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Jan Wil Wil Wil Jam
Josep Sami Elist
Robei Jacob Care
Robert S. Rose
Delaware, 1. Thomas H. Hall
Maryland, 9. . Abraham Rencher
Augustine H. Shepherd
William B. Shepard
Robert W. Barnwell
William D. Martin
Georgia, 7 Thomas H. Crawford Philip P. Barbour Thomas H. Foster Harmar Denny
Thomas T, Bouldin Charles E. Haynes Joshua Evans
Nathaniel H. Claiborne Henry G. Lamar James Ford
Richard Coke, jr. Wilson Lumpkin
Robert B. Craig Wiley Thompson
James M. Wayne
William F. Gordon Kentucky. 12 Joseph Hemphill George Loyall* Thomas Chilton Peter Ihrie, jr.
John N. Patton James Clarke
Lewis Maxwell N. D. Coleman
William M'Coy Nathan Gaither Daniel H. Miller John Roane
Richard M. Johnson
Andrew Stevenson John Kincaid
James Trezevant Robert P. Letcher
Charles A. Wickliffe
Daniel L. Barringer
Joseph H. Crane Joel B. Sutherland
Edward B. Dudley Wm. Creighton, jr
D. Martia 7. Nuckel
Lama umpkin Thompson
Wayne 1. Wilde
ucky. 12 Chilton arke Jeman aniel raither 1. Johnsen aid .compte Letcher a Lyon
STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE HOUS
SENTATIVES, On Elections-Messrs. Alston, Tucker, Clairbor ison, of Ten., Beekman, and Coleman.
On Ways and Means-Messrs. M'Duffie, Verplasoll, Gilmore, Overton, and Allexander.
On Claims-Messrs. Whittlesey, Barber, of Cosey, Lea, Williams, and McCoy.
On Commerce--Messrs. Cambreling, Gorham, Howard, Loyall, and Lamar.
On Public Lands.-Messrs. Wickliffe, Jenning Potter, Irwin, of Ohio, and Clay.
On Post Offices and Post Roads.-Messrs. Johns Magee, Hodges, Russel, M'Creery, and Lent.
On the District of Columbia. --Messrs. Powers, Varnum, Taliafero, Ihrie, and Semmes.
On the Judiciary.-Messrs. Buchanan, Davis,
On Revolutionary Claims.-Messrs. Burges, I
, Daver Holsey, Spencer, 'of Md. Thompson, of Ohio, and I
On Private Land Claims.-Messrs. Sterigere, Nuckolls, Pettis, Bag. lor, Denny, and Drake.
On Manufactures.-Messrs Mallory, Stanberry, Condict, Irwin, of Penn. Monell, Barbour, of Va. and Huntington,
On Indian Affairs.-Messrs. Bell; Lumpkin, Hinds, Storrs; of Conn., Hubbard, Gaither, and Lewis.
On Foreign Affairs.--Messrs. Archer, Everett, of Mass., Taylor, Polk, Crawford, Barnwell, and Wayne.
On Military Affairs.--Messrs. Drayton, Vance, Desha, Findlay, Blair, of S. C., Mitchell and Speight.
On Naval Affairs - Messrs. Hoffman, Crowninshield, Miller, Ripley, Carson, Dorsey, White, of N: Y. and Anderson.
On Agriculture.-Messrs. Spencer, of N. Y. Rowan, Wilson, Rose, Sunith, of Penn., Standifer, and Chandler.
On the Territories.-Messrs. Clark, of Ky., Creighton, Armstrong, Angel, Cowles, and W. B. Shepard.
On Military Pensions. Messrs. Trezevant, Lecompte, Chilton, Ham. mons, Bockee Ford, and Beekman.
On Revised and Unfinished Business.--Messrs. Pierce, Reed, and Pierson,
On Accounts.-Messrs. Maxwell, of N. Y., Swan, and Broadhead.
The following are the Select Committees of the House, announced as above.
On Internal Improvement-Messrs. Hemphill, Mercer, Blair, of Ten., Haynes, Letcher, Vinton, and Craig.
On the Surplas Revenue.- Messrs. Poik, Patton, Foy, Earle, Jarvis, Leavitt, and Evans, of Maine,
On Election of President and Vice President.--Messrs. MDuffie, Coke, Sanford, Stephens, Hughes, Green, and Rencher.
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JUDICIARY OF THE UNITED STATES. The Supreme Court of the United States was established September 24, 1789, and was originally composed of one Chief Justice and five associate Judges.
There were thirteen District Courts constituted at that time.
ASSOCIATE JUDGES. Salary, $4,500 each. 1804 William Johnson, South Carolina;
1829 John M'Pherson Berrien, Georgia, Attorney G 1827 Richard Peters, Pennsylvania, Reporter of Judic 1827 William Thomas Carrol
, Maryland, Clerk 1827 Tench Ringgold, Washington City, Marshal
The Supreme Court commences its annual sess Washington, on the second Monday in January.
CIRCUIT COURTS, A Judge of the Supreme Court and a District Jud; cuit Court,
There are seven Circuits, consisting of two or mor
At Portland, on the 1st day of May.
May, and 8th of October.
the 3d of October.
tober, Rhode Island--- At Newport and Providence, alternate
of June, and 15th day of November, Connecticut----At Hartford and New Haven, alternate
of April and on the 17th day of September. New York ----At New York, on the last Mondays of New Jersey.----At Trenton, on the 1st day of April
tober, Pennsylvania.....At Philadelphia, on the 11th day of
day of October. Delaware.....At Newcastle and Dover, alternately, or
the 27th of October. Maryland. At Baltimore, on the 8th day of May an
Virginia.....At Richmond, on the 22d day of-May and 22d day of No
vember, North Carolina.... At Raleigh, on the 12th day of May-and the 12th day
of November, South Carolina..... At Charleston, on the second Tuesday of April.
At Columbia, on the second Monday of December. Georgia..--- At Savannah, on the fourth Monday of November,
At Milledgeville, on the 6th day of May. Kentucky.---- At Frankfort
, on the first Mondays of May and November: Tennessee.----At Nashville, on the second Monday of June.
At Knoxville, on the 2d of October.
Delaware New Hampshire
South Carolina (Eastern District
Kentucky Pennsylvania (Eastern District.) Tennessee
Ohio, Special sessions of the Circuit Courts may be holden under the spe: cial provisions of the Act passed March 20, 1793,
Circuit Courts are not holden in any other Districts than those speci fed above.
When the day appointed for holding the Courts falls on Sunday, they shall be held the following day.
The Clerks of the District Courts are also Clerks of the Circpit Courts.
The District Courts are holden by the District Judge, in each District. Each State is a District, for the purpose of holding
Circuit Courts, as