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CITY OF NEW YORK, BARVAR
JOSEPH S. BOSWORTH,
CHIEF-JUSTICE OF THE COURT,
W. C. LITTLE AND COMPANY,
LAW BOOKSELLERS, 515 BROADWAY.
Entered according to Aot of Congress, in the year eighteen hundred and fifty-nine, BY WEARE C. LITTLE,
in the Clerk's office of the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of New-York.
* Died May 11th, 1857. His term of office expired the 31st of December, 1857. + Appointed CHIEF JUSTICE, May 16th, 1857. Died on the 8th of August, 1858. His term of office will expire on the 31st of December, 1859.
Re-elected in November, 1857, for the full term of six years, commencing January 1st, 1858. Appointed CHIEF JUSTICE, on the 31st of August, 1858.
§ Elected in November, 1857, for the full term of six years, commencing January
Elected in November, 1858, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of CHIEF JUSTICE DUER, and for the residue of his term then unexpired. After the result of the election was ascertained, he was appointed by the Governor, to fill the vacancy, and entered on his duties the last of November, 1858.
THE Sixth Volume of Duer's Reports, which was issued in October, 1858, brought down the decisions made at General Term, in Calendar Cases, to April, 1857. The present volume reports the decisions, in that class of cases, made prior to November term, 1857, with the exception of two or three, which will be reported in the next volume.
It is anticipated that another volume will be published within the next six months, and that such assistance has been secured as will make it practicable, after the lapse of a brief period, to issue the Reports, shortly after the decisions are rendered.
NEW YORK, Feb., 1859.