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LAW.

CHANCERY. Admitted as

Admitted as Admitted as Admitted as Attorneys.

Counsellors. Solicitors. Counsellors. 1819 William F. Frasier, 1822

Abraham B. Hasbrouck, 1817 1823 John M. Newkirk, 1818 Jonathan D. Ostrander, 1823 1818 Herman M. Romeyn,

1823 1824 John T. Romeyn, 1810, Charles H. Ruggles,

1813

1816 1822 Nicholas Sickles, 1829 1803 John Sudam, 1816 Henry Tappen, John Tappen,

1805 1825 Peter Van Gaasbeck, jr. 1829 William W. Woodworth, 1821 John Van Buren, 1824

Marbletown. 1813 Abraham G. Hardenbergh,

Marlborough.

Samuel W. Pierce, 1821 Abraham D. Soper,

1824 1826 William Soper, jr.

Daniel S. Tuthill,

New Paltz. 1821 John I. Ferris, 1827 Jacob Hardenbergh, 1819 Willet Linderman,

Plattekill. 1812 John Cole, 1817 Isaac Hoffman,

Shawangunk. 1810 Beverly Kain,

1816 John L. Lyon, 1819 Aldert R. Terwilliger,

Woodstock. 1811 Edward Jones Elmendorf, 1807 William Wigram,

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WARREN COUNTY.

Judges.

Constituted in 1813, from Washington county. In 1825 its population was 10,306. Present number of towns 9. Appointed. Names.

Residence. Office. 1828 Horatio Buell, Queensbury, First Judge. 1827 Thomas Patterson, Warrensburgh, 1828 John Bebeo, Caldwell, 1829 Hiram Barber, Queensbury, 1830 1827 Seth C. Baldwin, Caldwell, District Allornoy.

Abraham Wing, Queensbury, Surrogate.
1819 Thomas Pattison, Warrensburgh, Treasurer.
Elecled.
1828 Thomas Archibald, Caldwell, Clerk.

Dudley Farlin, Warrensburgh, Sheriff:
James Lawrence, Luserne,
Hiram Hawley, Caldwell,

Coroners.
Stephen Pratt, Hague,

Richardson Cameron, Athol, STATED TERMS.-Third Tuesdays of April and September.

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.

Elected.

Elected.

Caldwell.

Chester. 1827 John Beebe,

1827 Hobby Mead, Robert Lewis,

Charles Higley, 1828 Thomas Archibald, 1828 Ezra B. Smith, 1829 Joel Crandall. 1829 James Whorf. Athol.

Hague. 1827 James Cameron, 1827 Nathaniel Garfield, 1828 Orra Frost,

1828 Charles P. Dodd, 1829 David Cameron, 1829. Thomas C. Bemis, John Kenyon,

Stephen Pratt.
Bolton.

Johnsburgh. 1827 Thomas M'Gee, 1827 Archibald Washburn, John H. Smith,

Jacob Wilcox, 1828 Rufus Anderson, 1828 John D. Dunn, 1829 Jonathan Cooledge. [1829 N. Roosevelt, jr.

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Elected

Elected.

Luzerne.

Warrensburgh. 1827 Reuben Wells,

1827 S. Stackhouse, 1828 Isaac Randall,

David Woodward, John Ferguson,

1828 John Thurman, 1829 Josiah Fasset. 1829 Alton Nelson.

Queensbury. 1827 Hiram Barber,

5 S. S. Tallmadge, 1828 Bartholomew Griffin, 1829 Nathan A. Philo.

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, AND SOLICITORS

AND COUNSELLORS IN CHANCERY.

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Constituted in 1784. First called Charlotte county in 1772. In 1825 its population was 39,280. Present number of towns 17. Appointed. Names.

Residence.

Office. 1828 John Willard, Salem,

First Judge 1825 George W. Germain, White Creek, 1826 Joseph Boies, Greenwich,

Judges 1828 John Moss,

Kingsbury, 1829 Jacob Holmes, jr. Hartford, 1828 Leonard Gibbs, Granville, District Allorney. 1824 Samuel Standish, jr Granville, Surrogate. Ebenezer Russell, Salem,

Treasurer.

65

Elècied. Names.

Residence. Offices 1825 Jesse S. Leigh, Argyle, Clerk. 1828 Warren F. Hitchcock, Granville, Sheriff

Nicholas C. Northrup, Sandy Hill,
Nathan W. Wilson, Salem,

Coroners.
Justin Smith,

Whitehall, James S. Tifft, Greenwich, STATED TERMS.--Alternately at the Court House in the town of Salem, and at the Court House in the town of Kingsbury, on the second Tuesday of March, the last Tuesdays of May and August, and the first Tuesday of December.

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
Elected.

Elected.
Salem.

1828 Kingsley Martin, 1827 John W. Proudfit, 1829 Amos F. Bush. Warren Norton,

Fort Edward. 1828 Henry Matthews, 1827 S. T. Shepherd, 1829 Aaron Martin, jr.

David Saunders,
Argyle.

1828 Alex. Fullerton. 1827 Benjamin Clapp,

1829 Warren Bell, Theodorus Shipherd,

Granville. 1828 Henry Shipherd, 1827 John C. Parker, 1829 William Reid, jr.

Jonathan Todd, Cambridge. 1828 Roswell Ellsworth, 1827 Josiah Dunton, 1829 Esek Fitch. Jesse Pratt,

Greenwich. 1828 Robert Marshall, 1827 Duncan Peterson, 1829 Sidney Wells.

Charles F. Ingalls, Dresden. 1828 Thomas M'Lean, 1827 Palmer Blunt, 1829 Robert Coon.. 1828 Elnathan Benjamin,

Hampton. 1829 Jonathan Winn, 1827 William Miller, Ralph Barber.

1828 Ethan Warren, Easton.

John P. Adams, 1827 John Wright,

1829 Beriah Rogers. Lemuel Simmons,

Hartford. 1828 Ebenezer Norton,

11827 Solomon S. Cower. 1829 Martin Madison.

Xury Maynard, Fort Ann. 1828 Luther Mann, 1827 Lemuel Hastings 1829 Slade D. Brown. 5 Benjamin Copeland,

Elected.

Hebron. 1827 Jedediah Darrow, 1828 Samuel Livingston, 1829 John Button,

Henry Bull.

Jackson. 1827 G. W. Robertson,

Solomon Dean, 1828 Calvin Smith, 1829 Francis M Lean.

Kingsbury. 1827 Collins Hitchcock,

William Colvin, 1828 Luther Wait, 1829 John Moss.

Elected.

Putnam. 1827 Alex. M‘Laughlan,

Anthony D. Welch 1828 Abel Comstock, 1829 Robert Easton.

White Creck. 1827 H. S. Barnum,

Henry Rice, 1828 Benjamin Crocker, 1829 Paul Cornell.

Whitehall. 1827 Isaac Wood,

Wm. H. Parker, 1828 John H. Boyd, 1829 James I. Stevens:

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, AND SOLICITORS

AND COUNSELLORS IN CHANCERY.

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Admitted as Admitted as Admitted as
Counsellors. Solicitors. Counsellors

1804
1815

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Admitted as
Attorneys.

Salem.
1804 David Russell,
1789 Anthony I. Blanchard,
1811 John Crary,

Samuel Stevens, 1829 Cyrus Stevens, 1818 John M‘Lean, jr. 1817 John Willard, 1807 Jesse L. Billings, 1820 Cornelius L. Allen, 1828 Bernard Blair, 1807 Philo Curtiss, 1802 William Williams; 1822 John W. Proudfit, 1823 Leonard Church,

1807

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