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LAW.

CHANCERY. Admitted as

Admitted as Admitted as Admitted as attorneys.

Counsellors. Solicitors. Counsellors. Argyle. Jesse S. Leigh, 1828 Theodore Shipherd, Henry Shipherd,

Cambridge. 791 Gerrit Wendell,

Easton.
1819 Josiah S. Masters,

Fort Ann.
Harry Thorn,

Fort Edward.
Elisha Ward,

Joseph L. Harris, 1824 Taylor Lewis,

1827 Granville. 1815 David Woods,

1819 1806 Martin Lee,

1817 1818 Samuel T. Tanner, 1823

Isaac W. Bishop,
John C. Parker,

1808 1824 Leonard Gibbs,

Greenwich. 1808 Israel Williams, 1812 Joseph Boies,

1815 1819 Charles F. Ingalls, 1823

Hartford. 1817 Slade D. Brown, 1823 Jacob Holmes, jr.

1827 Kingsbury. Roswell Weston, 1827 Orville Clark, 1815 Luther Wait,

1818 1815 Matthew D. Danvers, 1808 Henry C. Martindale, 1814 Joseph B. Lathrop, 1818

White Creek. 1819 George W. Germain, 1823 1812 John B. Putnam,

LAW.

CHANCERY. Admitted as

Admitted as admitted as Admitted as Altorneys.

Counsellors. Solicitors. Counsellors 1828 Luther J. Howe,

Whitehall. 1814 William H. Parker, 1824 1826 Charles H. Wheeler, 1827 James J. Stevens, 1823 John H. Boyd,

1826 1828 Julian G. Buel, 1828 Job R. Smith,

WAYNE COUNTY.

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Constituted April 11, 1823. In 1825 its population was 26,761. Present number of towns 15. Appointed. Names.

Residence. Office. 1827 Alexander R. Tiffany, Palmyra,

First Judge. 1823 William Sisson, Lyons, David Arne, jr.

Wolcott,

Judges. 1828 Byram Green,

Sodus, Frederick Smith, Palmyra, 1829 Graham H. Chapin, Lyors, District Attorney 1826 Graham H. Chapin, Lyons, Surrogate.

1823 Samuel Heacox, Lyons, Treasurer. Elected.

1825 John Barber, jr. Lyons, Clerk.
1828 Cullen Foster,

Palmyra, Sheriff.
Calvin D. Palmeter, Lyons,
James Edwards, Sodus,

Coroners.
Ira White,

Palmyra,
James Diekson, Galen,
STATED TERMS.-Fourth Tuesdays of January, May,
and September

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Elected.

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.

Elected.
Arcadia.

Butler.
1827 Hezekiah Dunham, 1827 Ebenezer Fitch,
H. Bannister,

Thomas Hall, 1828 George W. Scott, 1828 Jesse Viele, 1829 Theodore Partridge. 1829 Ethan W. Allen.

Elected.

Elected.

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Galen.

Port Bay. 1827 Charles F. Smith, 1827. Norman Sheldon, Hiram P. Jones,

Jedediah Wilder, 1828 John Foot,

1828 James York, 1829 Frederick Boogher. 1829 David Gates. Lyons.

Rose. 1827 Andrew Dorsey, 1827 Elizur Flint, 1828 William Voorhies, Dorman Munsell, 1829 Lysander C. Grover, 1828 Philander Mitchell,

Hugh Jameson. 1829 Peter Valentine.
Macedon.

Savannah. 1827 John F. Packard, 1827 Edward Bivins, Ira Hill,

1828 Jonathan Beadle, 1828 Alexander Purdy, 1829 Nehemiah Bunyeą, 1829 Isaac Durfee.

Samuel G. Gilbert. Marion.

Sodus. 1827 Marvin Rich, 1827 James Edwards, Thomas Lakey,

Thaddeus Bancroft 1828 Isaac R. Sanford, 1828 Israel Armes. 1829 Martin Moore. 1829 Alanson M. Knap, Ontario.

Williamson. 1827 John Stevens, 1827 Robert Alsop, John Stolp, 2d,

Daniel Granden, 1828 George Boynton, 1828 Daniel Poppin, 1829 Joseph Patterson. 1829 Andrew Cornwell: Palmyra.

Wolcott. 1827 Frederic Smith, 1827 David Arne, jr.

Ambrose Salisbury, John Decker, 1828 William Wilcox, 1828 Amon Snyder, 1929 Alex. R. Tiffany. 1829 Daniel Roe, jr.

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ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, AND-SOLICITORS

AND COUNSELLORS IN CHANCERY.
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CHANCERY. Admitted as

Admitted as Admitted as Admitted as Attorneys.

Counsellors. Solicitors, Counsellors. Lyons. 1818 William H. Adams, 1823 1823 Graham H. Chapin, 1826 1825 John M. Holley, 1829 1822 Hugh Jamison, 1819 William Sisson,

Palmyra. 1811 Thomas P. Baldwin, 1824 1828 William M. Bayard,

Abner Cole, 1821 Hiram K. Jerome, 1824 1812 Frederic Smith,

1823 1825 Theron R. Strong,

1828 20 Alexander R. Tiffany, 1823

Arcadia. 1825 Robert U. Lansing, 1820 George W. Scott, 1827 Lyman Sherwood, 1829 Martin P. Sweet.

Clyde. 1826 Charles F. Smith,

William S. Stow,

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. Constituted in 1691. One of the original counties.. Ia 1825 its population was 33,131. Present number of towns 2 Appointed. Names. Residence.

Office. 1828 Caleb Tompkins, Scarsdale,

First Judge. 1823 Edward Kemeys,

Mount Pleasant,
Ezra Lockwood, Poundridge,

Judges. 1824 John Townsend, North Caslie, 1827 William Jay, Bedford, 1829 William Nelson, Peekskill, District Attorney 1828 Jonathan Ward, Eastchester, Surrogate. 1829 William Barker, White Plains. Treasier.

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Elected..
1828 Nathaniel Bayles, Greensburgh,

Clerk.
David D. Webbers, Yorktown,

Sheriff
George Sherwood, Mount Pleasant,
Gilbert Oakley,

White Plains,

Coroners.
Thomas Murphy, Bedford,

Sarnuel Briggs, East Chester, STATED TERMS.-Court of Common Pleas alternately at the Court House in Bedford, and at the Court House in White Plains, on the fourth Mondays of May and September, and on the first Monday of December; and the Court of General Sessions on the fourth Mondays of May and September, at the place where the Common Pleus shall be then held; but no issue of fact shall be tried by a jury at any December term.

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.

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Bedford.

Harrison. 1827 Benjamin Isaacs, 1827 Simeon Tyler, Samuel Higgins,

Jacob Halsted, 1828. Jesse Seaman, 1828 Major Brown, 1829 Solomon Clason. 1829 Nehemiah Purdy, jr. Cortland.

Mamaroneck. 1827 John Leveridge, 1827 Charles Pine,

Daniel Harris, 1828 Horace R. Sloat, 1828 Benjamin Ward, 1829 Peter Ferris, 1829 David Lent.

“ Henry Munroe. East Chester.

Mount Pleasant. 1827 Jonathan Baddeau, 1827 James C. Hale, 1828 Joseph C. Cooper,

Enos Hatfield, 1829 Samuel Briggs, 1828 Charles Yeo,

Robert Purdy. 1829 Mather Harris.
Greensburgh.

New.Castle. 1827 Ezra Mead, 1827 Joseph W, Merritt: 1828 Fred. W. Williams,

Willet Kip, 1829 William Butt, 1828 Gilbert Brundage,

Benson Ferris. 1829 Thamas Vail.

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