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New York (41, 42) 1; (43)'.

Minnesota (15) 2; (16, 17, 18) 10; (19, 20, 21) 18.
Mississippi (42) 2; (43) 5; (44, 45) 7; (46, 47, 48) 12; (49, 50) 19.
Missouri (46) 2; (47) 4; (48, 49) 8; (50, 51) 11; (52, 53, 54) 14; (55, 56,

57, 58) 17.
Nebraska (3, 4) 19.
Nevada (6) 3; (7) 8; (9) 16.
New Hampshire (48) 2; (49) 6; (50) 9; (51) 12; (52) 13; (53) 16, 54,

55) 20. New Jersey (34) 3; (35) 10; (36) 13; (37) 18; (38) 20.

3; (44) 4; (45) 6; (46, 47) 7; (48) 8; (49, 50, 51) 10; (52) 11; (53, 54) 13; (55) 14; (56, 57) 15; (58, 59) 17;

(60, 61) 19; (62, 63) 20. North Carolina (65) 6; (66) 8; (67, 68, 69) 12; (70) 16; (71) 17. Ohio (19) 2; (20) 5; (21) 8; (22) 10; (23) 13; (24) 15; (25) 18; (26) 20. Oregon (3) 8; (4) 18; (5) 20. Pennsylvania (62) 1; (63, 64, 65) 3; (66, 67) 5; (68, 69) 8; (70, 71) 10;

(72, 73) 13; (74, 75) 15; (76, 77) 18. Rhode Island (8) 5 ; (9) 11; (10) 14. South Carolina (1 N. S.) 7; (2, 3, 4) 16. Texas (32) 5; (33, 34) 7; (35, 36, 37) 14; (38, 39, 40, 41, 42) 19. Vermont (42) 1; (43) 5; (44) 8; (45) 12; (46) 14; (47) 19. West Virginia (4) 6; (5) 13; (6) 20. Wisconsin (24) 1; (25) 3; (26) 7; (27, 28, 29) 9; (30, 31) 11; (32, 33) 14;

(34, 35, 36) 17; (37) 19; (38, 39) 20.

LIST OF JUDGES

DURING THE PERIOD COVERED BY THIS VOLUME

ALABAMA.
E. WOLSEY PECK, CHIEF JUSTICE.*
THOMAS PETERS, CHIEF JUSTICE +

BENJAMINE F. SAFFOLD,
ROBERT C. BRICKNELL. I

ILLINOIS.
PINKNEY H. WALKER, CHIEF JUSTIOR |
JOHN M. SCOTT, CHIEF JUSTICE. I

SIDNEY BREESE,
WILLIAM K. MCALLISTER,
JOHN SCHOLFIELD,
JOHN M. SCOTT,
BENJAMIN R. SHELDON,
ALFRED M. CRAIG.

IOWA.
JAMES G. DAY, CHIEF JUSTIOL I

JAMES H. ROTHROCK,
JOSEPH M. BEOK,
AUSTIN ADAMS,
WILLIAM H. SEEVERS.

MAINE.
JOHN APPLETON, LL. D., CHIEF JUSTIOL

CHARLES W. WALTON,
JONATHAN G. DICKERSON, LL, D.,
WILLIAM G. BARROWS,
CHARLES DANFORTE,
WILLIAM WIRT VIRGIN,
JOHN A. PETERS,

ARTEMAS LIBBEY. • Resigned Judo, 1873.

+ Chief Justice after June, 1873. * Appointed to all vacancy caused by resignation of Peck, C. J. 1 Chief Justice till Juno Term, 1873. I Chief Justice from Juno Term, 1873.

1 Hon. Chester C. Cole was Chief Justice from Jan. 1, 1876, to Jan. 19, 1878 - a por tlop of the time covered by this volume. He then resigned, and Hon. Wm. 8. Soovon was appointed for the unexpired torm, which onded Dec. 31, 1876.

MARYLAND.
JAMES LAWRENCE BARTOL, CH JUDO

JAMES AUGUSTUS STEWART,
JOHN MITCHELL ROBINSON,
RICHARD GRASON,
RICHARD HENRY ALVEY,
OLIVER MILLER,
RICHARD JOHNS BOWIE,
GEORGE BRENT.

MASSACHUSETTS.
HORACE GRAY, CHIEF JUSTIOR.

JOHN WELLS,"
JAMES D. COLT,
SETH AMES,
MARCUS MORTON,
WILLIAM C. ENDICOTT,
CHARLES DEVENS, JR,
OTIS P. LORD. +

MICHIGAN.
THOMAS M. COOLEY, CHIEF JUSTIOL I

JAMES V. CAMPBELL,
ISAAC MARSTON,
BENJAMIN F. GRAVES. $

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NEW HAMPSHIRE.
JONATHAN EVERETT SARGENT, CHIET JUSTIOL

WILLIAM LAWRENCE FOSTER,
ELLERY ALBEE HIBBARD,
CHARLES DOE,
WILLIAM SPENCER LADD,
JEREMIAH SMITH, I

ISAAC WILLIAM SMITH. I
EDMUND LAMBERT CUSHING, CHIEF JUSTICE **

WILLIAM SPENCER LADD,
ISAAC WILLIAM SMITH.

• Died November 23, 1875.

$ Chief Justice prior to January 1, 1874. + Appointed December 21, 1875.

| Resigned January 28, 1874. * From January 1, 1876.

1 Appointed vice Smith, resigned. ** In 1874 the legislature of New Hampshire abolished the Supreme Judicial Coun and established in its stead the Superior Court, which was composed of three iudges and each judge who sat in a case at a law terın was required "to deliver his separate opinion, stating the grounds thereof, briefly." The decisions of the Superior Court hegan with the December Term, 1874. In case a judge of the Superior Court was die quallied to sit in a case, provision was made for calling in a cirouit judge.

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'Calel Justico from September, 1874. + Chief Justice from 1872 to Sept. 1876

* From September, 1874.

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WEST VIRGINIA.
A. F. HAYMOND, PRESIDENT.

JOHN S. IIOFFMAN,
C. P. T. MOORE,
JAMES PAULL.

WISCONSIN. EDWARD G. RYAN, CAIEF JUSTIOR.

ORSAMUS COLE,
WILLIAM P. LYON.

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