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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.

New-Rochelle.

Somers. 1827 Horace S. Martin; 1827 Aaron Brown, 1828 Jacob Bartow,

Gilbert M. Beedle, 1829 James P. Huntington, 1828 Samuel Baker,

Gideon Coggeshall. 1829 Gerard Crane,
North Castle.

South Salem. 1827 David P. Husted, 1927 Jared Bolton, Samuel Lyon,

Isaac Hayes, 1828 Oliver F. Green, 1828 Stephen Rusco, 1829 Israel Townsend, jr. 1829 Thomas Smith. North Salem.

Westchester. 1827 Silas Finch, 18:27 Samuel Youngs, Isaac Purdy,

Peter Valentine, 1828 Isaac P. Quick, 1828 Israel H. Watson, 1829 James Mills.

1829 James Jones. Pelham.

White Plains. 1827 Joseph Lyon, 1827 John Fisher, Elisha W. King,

Gilbert Oakley, 1828 Stephen Roberts, 1828 Richard Jarvis, 1829 George W. Horton. 1829 Charles-A. Purdy.. Poundridge.

Yonkers. 1827 Horatio Lockwood, 1827 Nathaniel Valentine,

William L. Smith, 1828 Silas Crawford, 1828 Samuel Weed, 1829 Christian Deder, 1829 Rufus Ayres.

John Bairne, jr.
Rye.

Yorktown. 1827 Moses Totten, 1828 David D. Webbers, Abraham Guion,

1829 Thomas Tompkins, 1829 George Barry,

Thomas Strang,
Rivers Morrell.

B. G. Gedney,
Scarsdale.
.1827 Nathaniel Brown,

• Caleb Tompkins, 1828 Richard M. Popham, 1829. Richard Palmer, .

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ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, AND SOLICITORS

AND COUNSELLORS IN CHANCERY.

LAW,

CHANCERY. Ad nitted as

Admitted as Admitted as Admitted as Attorneys.

Counsellor3. Solicitors. Counsellors Peekskill. 1812 Ralsaman C. Austin, 1816 1807 William Nelson,

1812 1818 Joseph W. Strang,

Bedford.
William Jay,

1820
Mamaroneck.
1824 Henry Munro,

New-Rochelle.
Jacob Bartow,

Sing-Sing. 1824 James C. Hale, 1829 Jonathaa Miller,

Richard R. Voris, 1816 Aaron Ward,

Somers. 1807 Frederic I. Coffin,

White Plains. 1808 Minot Mitchell, 1825 J. W. Tompkins,

Mount Pleasant. 1807 Edward Kemeys,

1821

YATES COUNTY Constituted February 5th, 1823. In 1825 its popula. tion was 13,214. Present number of towns 7. Appointed. Names.

Residence.

Office. 1828 Samuel S. Ellsworth, Penn Yan, First Juodye. 1823 Abel Peck,

Benton,
Allan Vorce, Milo,

Judges. 1827 James Norton, Starkey, 1828 David Thomas, Jerusalem, 1826 Jamos Taylor, Starkey, District Altorney. 1827 Andrew F. Oliver, Penn Yan,

Surrogate. 1829 Heary Bradley, Penn Yan,

Treasurer.

Elected.

1823 Abraham H. Bennett, Penn Yan, Clerk.
1827 Miles Benham, Penn Yan, Sherif
1828 Alex. Southerland, Middlesex,
Horace J. Lee, Penn Yan,

Coroners.
Jacob Herrick, Jerusalem,

William M.Dowell, Barrington,
STATED TERMS.-Second Tuesday of January, first
Tuesday of June, and the last Tuesday of September.

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.

Elected.

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Elected.
Milo.

Jerusalem. 1827 Abraham Wagener, 1827 Ezra Rice, Avery Smith,

Ira Cushman, 1828 John Sutphen, 11828 Elisha Mills, 1829 George Youngs. 11829 Asa B. Brown. Barrington.

Middlesex. 1827 Tippit Sunderland, 1827 William Bassett,

" Stephen Robinson, Alex. Southerland, 1828 Cyrus Bronson,

1828 James Harmons, 1829 Miles Terrill. 1829 Isaac Dane. Benton.

Starkey. 1827 Peleg Briggs,

1827 Richard Lanning, 1828 John A. M'Lean, 1828 Isaac P. Seymour, 1829 Samuel G. Gage, 1829 Abel Pierce, Abner Wadsworth. William R. Briggs.

Italy. 1827 Valentine Graham,

James Fox, 1828 James Metcalf, 1829 Elisha Doubleday.

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, AND SOLICITORS

AND COUNSELLORS IN CHANCERY.
LAW.

CHANGERY. filmitted as

Admitted as Admitted as Admitted as Attorneys.

Counscliors. Soliciturs. Counsellom Penn Yan. 1823 Henry A. Wisner, 1828

Thomas J. Nevins, 1828
Roderick N. Morrison,

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

LAW admitted as Attorneys. 1821 Henry Eno, 1829 William Cornwell, 1827 Evert Van Buren,

Cornelius Masten, 1818 William M, Oliver,

Levi Lyman,
William Nash,
William Potter,
Asa A. Norton,

Benton.
Benjamin I. Dey

Starkey. 1823 James Taylor,

1826

CITIES.

ALBANY.

The CHARTER of this city was granted, as is express. ed therein, “ at the humble petition of the Justices of the Peace of the said town of Albany,” to the inhabitants thereof, “by the name or names of The Mayor, Aldermen, and Commonalty of the City of Albany," by Thomas DONGAN, Governor, July 23d, 1686, in the second

year of the reign of JAMES II. Its officers are a Mayor, Recorder, Aldermen, Assistant Aldermen, Supervisors, Assessors, Collectors and Constables, Treasurer or Chamberlain, Sheriff, Coroner, Clerk of the Market, High Constable, sub-Constable, Marshal or Sergeant at Mace. These are the officers named in the Charter.

There are five Wards in this City, each of which is entitled to elect two Aldermen, two Assistants, one Supervisor, one Assessor, one Collector, and two Constables.

Two Aldermen, two Assistants, and one Constable are to be annually chosen in each of the said wards on the last Tuesday of September; and one Supervisor, one Assessor, and one Constable in each of the said wards, annually on the first Tuesday of May.

The officers holding any city election are required to give five days previous notice of the time and place where such election is to be holden, in at least three public places in each ward.

The Mayor, Recorder, Aldermen, and Assistant Aldermen, in this, as in the other cities in this state, con: stitute the Common Council.

The MAYOR is annually appointed by the Common Council, and holds his office for one year, or until another be appointed and sworn in his stead.

The Aldermen, Assistants, and Chamberlain, are to bie sworn into office on the second Tuesday of October in each year, or as soon thereafter as they shall attend in Common Council.

The RECORDER is appointed by the senate, on the nomination of the governor, and holds his office for

-five years.

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