 1770 William Tryon................................. July 9, 1771 Cadwallader Colden, Lieutenant-Governor... April 7, 1774 William Tryon. .................. ............ June 28, 1775 James Robertson*....................... ... March 23, 1780 Andrew Elliott, Lieutenant-Governor“...... April 17, 1783

PRESIDENTS OF THE PROVINCIAL CONGRESS, ETC.

Peter van Brugh Livingston.................. May 23, 1775 Nathaniel Woodhull, President pro tem... ... August 28, 1775 Abraham Yates, Jr., President pro tem...... November 2, 1775 Nathaniel Woodhull.................... . December 6, 1775

John Haring, President pro tem....... ... December 16, 1775 Abraham Yates, Jr., President pro tem...... August 10, 1776 Abraham Yates, Jr..................... . August 28, 1776

Peter R. Livingston........................... September 26, 1776

* Military Governors during the Revolutionary War, not recognized by the State of New York.

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