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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, N. Hampshire, Mass., and R. I., Mr. Justice Woodbury. 2d Vermont, Connecticut, and New York, Mr. Justice Nelson. New Jersey and Pennsylvania,

Mr. Justice Grier. 4th Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia, Mr. Ch. Justice Taney. 5th Alabama, Louisiana, and Kentucky, Mr. Justice McKinley. 6th N. Carolina, S. Carolina, and Georgia, Mr. Justice Wayne. 7th Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Michigan, Mr. Justice McLean. 8th Kentucky, Tennessee, and Missouri, Mr. Justice Catron. 9th Mississippi and Arkansas,

Mr. Justice Daniel.
The States of Florida, Texas, Iowa, and Wisconsin have not yet been attached to any Cir.
cuit, but the District Courts have the power of Circuit Courts. There is a local Circuit
Court held in the District of Columbia, by three judges 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.

Pay 1 William Paine,

Fees. Bangor, $2007 George F. Emery, Portland, 2 Samuel Garfield, Charlestown,

2001 Albert R. Hatch, Portsmouth, 3 John Pettes,

Windsor, 2007 Edw. H. Prentiss, Montpelier, 4 Charles Devens, Jr., Boston,

Seth E. Sprague,

Boston, 5 George W. Jackson, Providence,

2007 John T. Pitman, Providence, 6 Alison A. Pettengill, Bridgeport,

2007 John J. Cleveland, New Haven, 7 Palmer V. Kellogg, Utica,

2007 Aurelian Conkling, Auburn, 8 Henry F. Talmadge, New York,

James W. Metcalf, New York, 9 Robert S. Kennedy, Stewartsville, 2007 Edw. N. Dickerson, Paterson, 10 Anthony E. Roberts, Lancaster,

Thomas L. Kane, Philadelphia, 11 William Irvin, Clearfield,

2007 R. Biddle Roberts, Pittsburg, 12 Samuel Barr,

Wilmington,

2001 W. A. Mendenhall, Wilmington, 13 Thomas H. Kent, Baltimore,

Thomas Spicer, Baltimore, 14 Thomas S. Hall, Richmond, 2007 A. A. Cowdery, Norfolk, 15 James Points, Staunton,

2007 Erasmus Stribling, Staunton, 16 George Little, Raleigh, 2007 John M. Jones, Edenton, 17 Thomas D. Condy, Charleston,

W. Y. Gray,

Charleston, 18

Glenn, Savannah,

1 William M. Brown, Buena Vista, 19

W. H. Hunt,

Marietta,
R. B. Hilton, Tallahassee,

C. N. Jordan, Pensacola, 20 John T. Myrick, Mariana,

2007

Joseph S. May, Apalachicola,

R. B. Smith, Tallahassee, 21 Walter C. Maloney, Key West, 2004 T. A. Pinkney, Key West, 22 W. H. Gibson, Courtland, 2007 A. A. Gooch, Tuscaloosa, 23 24 Charles Bingham, Mobile, 2007 John Fitts, Mobile, 25 William McQuiston, Aberdeen, 2007 R. W. Edmundson, Pontotoc, 26 F. Davis,

Woodville, 2007 W. H. Brown, Jackson, 27 William S. Scott, New Orleans, 2007 N. R. Jennings, New Orleans, 28 Frederic G. Smith, St. Josephs, 2007 29 Joseph Bates,

Galveston, 2007 Thomas Bates, Galveston, 30 Andrew Guthrie, Jackson, 2007 James L. Talbott, Jackson, 31 Wm. Brown,

Nashville, 2007 Jacob McGavock, Nashville, 32 Daniel M'Callum, Knoxville, 2007 Jas. W. Campbell, Knoxville, 33 J. S. Speed,

Louisville, 2007 John H. Hanna, Frankfort, 34 Goshom A. Jones, Mt. Vernon, 2007 William Miner, Columbus, 35 Solomon Meredith, CambridgeCity 2007 Horace Bassett, Indianapolis, 36 Benjamin Bond, Carlyle, 2007 William Pope, Springfield, 37 John W. Twichell, St. Louis, 2007 Jason Harrison,

Jefferson City, 33 Charles H. Knox,

Detroit,

2007 John Winder, Detroit, 39 Luther Chase, Little Rock, 2007 William Field,

Little Rock, 40 41

2004 T. S. Parvin, Muscatine, 42 143 L. H. Cotton, Milwaukee, 2007 George S. West, Milwaukee, † And Fees.

Fees, &c.

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PLACES AND TIMES OF HOLDING THE CIRCUIT COURTS.
MAINE,

Portland, 23d April and 23d September.
NEW HAMPSHIRE, Portsmouth, 8th May ; - Exeter, 8th October.
VERMONT, .

Windsor, 21st May ; Rutland, 3d October.
MASSACHUSETTS, Boston, 15th May and 15th October.
RHODE ISLAND, Newport, 15th June; Providence, 15th November.
CONNECTICUT, New Haven, 4th Tuesday in April ;Hartford, 3d

Tuesday in September. N. YORK, S. Dist., • New York, last Monday in February, 1st Monday in

April, and 3d Monday in October. N. YORK, N. Dist., Albany, 3d Tuesday in October and 3d Tuesday in

May; Canandaigua, Tuesday next after 3d

Monday in June. NEW JERSEY, Trenton, 4th Tuesday in March and September. Penn., E. Dist., Philadelphia, 11th April and 11th October. Penn., W. Dist , Pittsburg, 3d Monday in May and November;

Williamsport, 3d Monday in June and September. DELAWARE, Newcastle, Tuesday following 4th Monday in May;

Dover, Tuesday following 3d Monday in October. MARYLAND, Baltimore, 1st Monday in April and November. VIRGINIA, E. Dist., Richmond, 1st Monday in May and 4th Monday in

November. VIRGINIA, W. Dist., Lewisburg, 1st Monday in August. North CAROLINA, . Raleigh, 1st Monday in June and last Monday in

November. South CAROLINA, . Charleston, Wednesday preceding the 4th Monday in

March;

Columbia, 4th Monday in November. Georgia, N. Dist., Marietta,* 2d Monday in March and September. GEORGIA, S. Dist., . Savannah, 2d Monday in April ; — Milledgeville,

Thursday after 1st Monday in November. ALABAMA,

Mobile, 2d Monday in April, and 4th Monday in

December.
MississIPPI, Jackson, 1st Monday in May and November.
LOUISIANA,

New Orleans, 4th Monday in April and 3d Monday

in December. Texas,

Galdeston, 1st Monday in February. TENNESSEE, Nashville, 1st Monday in March and September ;

Knoxville, 3d Monday in April and October ;

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

Frankfort, 3d Monday in May and October. Онто, ,

Columbus, 3d Tuesday in May and October. Michigan,

Detroit, 3d Monday in June and 2d Monday in Oct.

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INDIANA, Indianapolis, 3d Monday in May and 1st Monday in

December. ILLINOIS, Springfield, 1st Monday in June and last Monday in

November; Chicago, 1st Monday in July, MISSOURI, St. Louis, 1st Monday in April. ARKANSAS, Little Rock, 2d Monday in April. Dist. COLUMBIA, Washington, 4th Monday in March and 3d Monday in

October.

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VIII. INTERCOURSE WITH FOREIGN NATIONS.

August 21st, 1850. The pay of Envoys Extraordinary and 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 United States are represented by Ministers Plenipotentiary at the courts of Great Britain, France, Russia, Prussia, Spain, Mexico, Brazil, and Chili; and by Chargés d'Affaires at the courts of most of the other foreign powers with which this country is much connected by commercial intercourse. 1. MINISTERS AND DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES

IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES.
(Corrected in the Department of Slate, August 21st, 1850.)
Enjoys Extraordinary and Ministers Plenipotentiary in 1850.

Appointed. Foreign States. Capitals.
Abbott Lawrence,

Mass. 1849 Great Britain, London. Wm. C. Rives,

1849 France,

Paris.
David Tod,
Ohio. 1847 Brazil,

Rio Janeiro.
Daniel D. Barnard, N. Y. 1850 Prussia,

Berlin.
Daniel M. Barringer,

N. C. 1849
Spain,

Madrid.
Neill S. Brown,

Tenn. 1849 Russia, St. Petersburg. Robert P. Letcher,

Ky.
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1849

Mexico, Mexico.
Bailie Peyton,

La. 1849
Chili,

Santiago.
Secretaries of Legation.
John C. B. Davis, Great Britain. Gales Seaton,

Germany. Henry S. Sanford, France.

Horatio J. Perry,

Spain. Jesse B. Holman,

Chili. Edward H. Wright, Brazil. Theodore S. Fay. Prussia. Peter Parker (and Chinese Buckingham Smith, Mexico. Interpreter), China. Salary, $ 2,500

Minister Resident.

Appointed. Foreign State. Capital. George P. Marsh, Vt. | 18491 Turkey, | Constantinople.

John P. Brown, Dragoman to the Legation. Salary, $2,500.

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Chargés d'Affaires, August 21st, 1850. George Folsom,

N. Y., 1850 Netherlands, Hague. Thomas G. Clemson, Pa. 1844 Belgium, Brussels. Francis Schroeder, R. I. 1849 Sweden,

Stockholm. Walter Forward,

Pa. 1849 Denmark, Copenhagen. Thomas M. Foote, N. Y. 1849 New Granada, Bogotá. J. Nevett Steele, Ala.

1845 Venezuela, Caraccas. John R. Clay, Pa. 1847 Peru,

Lima. E. Joy Morris,

Pa.

1850 Two Sicilies, Naples. William A. Harris, Va. 1846

Argentine Rep. Buenos Ayres. Wm. B. Kinney, N. J. 1850 Sardinia,

Turin.
James B. Clay, Ky.
. 1849 Portugal,

Lisbon.
Austria,

Vienna.
Lewis Cass, Jr.,

Mich. 1848 Pontific. States, Rome.

Guatemala, Guatemala. J. T. Van Alen,

N. Y. 1849 Ecuador, Quito. A. K. M'Clung,

Miss. 1849 Bolivia, Chuquisaca.

2. LIST OF CONSULS AND COMMERCIAL AGENTS OF THE UNITED STATES IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES, AND THE PLACES OF THEIR RESIDENCE.

(Corrected in the Department of State, August 21st, 1850.)

LThose marked thus (*) are Commercial Agents.
ARGENTINE REPUBLIC, OR BUENOS

BRAZIL.
AYRES.

Para.
Joseph Graham, Buenos Ayres. James W. Gordon, Pernambuco.
Jefferson Adams,
Rio Negro. Edward Kent,

Rio Janeiro. AUSTRIA.

St. Catherine's Isl. Vienna. Thos. McGuire,

Rio Grande. H. D. Maxwell, Trieste. Thos. Turner,

Bahia.
Edm. Flagg,
Venice.

CENTRAL AMERICA.
BADEN.

Steph. H. Weems, Guatemala. John Reichard, Manheim.

A. Follin,

S Omoa and Trus

illo (Hond.) BARBARY STATES.

St. Juan de NiGeorge N. Brown, Tangier,Mor'co. J. W. Livingston,

caragua. Samuel D. Heap, Tunis, Tunis.

Chris. Hempstead, Belize (Hond). George A. Porter, Tripoli, Tripoli.

CHILI.
BAVARIA.
Chas. Obermeyer,

Zab. W. Potter,
Augsburg

Valparaiso.

Talcahuano.

William Crosby,
Philip Geisse, Nuremberg.

Sam'. P. Haviland, Coquimbo.
BELGIUM.

CHINA.
Wm. H. Vesey, Antwerp Paul S. Forbes, Canton.

* 1,000 additional, for performing judicial duties.

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Israel D. Andrews, { Canada & St.

Ch. W. Bradley, Amoy.

Cowes. Dwight Webb, Fouchou.

Albert Davy,

Leeds.
J. N. A. Griswold,
Shang Hai.

Scotland.
Robt. P. Desilver, Macao. Robert Grieve, Leith.
Fred. T. Bush, Hong Kong. James McDowell, Dundee.
DENMARK.

James Cowdin, Glasgow.
Charles F. Ryan, Copenhagen.

Ireland.
H. T. A. Rainals, Elsineur. Hugh Keenan, Dublin.
Danish West India Islands.

James McDowell, Belfast.
David Rogers,

Santa Cruz.

Rob. L. Loughead, Londonderry. *Wm. R. Morris, St. Thomas.

Alfred Mitchell, Cork,
ECUADOR.

Thos. M. Peisse, Galway.
M. P. Game, Guayaquil In and near Europe and Africa.

EGYPT, Pachalic of. Horatio I. Sprague, Gibraltar. Danl. S. M'Cauley,

Island of Malta. Consul-Gen’I, Wm. Winthrop,

Alexandria. Wm. Carrol, Isle of France. *William Lindguist, Suez. Isaac Chase, Cape-Town, C. G. H. FRANCE.

* John W. Carrol, Isl. of St. Helena. Robert Walsh, Paris.

North America.
Lorenzo Draper,
Havre.

, B. Frederick Kahl, Bourdeaux.

T. B. Livingston,

Halifax, N. S. John L. Hodge,

Marseilles.

B. H. Norton, M. Hollander,

Pictou, N. S. Sedan.

West Indies. James Heudebert, Lyons.

Wm. T. Tucker,

Bermuda.
Hypolite Roques, Nantes.
F. M. Auboyneau,

La Rochelle.

Julius C. Katschman, Nassau, Baha. I.

Benj. E. Smith, Turk's Island. Auguste Furtado, Bayonne.

Rob. M. Harrison, Kingston, Jam. West Indies.

*Wm. T. Thurston, St.Christopher's. ,

". Gab. G. Fleurot, St.Pierre, Martin. Wm. R. Hayes, Barbadoes.

Isl. of Trinidad. South America. - French Guiana. Edw. B. Marache,

South America.
Cayenne.
Africa.

Charles Benjamin, Demarara, B.G. Henri Stuckle,

Algiers. * William H. Smiley, Falkland Isles,
GREAT BRITAIN.

Central America.
England.

Chris. Hempstead, Balize, Brit. Hond. Thos. Aspinwall, London.

Australia. Thomas L.Crittenden, Liverpool.

Jas. H. Williams, Sydney.
Francis B. Ogden,

Bristol. E. Hathaway, Jr., Hobart Town.
Manchester.

East Indies.
Robert W. Fox, Falmouth. Joseph Balestier, Singapore.
Thos. Were Fox, Plymouth.

Bombay. † Portuguese Colony.

1 English Colony. $ Exæquatur refused to Consul at Bombay by British government.

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