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Elected.

Shelby. 1827 Stephen Hill,

Elijah Burt, 1828 Benjamin Howes, 1829 Christian Groff.,

Elected.

Yates.
1827 Luther St. John,
1828 Samuel Tappen,

John Rose,
(1829 Elisha Sawyer.

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, AND SOLICITORS

AND COUNSELLORS IN CHANCERY.

LAW.

Admitted as
Attorneys.

CHANCERY, Admitted as Admitted as Admitted as Counsellors, Solicitors.

Counsellors.

1828 1825 1828 1827 1827

Albion. 1827 Sidney Burrell,

John Chamberlain, 1821 A. Hyde Cole, 1825 Henry R. Curtiss, 1821 George W. Fleming,

Gideon Hard, 1824 William J. Moody, 1823 Alexis Ward,

Gaines.

Orange Butler, 1827 Elijah Foot, 1826 William W. Ruggles,

Holley.
1823 Reuben Bryant,

Medina.
Nathan Sawyer,

Ridgeway.
Cyrus Harwood,

1825

OSWEGO COUNTY.

Constituted in 1816, from Oneida and Onondaga. counties; In 1825 its population was 17,875. Present number of towns 17. Appointed. Names.

Residence.

Office. 1828 Joel Turrill, Oswego,

First Judge 1823 Joseph Easton, Fullon, 1827 Simeon Meacham, Sandy Creek, 1828 Avery Skinner, Union Square,

Judges. 1829 John Reynolds, Orwell, 1829 David P. Brewster, Oswego,

District Attorney. 1826 Joseph W. Helme, Pulaski,

Surrogate.
Avery Skinner,

Union Square, Treasurer,
Elected.
1828 Thomas C. Baker, Pulaski,

Clerk.
Hastings Curtiss, Hastings,

Sheriff
Henry Dewey, Oswego,
Henry F. Potts, Williamstown,

Coroners.
Kingsbury E. Sandford, Oswego,

Anson Maltby, Pulaski, STATED TERMS.-Alternately in the eastern and western jury districts, on the first Tuesdays of February and June, and the third Tuesday of September.

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Elected.

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.

Elected.
Oswego.

Constantia. 1827 Moses P. Hatch, 1827 Frederic H. Rhodes, 1828 Jacob I. Fort,

John F. Clark, 1829 Edwin W. Clarke, 1829 Sylvanus Allen, George Casey.

Alonzo O. Blair.
Albion.

Granby. 1827 Moulton Cross, 1827 Amory Howe, Francis M‘Lean,

John Miller, 1829 Charles H. Learned, 1828 Elijah Phillips,

Daniel 0. Davis. 1829 Ambrose B. Kellog.
Boylston.

Hannibal. 1828 John Wart,

1827 Cephas Weed, John Eldredge,

Isaac Kinne, Peter Wells, 1828 William Hawkes, 1829 Philip A. Bortles. 1829 Orrin Rice.

Elected.

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Elected.

Hastings. 11828 W.W. Matthews, 1827 Ambrose Hale, 1829 John C. Pride. William Ford,

Redfield. 1828 Guilson Dikeman, 1827 William Lord, 1829, Orvis C. Orman.

" Daniel Dimick, Mexico.

1828 E. Chamberlain, 1827 Joseph W. Houghton, 1829 Willet Ranney. Orville Robinson,

Sandy Creek. 1828 Warner Mitchell, 1827 Simeon Meacham, 1829 Elias Brewster.

James A. Thompson, New Haven. 1828 Truman Hawley, 1827 William Bullen, 1829 Alden Crandall. 1828 Theodore Gridley,

Scriba. 1829 Norman Rowe,

1827 John Howe,
Seth Severance.

George Wales,
Orwell.

1828 Ambrose Morgan, 1827 Perley Wyman, 1829 Joseph Turner. 1828 John Reynolds,

Volney. Theodore S. Gilbert, 1827 Joseph Easton, 1829 Jabez H. Gilbert.

Jeremiah Hall,
Parish.

1828 Adin Breed, 1828 Luny. Thayer, 1829 Lovewell Johnson. J. I. Slingerland,

Williamstown. 1829 Marks Edick, 1827 William Hempstead. Dennis Peck.

Sage Parks, Richlard. 1828 Henry F. Potts, 1827 Hiram Hubbell, 1829 Caleb Carr.

Robert Gillespie,

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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 Aitorneys.

Counsellors. Solicitors. Counsellors Oswego. 1829 William F. Allen, 1826 David P. Brewster, 1829

1829 1827 James Brown, 1800 Rudolph Bunner,

1816 Edwin W. Clarke,

LAW.

CHANCERY. Admitted as

Admitted as Admitted as Admitted as Attorneys.

Counsellors. Solicitors. Counsellors. George Fisher,

1822 1823 1828 Abraham P. Grant,

Enoch Hibbard, 1828 Joseph Hunt, 1827 Daniel H. Marsh, 1826 Benjamin Nott, 1826 Theo. F. Romeyn, Calvin Shelden,

1827 1824 Peter S. Smith,

1827 George A. Stansbury, 1819 Joel Turrill,

1822

1829 Mexico. 1827 Orville Robinson,

Richland.
Joseph W. Helme, 1828

Hiram Hubbell, 1827 James I. Petit,

William W. Matthews,

OTSEGO COUNTY. ** Constituted in 1791, from Montgomery county. In 1825 its population was 47,898. Present number of towns 22. Appointed. Names.

Residence.

Office. 1827 George Morrell, Cooperstown, First Judge. 1823 Elisha Foot, Cooperstown, 1827 Seth Chase, Worcester,

Judges. James C. Walworth,Burlington, 1828 James O. Morse, Cherry Valley, 1829 Eben. B. Morehouse Cooperstoron,

District Attorney. 1824 Elisha Foote, Cooperstown, Surrogate.

Henry Phinney, Cooperstown, Treasurer.
Elected.
1828 Abner Cook, jr. Cooperstown,

Clerk.
Harvey W. Babcock,Cooperstown, Sheriff
1828 Jesse Graves, Cooperstown,
William W. Walker, Plainfield,

Coroners.
Andrew Vinton, Butternuts,

William Paddock, Cherry Valley,
STATED TERMS.-First Tuesday of February, third
Tuesday of June, and the second Tuesday of October.

Elcoted.

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.

Elected.
Butternuts. 11828 John A. Hodge,
1827 Hiram Kinman, 1829 8. Cunningham.
Alanson Moore,

Laurens. 1828 Erastus Smith, 1827 Ozias Tyler, 1829 Benajah Davis.

James Boyd, Burlington. 1828 Wm. W. Robinson, 1827 Artemas Sheldon, 1829 David Dunbar. Elisha Nickerson,

Maryland. 1828 Amasa Thompson, 1827 Ithamar A. Spencer, 18:29 Ralph Chapman,

Thomas Peasley, Cherry Valley. 1828 Jesse Rose, 1827 Oliver Judd, 1829 Amos H. Brown. Horace Ripley,

Milford. 1828 Wm. T. Thompson, 1827 Joseph Westcott, 1829 Silas Babcock.

Levi Stewart,
Decatur.

1828 Allen Baker, 1827 Peter Elliot, 1829 Eliakim R. Ford. Robert C. Lansing,

Middlefield 1828 Orra Ferris, 1827 J. W. Reynolds, 1829 Beriah Chesebrough.

John Denton,
Edmeston.

1828 William Temple, 1827 Loudon Arnold, 1829 Gustavus White. Daniel Coon,

New-Lisbon. 1828 Halsey Spencer,

1827 Elias Cummings, 1829 Phila Bennet.

David Robins,
Ereter.

1828 Solomon Davis, 1827 Elijah Babcock, 11829 John Doolittle. Agur Curtiss,

Otego. 1828 John Hartshorn,

1827 David S. Bundy, 1829 Samuel Beckwith.

Ezra Griffith, Hartwick. 1828 John Blakely, 1827 Moses Luther, 1829 Robert Cook. David Kendall,

Otsego. 1828 Lemuel Todd, 1827 Chester Jarvis, 1829 Henry Baker. " Chauncey Stevens.

Huntsville, 1828 Ariel Thayer, 1827 Parley Pember, 1829 George Morell.

David Weller,

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