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ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, AND SOLICITORS

AND COUNSELLORS IN CHANCERY.
LAW.

CHANCERY. Admitted as

Admitted as Admitted as Admitted as Attorneys.

Counsellors. Solicitors. Counsellors. Dunkirk. 1806 Daniel G. Garnsey. 1810 1816 1816

Fredonia. 1817 Leman Averill, 1816 John Crane,

1820 1822 James Mullet, jr. 1824 1827 Earnest Mullet, 1807 Jacob Houghton.

1810 1825 1825. Mayville.

James H. Price, 1820 Anselm Potter,

1826
William Smith, jr.

Ripley.
James P. Rogers.-

Jamestown. 1819 Abner Hazeltine, 1829 1829 1828

Sheldon Smith, 1818 Samuel A. Brown. 1821 1821 1827

Westfield. 1817 Abram Dixon.

1820

CHENANGO COUNTY. Constituted in 1798. In 1825 its population was 34,215. Present number of towns 19. Appointed Nimes.

Residence.

Counties. 1829 John Tracy,

Oxford,

First Judge. 1823 John Noyes, Nathan Taylor,

Judges. Levi Bigelow, 1829 Hezekiah Reed,

District Atty. 1823 John Tracy,

Oxford, Surrogate.
1828 David E. Š. Bedford, Norwich, Treasurer.
Elected.
1828 Perez Randall,

Norwich, Clerk.
Augustus C. Welch, New Berlin, Sheriff
1928 William Arnold,
Edward Loomis,

Coroners.
David Jackson,
Henry Redfield,

STATED TERMS.--Second Tuesdays of February June, and October ; but no grand. jurors shall be summoned at the said February and June terms, unless specially directed by the said courts.

Elected.

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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.

Elected.
Bainbridge.

11828 Samuel Plumb), 1828 James Parker, 1829 Perry Burdick. Ezra W. Corbin,

M'Donough. 1829 William Banks, 1827 Levi Carnish,

Jos. P. Chamberlain. Micah Coville,

Columbus. 1828 Stephen Goddard, 1827 Thomas Dutton, 1829 Isaac G. Strattan. *Anthony Olney,

New Berlin. 1828 Stephen Howard, 1827 John Hyde, 1829 Samuel Campbell, Matthew Calkins, Coventry.

1828 Anthony Roberts, 1827 Thos. W. Watkins, 1829 Charles Medbury. Daniel Smith,

Norwich. 1828 Curtis Stoddard, 1827 Loring Baker, 1829 Isaiah Mallory. " Joseph May, German.

1828 Sylvanus Waters, 1827 Samuel Drew, 11829 David E. S. Bedford; Dudley S. Beckwith,

Otselic. 1828 Adam Storing, 1827 James Clark, 1829 Benajah Gates. 1828 William Tyler, Greene.

Alexis P. Leonard, 1827 Elisha B. Smith, 1820 Levi Allen. James Burroughs,

Oxford. 1828 Warren Gray, 1827 Amos A. Franklin, 1829 Orlo F. Bradley.

Simeon Miles, Guilford. 1828 Jabez Robinson, 1827 Rufus Phelps, 1829 Austin Hyde. 1828 Elisha P. Beckwith,

Pitcher. Dauphin Murray, 1827 Ebenezer Bicknell: 1829 Samuel J. Trask.

Samuel P. Kenyon; Lincklaen. 1828 Elijah Fenton, jr. 1827 Ellery Potter, 1829 Solomon Eộsign, jr.

Daniel Smith,

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Elected.

Elected.

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Sherburne. 1827 Erastus Brown, 1827 Jonathan Copeland; 1828 Hendrick Crain, 1828 Mills Langdon, Prentice Babcock,

Miles Hunt, 1829 Harris Coates. 1829 Cyrus Dɔw. Plymouth

Smithville. 1827 Nicholas Brown, 1827 John Grant,

Rene D. Dellay, 1828 Squire Hamilton, 1828 Thomas Merrill, jr. 1829 William Knowlton, 1829 Zadock Adams.

Le Ray Fairchild. Preston.

Smyrna. 1827 Hezekiah Reed, 1828 Amasa Foot, 1828 Luther Osgood,

Demas Hubbard.
Henry Williams,

Elias Ladd, 1829 Wells Wait.

1829 John Munson.

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, AND SOLICITORS

AND COUNSELLORS IN CHANCERY.

LAW.

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Bainbridge.

John C. Clark, 1817 David Prentice,

Greene.

John Birdsall, 1808 Robert Monell,

New Berlin. 1811 Noah Ely, 1822 John Hyde,

Norwich. 1806 James Birdsall, 1807 David Buttolph,

Peter B. Garnsey,

Simeon S. Emmons, 1819 Abiel Cook,

Peyton R. Cooke,

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CLINTON COUNTY. Constituted from Washington County in 1788. In 1825 its population was 14,486. Present number of towns 7. Appointed

Residence.

Office. 1827 John Lynde,

Plattsburgh,

First Judye.
1827 Allen R. Moore, Champlain,
1828 Miles Stephenson, Chazy,

Judges.
John Warford, Plattsburgh,
Seth Calkins,

Peru, 1818 John Palmer,

Plattsburgh,

Dis't. Attorney. 1807 Thomas Tredwell, Beekmantown, Surrogale.

Benjamin Mooers, Plattsburgh, Treasurer: Elected. 1823 John Walworth, Plattsburgh,

Clerk. 1828 David Hatch,

Plattsburgh, Sheriff 1828 William Taylor, Perug John Nichols,

Plattsburgh,

Coroners.
Solomon Bostwick, Champlain,

Philip B. Roberts, Beekmantown, STATED TERMS.-First Tuesday of January, second Tuesday of May, and first Tuesday of October ; and the General Sessions of the Peace on the second Tues. day of May, and first Tuesday of October.

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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
Elected.

Elected.
Beekmantown.

Champlain.
1827 Theoph's Woodward, 1827 Calvin K. Averill,
Thomas Crook,

Abel Ford, 1828 Congdon Douglass, 1828 Noadiah Moore, 1829 Jacob Elkins. 1829 John Harden.

Elected

Elected.
11828 St. John B. L. Skili-

ner,
1829 John Lynde.

Chazy. 1827 William Hedding,

Henry Gregory, 1828 Julius C. Hubbell, 1829 Isaac Aldridge.

Mooers. 1827 Joseph Churchill,

Joshua Palmer, 1828 Jesse G. Barnes, 1829 James S. Shedden.

Plattsburgh. 1827 David Bradwell,

Hiram Roberts,

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ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, AND SOLICITORS

AND COUNSELLORS IN CHANCERY.

LAW.

CHANCERY. Admitted as

Admitted as Admitted as Admitted as Ittorneys.

Counsellors. Solicitors. Counsellors. Champlain. 1822 Calvin K. Averill,

1829 1829 1803 Silas Hubbell,

1824 1829 1829 Chazy. 1820 Julius C. Hubbell, 1823

Peru. 1819 Henry K. Averill, 1824 1804 John Warford,

1824 Plattsburgh. 1817 Baron S. Doty,

1827 1827 1811 John Lynde,

1822 1822 1797 Eleazar Miller, 1810 John Palmer,

1813 Anson J. Sperry,

1818 1822 1811 William Swetland, 1816 1822 1822 1821 St. John B. L. Skinner, 1825 1825 1829

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