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WEEKLY NOTES OF CASES
ARGUED AND DETERMINED
SUPREME COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA, THE COUNTY COURTS OF
DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA.
MEMBERS OF THE BAR.
DECEMBER, 1881, TO AUGUST, 1882.
Supreme Court (Eastern District).
Hunt, J. Percy Keating, Louis C. Massey, William M. Meigs, N. Dubois Miller, Robert
upreme Court (Middle District).
THE EDITOR, assisted by Messrs. Fred. M. Ott and Paul Charlton (Harrisburg).
supreme Court (Western District). Messrs. J. T. MYLER, William R. Blair, Kennedy T. Friend, Oliver S. Richardson, and
John C. Shumaker (Pittsburgh).
Courts of Common Pleas (Law and Equity).
Alfred Lee, Jr., Daniel Holsman, George S. Philler, Albert B. Roney, and John H.
Westcott. C. P. No. 2. Hon. JAMES T. MITCHELL, assisted by Messrs. Robert H. Neilson, I. Tyson
Morris, T. B. Stork, Thomas Robins, Jr., Francis Lincoln Wayland, and Charles
Chauncey Binney. C. P. No. 3. MR. SAMUEL W. PENNYPACKER, assisted by Messrs. Harold Goodwin, Thos.
W. Hoskinson, J. Bayard Henry, Charles Penrose Blight, Charles H. Sayre, Henry C.
Boyer, and George Dallas Morrell.
R. Van Dusen, John M. Gest, Edward G. McCollin, Thos. A. Edwards, and William
Quarter Sessions and Oper and Terminer.
Mr. Henry S. Hagert, assisted by Messrs. Thomas W. Barlow and Louis Brégy.
Charles H. Townsend, Edward F. Hoffman, William C. Stæver, and W. Herbert Wash-
U. S. Courts.
Carter, Charles H. Howell, John J. Wilkinson, Richard S. Edwards, and C. Berkeley
MR. ALBERT A. OUTERBRIDGE, 251 South Fourth Street, Philadelphia.