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The Supreme Court is held in the City of Washington, and has one session annually, commencing on the 1st Monday of December.

* DISTRICT COURTS :- JUDGES, ATTORNEYS,

14 Va.

Districts.

Judges.

Residence. Salary. Attorneys. Pay. 1 Maine, Ashur Ware, Portland, $1,800

Gorham Parks,

$200 & f. 2 N. Hampshire, Matthew. Harvey, Hopkinton, 1,000 Joel Eastman,

200 do. 3 Vermont, Samuel Prentiss, Montpelier,

1,200 Charles Davis, 200 do. 4 Massachusetts, Peleg Sprague, Boston, 2,500 Franklin Dexier,

F's, &c. 5 Rhode Island,

John Piiman, Providence, 1,500 R. W. Greene, 200&f. 6 Connecticut, A. T. Judson, Canterbury, 1,500 Charles Chapman,

200 do. N. Dist. A. Conkling, Auburn, 2,000 J. A. Spencer,

200 do N. Y.

S. Dist. Samuel R. Betts, New York, 3,500 Ogden Hoffman, F's. &c. 9 New Jersey, Ph. Dickerson, Paterson, 1,500 James S. Greene,

200 & f. E. Dist. Archib'ld Randall, Philadelphia, 2,500 H. M. Waits, 19 Pa. {W. Dist. Thomas Irwin,

F's. &c. Pittsburg, 1,800 W. O'H. Robinson, 200 & f. 12 Delaware, Willard Hall, Wilmington, 1,500 William H. Rogers, 200 do. 13 Maryland, Upton S. Heath, Baltimore, 2,000 Z. Collins Lee, F's, &c. E. Dist. J. D. Hallyburton,

1,800 R. C. Nicholas, 200 & f. 15

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W. Dist. I. S. Pennybacker, Harrisonburg, 1,600

Moses C. Goode, 200 do. 16 North Carolina, Henry Potter, Raleigh, 2,000 Duncan R. McRae, 200 do 17 South Carolina, R. B. Gilchrist, Charleston,

2,500

Edward McCrady, 200 do. 18 Georgia,

John C. Nicoll, Savannah, 2,500 Henry R. Jackson, 200 do. 19 S. Dist.

200 do. Ala.

? G. J. S. Walker, Wm. Crawford, Mobile, 2,500

N. Dist. 20

J. A. S. Acklin,

200 do. 21 N. Dist.

200 do.

Oscar F. Bledsoe,
Miss.
S. J. Gholson,

2,000}

Athens,
IS. Dist.

R. M. Gaines,

200 do. 23 E. Dist.

Bailie Peyton,
New Orleans, 3,000} Balese E. Swayze,

600 do. La.

T. H. McCaleb,
W.Dyst.

200 do W. Dist.

H. W. McCorry,

200 do. 26 Tenn. M. Dist. M. B. Brown, Nashville,

1,500
John M. Lea,

200 do. 27 E. Dist.

Thomas C. Lyon, 200 do. 28 Kentucky, Th. B. Monroe,

Frankfort, 1,500 P.S. Loughborough, 200 do. 29 Ohio, H. H. Leavitt, Steubenville, 1,000

Charles Anthony, 200 do 30 Indiana, E. M. Huntington, Terre Haute, 1,000

200 do.

Courtland Cushing, 31 Illinois,

Nathaniel Pope, Kaskaskia,. 1,000 Justin Butterfield, 200 do. 32 Missouri, Robert W. Wells, Jefferson City, 1,200 Wm.M. McPherson, 200 do. 33 Michigan, Ross Wilkins, Detroit, 1,500 George C. Bates, 200 do. 34 Arkansas, Benj. Johnson,

Little Rock, 2,000 S. H. Hempstead, 200 do. 35 D. Columbia, William Cranch, Washington, 2,700 Philip R. Fendall, F's. &c.

* Corrected at the Department of State, July 20, 1844.

CIRCUIT COURTS.

The United States are divided into the following nine judicial circuits, in each of which a Circuit Court is held twice every year, for each State within the circuit, by a Justice of the Supreme Court, assigned to the circuit, and by the District Judge of the State or District in which the Court sits.

Presiding Judge, 1st Circuit, Maine, New Hampshire, Mass. and R. I., Mr. Justice Story. 2d do. Vermont, Connecticut, and New York. 3d do. New Jersey and Pennsylvania. 4th do. Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia, Mr. Chief Just. Taney. 5th do. Alabama and Louisiana,

Mr. Justice Daniels. 6th do. N. Carolina, S. Carolina, and Georgia, Mr. Justice Wayne. 7th do. Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Michigan, Mr. Justice McLean. 8th do. Kentucky, Tennessee, and Missouri, Mr. Justice Catron. 9th do. Mississippi and Arkansas,

Mr. Justice McKinley.

There is a local Circuit Court held by three Judges in the District of Colum. bia, specially appointed for that purpose. The Chief Justice of that Court sits also as District Judge of that District.

MARSHALS, AND CLERKS.

Marshals.
Residence. Pay.

Clerks.

Residence. 1 John D Kinsman, Portland, $200 & f's. John Mussey, Portland, 21. W. Kelley, Salisbury, 200 do.

C. W. Cutter,

Portsmouth, 3 William Barron, Bradiord, 200 do. E. H. Prentiss, Montpelier, 4 Solomon Lincoln, Boston, Fees, &c. Francis Bassett, Boston, 5 S. Hartshorn,

Providence,

200 & f.

John T. Pitman, Providence, 6 Benning Mann, Hartford, 200 do. C. A. Ingersoll, New Haven, 7 Clark Robinson, Buffalo,

200 do. R. B. Miller,

Utica, 8 Silas M. Stilwell, New York, Fees, &c. Fred. J. Betts, New York, 9 J. A. Simpson, Trenton,

200 & f. Rob. D. Spencer, Mt. Holly, 10 George M. Keim, Philadelphia, Fees, &c. F. Hopkinson, Philadelphia, 11 Henry C. Bosler, Meadville,

200 & f. E.J. Roberts, Pittsburg, 12 Nathaniel Wolfe, Newcastle, 200 do, W.A. Mendenhal, Wilmington, 13 Moreau Forrest, Baltimore, Fees, &c. Thomas Spicer, Baltimore, 14 E. Christian, Richmond, 200 & f. Henry Gibson, Richmond, 15 James Points, Staunton, 200 do. Moore, Clarksburg, 16 Wesley Jones, Raleigh, 400 do. W. H. Haywood, Raleigh, 17 Thos. D. Condy, Charleston, Fees, &c. James Jarvey, Charleston, 19 Hend. Willingham, Savannah,

do. George Glenn, Savannah, 19 W. Armistead, Mobile, 200 & f.

D. Files,

Mobile, 20 Benj. Patteson, Huntsville, 200 do. C. R. Clifton, Huntsville, 21 A. K. McClung, Pontotock, 200 do. G, M. Ragsdale, 22 Anderson Miiler, Vicksburg, 200 do. William Burns, Jackson, 23 A. S. Robertson, N. Orleans, 200 do. 24 W. H. Bassett, Washington, 200 do,

N. R. Jennings, N. Orleans, 25 R. J. Chester, Jackson,

200 do.

Caleb Green, 26 B. 1. Sheppard, Nashville, 200 do. N. A. McNairy, Nashville, 27 R. M. Woods, Greenville, 200 do, W. C. Mynatt,

Knoxville, 28 W. B. Blackburn, jr. Versailles,

J. H. Hanna, Frankfort, 29 John McElvain, Columbus, 200 do. William Miner, Columbus, 30 Robert Hanna, Indianapolis, 200 do. Henry Hurst, Corydon, 31 Thomas M. Hope, Springfield, 200 do. J. F. Oroings, Springfield, 32 Wm. C. Anderson, Fayette,

200 do.

200 do. Joseph Gamble, si. Louis, 33 L. S. Humphrey, Munroe,

200 do. John Winder, Detroit, 34 Henry M. Rector, Little Rock, 200 do. William Field, Little Rock, 35 Alexander Hunter, Washington, Fees, &c. William Brent, Washington,

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PLACES AND Times Of HOLDING THE DISTRICT COURTS.

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Wiscasset—1st Tuesday in September; - Portland MAINE.

1st Tuesday in February and December; - Ban

gor-4th Tuesday in June. N. HAMPSHIRE.

Portsmouth—30 Tuesday in March and September ;

Exeter-3d Tuesday in June and December. VERMONT. Rutland6th of Oct.; — Windsor24th of May. MASSACHUSETTS.

| Boston—3d Tuesday in March, 4th Tuesday in June,

2d Tuesday in Sept., and 1st Tuesday in Dec. RHODE ISLAND. Newport —20 Tuesday in May, and 3d in October ;

Providence—1st Tuesday in August and February. CONNECTICUT.

| New Haven—4th Tuesday in February and August;

Hartford4th Tuesday in May and November.
Næw YORK,
S. District.

{ New York—1st Tuesday of each month.
Albany-3d Tuesday in January;Utica--20 Tues-

day in July ; — Rochester—3d Tuesday in May; NEW YORK,

Buffalo--2d Tuesday in October. - One term anN. District. nually in the county of St. Lawrence, Clinton, or

Franklin, at such time and place as the judge may

direct. NEW JERSEY.

Trenton-24 Tuesday in March and September, and

3d Tuesday in May and November. E. District. { Pialadelphiambd. Monday in February, May, August, PENNSYLVANIA,

s Pittsburg—1st Monday in May, and 1st Monday in W. District. 1 October;- Williamsport-ist Monday in October.

Newcastle and Dover-alternately, on the 4th Tuesday DELAWARE.

in Nov. 1789; and three other sessions progres. sively, on the 4th Tuesday of every 3d calendar

month. MARYLAND. {

Baltimore-on the 1st Tuesday in March, June, Sep

tember, and December. COLUMBIA. Washington—1st Monday in June and December. VIRGINIA, | Richmond12th of May, and 12th of November ;E. District. Norfolk-30th of May, and 1st of November.

Staunton—1st day of May, and 1st day of October ;

Wythe Court House--3d Monday in April and SepVIRGINIA,

tember; Charleston-- Wednesdays after the 2d W. District, Monday in April and September;— Clarksburg-last

Mondays in March and August; - Wheeling — Wed

nesdays after the first Mondays in April and Sept.

Edenton—3d Monday in April and Oct; -- NewburnN. CABOLINA. 4th Monday in April and Oct.;. Wilmington—Ist

Monday after the 4th Monday in April and Oct.

Charleston3d Monday in March and September, 1st S. CAROLINA.

Monday in July, and 2d Monday in Dec.;— Laurens Court House the next Tuesday after the adjournment of the Circuit Court at Columbia.

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E. District. { Knoxville—3d Monday in April and October.

GEORGIA.

Savannah2d Tues. in Feb., May, Aug., and Nov. ALABAMA, N. Dist. Huntsville2d Monday in April and October. ALABAMA, Tuscaloosa—4th Monday in May, and 1st Monday after

M. District. the 4th Monday in November. ALABAMA, S. Dist. Mobile1st Monday in May, and 2d Monday in Dec. MISSISSIPPI. Jackson—4th Monday in January and June. Louis'a, E. Dist. New Orleans-2d Monday in December. Louis'a, W. Dist. Opelousas Court House~2d Monday in June. TENNESSEE, TENNESSEE, W. District Nashville—4th Monday in May and November; –

Jackson—2d Monday in October and April. KENTUCKY.

Frankfort1st Monday in May and 3d Monday in

November.

Columbus—3d Monday in July and 4th Monday in OH10.

December. MICHIGAN. Detroit-3d Monday in June and 2d Monday in Oct. INDIANA.

Indianapolislast Monday in May and November. ILLINOIS.

Vandalia1st Monday in May and December. MISSOURI.

Jefferson City-1st Monday in March and September. ARKANSAS. Little Rock-1st Monday in October.

IV. INTERCOURSE WITH FOREIGN NATIONS. - Aug., 1844.

The pay of Ministers Plenipotentiary is $9,000 per annum, as salary, besides $9,000 for outfit. The pay of Chargés d'Affaires is $4,500 per annum ; of Secretaries of Legation, $2,000; of Ministers Resident, $6,000.

The government of the United States is represented by Ministers Plenipotentiary at the Courts of Great Britain, France, Russia, Prussia, Austria, Spain, Brazil, and Mexico; and by Chargés d'Affaires at the Courts of most of the other foreign countries with which this country is much connected by commercial intercourse.

1. MINISTERS AND DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES

IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES.

Ministers Plenipotentiary in 1844.

Appointed. Foreign States.
Edward Everett,

Mass. 1841 Great Britain,
William R. King, Ala. 1844 | France,
Charles S. Todd, Ken. 1841 Russia,
Henry Wheaton, R. I. 1837 Prussia,
Daniel Jenifer,

Md. 1841 Austria,
Wilson Shannon, Ohio. 1844 Mexico,
Henry A. Wise,

Va. 1844 | Brazil, Washington Irving, N. Y. 1842 | Spain,

Capitals.
London.
Paris.
St. Petersburg.
Berlin.
Vienna.
Mexico.
Rio Janeiro.
Madrid.

Commissioners.
Appointed. Foreign States.

Salary.
Caleb Cushing,
Mass. 1843

$9,000. George Brown, Mass. | 1843 Sandwich Isles. I

3,000.
Secretaries of Legation.
Francis R. Rives, G. Britain. Jasper H. Livingston, Spain.
J. L. Martin,

France. Robert M. Walsh, Brazil.
John S. Maxwell, Russia. B. E. Green,

Mexico. Theodore S. Fay, Prussia.

Salary, J. R. Clay,

Austria.

Fletcher Webster, China, $4,500. Minister Resident.

Appointed. Dabney S. Carr, Md. 1 1843 | Turkey, | Constantinople. John P. Brown, Dragoman to the Legation. Salary, $2,500.

Chargés d'Affaires in 1844.

Appointed.
Christopher Hughes, Md. 1842 | Netherlands, Hague.
Thomas G. Clemson, Pa. 1844 Belgium,

Brussels.
George W. Lay, N. Y. 1842 Sweden,

Stockholm,
William W. Irwin, Pa. 1843 Denmark, Copenhagen.
William M. Blackford, Va. 1842 New Grenada, Bogotá.
Allen A. Hall,

Tenn. 1841 Venezuela, Caraccas.
William Crump,
Va. 1844 Chili,

Santiago.
James C. Pickett,
Ky. 1838 Peru,

Lima.
Tilghman A. Howard, Ind. 1844 Texas,

Washington. William Boulware, Va. 1841 Two Sicilies, Naples. William Brent, Jr.. Va. 1844 Argentine Repub. Buenos Ayres. Robert Wickliffe, Jr. Ky. 1843 Sardinia,

Turin. Abraham Rencher, N. C. 1843 | Portugal,

Lisbon.

THEIR

2. LIST OF CONSULS AND COMMERCIAL AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES, AND OF THE PLACES OF RESIDENCE ;- Corrected in the Department of State to July 20th, 1844.

Those marked thus * are Commercial Agents. ARGENTINE REPUBLIC, OR BUENOS|John H. Payne, Tunis, Tunis. AYRES.

Dan. S. Macauley, Tripoli, Tripoli.
Amory Edwards,
Buenos Ayres.

BELGIUM.
AUSTRIA.

Samuel Haight, Antwerp.
J. G. Schwartz
Vienna.

BRAZIL.
George Moore, Trieste.
Albert Dabadie, Venice.

Charles B. Allen, Maranham Isl.

Charles J. Smith, Para.
BADEN.
G. T. Snow,

Pernambuco. George F. Gerding, Manheim.

George W. Gordon, Rio Janeiro.
BARBARY STATES. George Black, Santos.
Tangier,

St. Catherine's
Lemuel Wells,
Morocco.

Island.

John F. Mullowny, {

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