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LEWIS COUNTY.

Constituted in 1805 from Oneida county. In 1825 its population was 11,669. Present number of towns 9. Appointed. Names.

Residence.

Office. 1823 Edward Bancroft, Martinsburgh, First Judge. 1828 Duel Goff,

Turin,
Harrison Blodget, Denmark.

Judges. 1826 Palmer Townsend, Lowville,

Michael Brooks, Leyden, 1818 Ela Collins,

Lowville,

District Attorney 1823 Sylvester Miller, Lowville, Surrogate. John W. Martin,

Martinsburgh, Treasurer.
Elected.
1828 Andrew W. Doig, Martinburgh, Clerk.
Hezekiah Scovill, Turin,

Sheriff
1828 Enoch Thompson, Martinsburgh,
Calvin Lewis, Lowville,

Coroners.
Joseph O. Mott, Turin,

Parley Covey, Pinckney, STATED TERMS.-First Tuesday of January, and third Tuesdays of April and September.

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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.

Elected.

Llected

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Martinsburgh. 1827 Edward Bancroft,

Walter Martin, jr. 1828 Francis M.Cartey, 1829 David Miller.

Brantingham. 1827 William Parks,

William Dominick, 1828 George Pinney, 1829 Joshua Harris.

Denmark. 1827 John Clark,

Erastus Wright, 1828 Otis Shaw, 1829 Amos Buck,

Harrisburgh. 1827 William C. Todd,

Phedoras Carter, 1828. George A. Stoddard, 1829 Jared Knapp.

Leyden. 1827 Michael Brooks,

John T. Keith, 1828 Isaac Parsons, 1829 Josiah Woodworth.

Lowville.
1827 Oren Wilber,

Ela Collins,
1828 Thaxter Reed,
11829 Amasa Dodge, jr.

Elected

Elected.
Pinckney.

Watson. 1827 John W. Lucar, 1827 Thomas Brayton, jr.. Samuel Phelps,

Ozem Bush, 1828 Flavel N. Forward, 1828, Archibald Benjamin, 1829 Ethan Greene. 1829 Thomas Butts.

Turin. 1827 Eli Rogers,

Joseph O. Mott, 1828 Martin Hart, 1829 Isaac Crofoot.

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ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, AND SOLICITORS

AND COUNSELLORS IN CHANCERY.

LAW

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Admitted as Attorneys.

Lowville. 1803 Isaac W. Bostwick, 1810 Ela Collins, 1818 Charles Dayan, 1826 Ziba Knox, 1817 Russell Parish,

Brantingham. 1823 Francis Seger,

Mariinsburgh. 1819 Thomas L. Conkling,

Walter Martin, jr. 1807 Barnabas Yale,

Turin, 1818 Henry Page.

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LIVINGSTON COUNTY

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Constituted in 1821 from Genesee and Ontario counties. In 1825 its population was 23,860. Present num. ber of towns 12. Appointed. Names.

Residence.

Office.
1829 Hezekiah D. Mason, Genesee, First Judge.
1825 Willard H. Smith, Caledonia,
1828 John H. Jones, Leicester,

Judges.
James M'Nair, Groveland,

Daniel H. Fitzhugh, Groveland, 1821 George Hosmer, Avon, District Attorney. 1823 James Rosebrugh, Groveland, Surrogate.

1828 William H. Spencer, Geneseo, Treasurer. Elected. 1828 Chauncey R. Bond, Genesco,

Clerk. Russell Austin, Geneseo, Sheriff 1828 Augustus

Gibbs, Livonia,
Jerediah Horsford, Leicester,

Coroners.
Wm. H. M.Cartney, Sparta,
Justus Wright,

Geneseo, STATED TERMS.-Last Mondays of January, May, and September

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.

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Avon.

Geneseo. 1827 Caleb J. Whaley, 1828 Lyman Abby,

John R. Haynes, 1829 Lewis W. Beecher, 1828 Elias Clarke,

Matthew P. Thomas. 1829 Ogden M. Willey
Caledonia.

Groveland. 1827 William Barron, 1827 John White,

Donald MIntosh, 1828 Hugh M‘Nair, 1828 Federal Blakesley, 1829 John Culbertson, 1829 Donald M‘Donald, Alby Thorp. Conesus.

Leicester. 1827 Joshua Huntington, 1827 Horatio Jones, jr. “ Timothy Degraw,

Daniel H. Bissell, 1828 Samuel Robinson, 1828 Geo. W. Patterson 1829James King. (1829 Joseph Wilson.

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Lima.

Sparta. 1827 Caleb Pierce, 1827 Russell Day, Samuel Sterling,

Benjamin Roberts, 1828 Charles Ingersoll, 1828 Samuel Scribner, 1829 Benjamin K. Peck. 1829 William D. M‘Nair. Livonia.

Spring water 1827 Stephen Fowler, 1827 Joel Hudson, Samuel Geddes,

John Culver, 1828 Leman Gibbs, 1828 Martin Hopkins, 1829 Martin Guiteau. 1829 Bezi Monk. Mount Morris.

York. 1827 Riley Scovill, 1827 John Holloway, Eli B. Spencer,

Allyn Smith, 1828 Moses Marvin, 1828 Alfred Collins, 1829 Jared P. Dodge, 11829 Titus Goodman, jr.

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, AND SOLICITORS

AND COUNSELLORS IN CHANCERY.

LAW.

Idmitted as attorneys.

CHANCERY. admitted as Admitted as Admitted as Counsellors. Solicitors. Counsellors.

1825

Geneseo. 1822 Ambrose Bennet,

Calvin H. Bryan, 1818 Orlando Hastings, 1825 Truman Hastings, 1820 Hezekiah D. Mason, 1820 Ogden M. Willey, John Young

Avon. 1820 Augustus A. Bennet, 1824 Amos Dann, 1807 George Hoster.

Caledonia. 1829 James Proudfit, 1813 Willard H. Smith.

Leicester. 1813 Felix Tracy.

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Lima. 1820 Melancthon W. Brown, 1829 Horatio Gates Warner,

Sparta. 1820 Russel Day,

James Smith.

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MADISON COUNTY. Constituted in 1806 from Chenango county. In 1825 its population was 35,646. Present number of towns 13. Appointed. Names.

Residence.

Office. 1828 . James B. Eldredge, Hamilton,

First Judge.
Elisha Randall, Brookfield,
Sylvanus Seeber,

Judges.
Andrew S. Sloan, Eaton,
1829 Barak Beckwith,
Philo Gridley,

District Attorneys 1827 Otis P. Granger.

Surrogate.
Lonson Stilwell, Morrisville, Treasurer.
Elected.
1828 John G. Curtiss, Morrisville, Clerk.
Pardon Barnard, Lenox,

Sheriff
Ebenezer O. Grosvenor,
Isaac Hovey,

Coroners.
John Delancey,
1829 Sardis Dana.

STATED TERMS.- First Tuesday of February, the third Tuesday of June, and the first Tuesday of Oc. tober.

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
Elected.

Elected.
Cazenovia.

De Ruyter. 1827 Allen Kingsbury, 1827 Jonathan Shed,

Elisha Farnham, 1828 John Hewitt, 1828 Justin Dwinnell,

Abraham Hart, 1829 Allen Dryer. 1829 Dyar Sexton. Brookfield.

Eaton. 1827 Elisha Randall, 1827 Artemas Ellis, John Davis,

David Darrow, 1828 Patten Fitch,

1828 Robert Henry, 1829 Joseph Clark. 11829 Birdseye Lewis.

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