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Supreme Court.

Appointed. Salary. Roger B. Taney,..Maryland, . Chief Justice.......1836 $5,000 Joseph Story, .... Massachusetts, . . Associate Justice. ..1811.-4,500 Smith Thompson, New York,.

..1823..4,500 John McLean,.... Ohio,.

..1829..4,500 Henry Baldwin, ..Pennsylvania,

..1830..4,500 John M. Wayne,.. Georgia,

...1835..4,500 John McKinley, Alabama,

..1837..4,500 John Catron, Tennessee,

..1837..4,500 Peter Y. Daniel, • . Virginia,

..1841..4,500 Hugh S. Legare, .Washington, ... Attorney-General.. .4,000 Richard Peters, ... Philadelphia, Reporter.

.1,000 William T. Carroll, Washington, Clerk....

.1,000 Alexander Hunter, Washington, ... Marshul.

Fees. The Supreme Court is held in Washington on the second Monday of January, annually.

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Circuit Courts.

First Circuit.

Presiding Judge. Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island... Story.

Second Circuit. Vermont, Connecticut, and New York.

Thompson. Third Circuit. New Jersey and Pennsylvania....

. Baldwin, Fourth Circuit. Delaware and Maryland...

Taney. Fifth Circuit. Virginia and North Carolina...

..Daniel, Sixth Circuit. South Carolina and Georgia.

Wayne. Seventh Circuit. Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Michigan.

„McLean, Eighth Circuit. Kentucky, Tennessee, and Missouri....

Catron, Ninth Circuit. Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Arkansas........

.McKinley

The Circuit Courts are held in the several districts of each circuit, the district judge acting as associate justice.

There is a local court held in the District of Columbia.

District Courts.

Pa. {

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Districto.
Judges.
Attorneys.
Marshals.

Clerks. Maine, Ashur Ware,... John Holmes, J.D. Kinsman,. John Mussey. N. Hamp.

Matth. Harvey,. 'Joel Eastman, J. W. Kelley,.. C. W. Cutter. Vermont, Samuel Prentiss, Charles Davis, Wm. Barron,.. Jesse Gove. Mass.......

Peleg Sprague, Franklin Dexter, S. Lincoln, ...F. Bassett. R. Island, John Pitman,... R. W. Greene, ... S. Hartshorn, . J. T. Pitman. Connecticut, A. T. Judson, Charles Chapman, J. B. Eldridge,. C. A. Ingersoll.

N.D.A. Conkling,... J. A. Spencer,.. C. Robinson,.. R. B. Miller. N.Y.

S. D. Samuel A. Betts, Ogden Hoffman, . S. M. Stilwell,. F. J. Betts. N. Jersey,.. P. Dickerson, J. S. Greene, J. S. Darcy,..

,... R. D. Spencer. E. D.. J. Hopkinson,.. W. M. Meredith, Isaac Otis, F. Hopkinson.

W.D. Thomas Irwin,. Cor. Darragh, H.C. Bossler,. . E. J. Roberts. Delaware,.. Willard Hall,... J. A. Bayard, D. C. Wilson, .W.A.Mendenhal. Maryland, Upton S. Heath, N. Williams, N. Snyder,

Thomas Spicer. E. Ú.. John Y. Mason, R. C. Nicholas, E. Christian,.. R. Jeffries.

W.D.I.S.Pennybacker W. G. Singleton, James Points. N. Carolina, Henry Potter, W. H. Haywood, Bev’ly Daniel, W. H. Haywood S. Carolina, R. B. Gilchrist. E. McCreary, ....T. C. Condy,.. James Jarvey. Georgia,..... John C. Nicoll,. R. M. Charlton,.. W. J. Davis,. . George Glenn.

S. D.
Ala.

George W. Gayle, R.L.Crawford, D. Files.
Wm. Crawford,
N.D.

Jer. Clemens, .... B. Patterson,..C. R. Clifton.
N.D.
Miss. S. J. Gholson, .

S. F. Butterworth, A.K.McClung.
S. D.

R. M. Gaines,.... A. Miller,..... William Burns.
E.D.

Bailie Peyton,
Abner N. Ogden,
La.

M. Marigney:
W.D.

H. Taylor,

..... C. N. Garrett, J. Lessassier. W.D.

H. W. McCorry,.. R. I. Chester. Ten. M. D. B. Brown,...... R. J. Meigs,.. S. B. Marshall, N. A. McNairy. E. D.

J. A. McKinney, R. M. Woods, W. C. Mynatt. Kentucky,.. T. B. Monroe,.. P.S.Loughborough J. M. McCalla,. J. H. Hanva. Ohio, H. A. Leavitt,. . Israel Hamilton,.. J. Patterson, William Miner. Indiana, J. L. Holman,.. C. Cushing, .. R. Hanna, Henry Hurst. Illinois, Nathaniel Pope, J. Butterfield,.. Wm. Prentiss, Wm. H. Brown. Missouri,... Rob't. W.Wells, M. Blair,

W. H. Russell, Joseph Gamble. Michigan, .. Ross Wilkins,.. George C. Bates, . Josh. Howard. Arkansas, Benj. Johnson, . Absalom Fowler,. T. W. Newton. Dist. Col. .. William Cranch, Francis S. Key, .. Alex. Hunter,. W. Brent.

Presidents of Congress, from 1774 to 1788.

From

Elected

2A,

Peyton Randolph, Virginia,

. September 5, 1774. Henry Middleton, .South Carolina, October 22, 1774. Peyton Randolph, Virginia, May 10, 1775. John Hancock, .Massachusetts, May

1775. Henry Laurens, ..South Carolina,.. November 1, 1777. John Jay,...

.New York, ... December 10, 1778. Samuel Huntington, ...Connecticut, .. September 28, 1779. Thomas McKean, ..Delaware, .July 10, 1781. John Hanson, ..Maryland, .November 5, 1781. Elias Boudinot,.. .. New Jersey,

.. November 4, 1782. Thomas Mifflin, ..Pennsylvania, November 3, 1783. Richard Henry Lee, .Virginia,

November 30, 1786. Nathaniel Gorham, .Massachusetts, June 6, 1786. Arthur St. Clair, .Pennsylvania, .February 2, 1787. Cyrus Griffin,.... .Virginia,

..January

22, 1788.

Signers of the Declaration of Independence.

Names.

Where Age in

Where Age in born. 1776. Names.

born.

1776. NEW HAMPSHIRE.

James Smith,

. Ireland. Josiah Bartlett,......N. H. ..47 George Taylor,

66..60 William Whipple,...Maine. .40 James Wilson, . Scot....34 Matthew Thornton,. .Ireland. 62 George Ross,. ..Del.....46 MASSACHUSETTS.

DELAWARE. John Hancock, ..... Mass. ..39 Cæsar Rodney,

.....Del..... 46 Samuel Adams,

..54 George Read,. John Adams,

..41 Thomas McKean,.

... Penn. ..42 Robert T. Paine,

..45 Elbridge Gerry,.....

MARYLAND.

Samuel Chase,
RHODE ISLAND.

.Maryl...35

William Paca, Stephen Hopkins,...R. Isl...69 Thomas Stoné,.

..36 William Ellery,.. ..49 Charles Carroll,

..39

...Md.

"...42

..32

..36

CONNECTICUT.

VIRGINIA. Roger Sherman,.....Mass. ..55

.... Vir.....50 Samuel Huntington,. Conn. ..44 George Wythe,.

Richard H. Lee,.

.44 William Williams,

..45
Thomas Jefferson,

.33 Oliver Wolcott

..50

Benjamin Harrison,.
Thomas Nelson,

38
NEW YORK.
Francis L. Lee,

..42 William Floyd, .....L. Is....42 | Carter Braxton,... ....40 Philip. Livingston,

N. York. 60 Francis Lewis, ..S.Wales.63

NORTH CAROLINA. Lewis Morris,

N.York. 50

William Hooper, Mass. ..34
Joseph Hewes,.

......N. Jer...46 NEW JERSEY.

John Penn,

Vir.
Richard Stockton,...N.Jer...46
John Witherspoon,.
... Scot....54

South CAROLINA.
Francis Hopkinson,.. Penn. ..39
John Hart,

N.Jer...- Edward Rutledge,... S. Car. .27 Abraham Clark, ..50 Thomas Heyward,

..30 Thomas Lynch,

..27 Arthur Middleton,... PENNSYLVANIA. Robert Morris,... .Eng....43

GEORGIA. Benjamin Rush, ... Penn. ..31 Benjamin Franklin,. . Mass. ..70 Button Gwinnett, ... Eng....44 John Morton,..

Del.....52 Lyman Hall, Conn...45 George Clymer,..

go....Penn. ..37 | George Walton,..... Vir.....36

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Virginia
New York
Massachusetts
New Hampshire
New Jersey
Delaware
Maine

Settlement of the Colonies.
.1607

Maryland ...
1614 Connecticut.
1620 Rhode Island.
1623 North Carolina

1624 South Carolina 1627 Pennsylvania. 1630 Georgia.

. 1633 ..1635 .1636 .1650 .1670 .1682 .1733

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Forces supplied to the Revolutionary Army by each State, from

1775 to 1783, inclusive. New Hampshire .12,497 Delaware...

.2,386 Massachusetts .67,907 Maryland

.13,912 Rhode Island ..5,908 Virginia .

26,678 Connecticut .31,939 | North Carolina.

.7,263 New York.. .17,781 South Carolina.

.6,417 New Jersey: .10,726 Georgia.

2,679 Pennsylvania

.25,678 Total. — Regular troops

..231,761 Militia

..56,163

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Chronological List of the Cabinet Officers of each Administration.

First Administration; 1789 to 1797 ;-8 years. George WASHINGTON,.. Virginia, . April 30, 1789. President. John Adams,

..Massachusetts,.. April 30, 1789. Vice-President.

Appointed. Thomas Jefferson, Virginia, Sept. 26, 1789. Edmund Randolph,. . Virginia, ..Jan. 2, 1794. Secretaries of State. Timothy Pickering,.....Pennsylvania,...Dec. 10, 1795. Alexander Hamilton,.... New York,.. ..Sept. 11, 1789. Secretaries of the Oliver Wolcott,... .Connecticut,

3, 1795.

Treasury. Henry Knox,

Massachusetts,.. Sept. 12, 1789. Timothy Pickering,.....

.Pennsylvania, ..Jan. 2, 1795. Secretaries of War. James McHenry,

Maryland, ......Jan. 27, 1796. Samuel Osgood, Massachusetts, ..Sept. 26, 1789. Timothy Pickering,.....Pennsylvania,... Nov. 7, 1791. Postmasters General. Joseph Habersham,.....Georgia, ..Feb. 25, 1795. Edmund Randolph,. Virginia, .Sept. 26, 1789. William Bradford, .Pennsylvania,...Jan. 27, 1794. Attorneys General. Charles Lee,

· Virginia,........Dec. 10, 1795.

....Feb.

....Feb.

3, 1801. S

Second Administration; - 1797 to 1801 3 - 4 years. JOHN ADAMS,

Massachusetts, ..March 4, 1797. President. Thomas Jefferson, . Virginia,....

....... March 4, 1797. Vice-President.

Appointed. Timothy Pickering, ..Pennsylvania, ..(cont'd in office.) Secretaries of State. John Marshall, .. Virginia,.... .May 13, 1800. Oliver Wolcott,

..Connecticut, ....(cont'd in office.) Secretaries of the Samuel Dexter, Massachusetts, ..Dec. 31, 1800. Treasury. James McHenry, . Maryland, ..(cont'd in office.) Samuel Dexter, Massachusetts, .. May 13, 1800. Secretaries of Wari Roger Griswold,........Connecticut, George Cabot, ::........Massachusetts, ..May 3, 1798. Secretaries of the Benjamin Stoddert,.. ..Maryland, .May 21, 1798. Navy. Joseph Habersham, .....

...Georgia, ..(cont'd in office.) Postmaster General. Charles Lee,

Virginia, .(cont'd in office.) Attorney General. Third Administration ;- 1801 to 1809;-8 years. Thomas JEFFERSON,.... Virginia,.... .March 4, 1801. President. Aaron Burr,..

.. New York,

...March 4, 1801. George Clinton,

Vice-Presidents. New York, March 4, 1805.

Appointed. James Madison, . Virginia,.... March 5, 1801. Secretary of State. Samuel Dexter, ..

..Massachusetts, ..(cont'd in office.) Secretaries of the Albert Gallatin,..

Pennsylvania,...Jan. 26, 1802. Treasury. Henry Dearborn,.. . Massachusetts, .. March 5, 1801. Secretary of War. Benjamin Stoddert, .Maryland, (cont'd in office.) Secretaries of the Robert Smith,

..Maryland, ..Jan. 26, 1802) Navy. Joseph Habersham, ..Georgia,

..(cont'd in office.) | Postmasters General.
Gideon Granger,........Connecticut, ....Jan. 26, 1802. }
Levi Lincoln, ..Massachusetts, ..March 5, 1801.
John Breckenridge,.....Kentucky, ...Dec. 23, 1805. Attorneys General.
Cæsar A. Rodney,.......

..Delaware, ......Jan. 20, 1807.
Fourth Administration ; - 1809 to 1817; -8 years.
JAMES MADISON, Virginia,..... March 4, 1809. President.
George Clinton,.. .N. Y., 1809, (died April 20, 1812.)

Vice-Presidents. Elbridge Gerry, Mass., 1813, (died Nov. 23, 1814.)

Appointed. Robert Smith,

.Maryland, ...... March 6, 1809. James Monroe,.. . Virginia,.. .Nov. 25, 1811. Secretaries of State, James Monroe, Virginia, ..Feb. 28, 1815. Albert Gallatin, . ..Pennsylvania,... (cont'd in office.)

Secretaries of the George W. Campbell,... Tennessee, .Feb. 9, 1814.

Treasury. Alexander J. Dallas, .... Pennsylvania,... Oct.

6, 1814. William Eustis,

Massachusetts, ..March 7, 1809. John Armstrong,.... ...New York, .....Jan. 13, 1813.

Secretaries of War. James Monroe,

Virginia,.... .Sept. 27, 1814.
William H. Crawford, ..Georgia, March 2, 1815.
Paul Hamilton,
.....South Carolina, .March 7, 1809.

Secretaries of the William Jones, .Pennsylvania,...Jan. 12, 1813.

Navy. Benj. W. Crownins hield, Massachusetts,..

,. .Dec. 19, 1814. Gideon Granger,

Connecticut, ....(cont'd in office.) Postmasters General. Return J. Meigs,.. ...Ohio,

..March 17, 1814. S
Cæsar A. Rodney, ...Delaware, ......(cont'd in office.)
William Pinkney, ...... Maryland, ..Dec. 11, 1811. Attorneys General.
Richard Rush,

..Pennsylvania,...Feb. 10, 1814. S
Fifth Administration;- 1817 to 1825 ;-8 years.
James MONROE, .Virginia, March 4, 1817. President.
Daniel D. Tompkins, ... New York,...... March 4, 1817. Vice-President.

Appointed.
John Q. Adams,...... Massachusetts, ..March 5, 1817. Secretary of State
William H. Crawford, ..Georgia, ........March 5, 1817. Sec. of the Treasury

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