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TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 34. 1837. 177 of Alabama, the eastern district of Louisiana, the district of Mississippi, and the district of Arkansas, shall form and be called the ninth circuit. mh circuit. Sm:. 2. And be it further enacted, That the sessions of said circuit p;,,,;,,,,;,, courts shall be held twice in each year in the following districts, to wif: which said commencing in the eastern district of Louisiana, at New Orleans, on §°‘f5'” "¥h°“ b' the third Monday of May and on the third Monday of November, y:,,,.m:;,,¤,,,d annually; in the district of Mississippi, at Jackson, on the first Monday qlncés of sesof May and on the first Monday of November, annually; in the southern °‘°“· district of Alabama, at Mobile, on the second Monday of April and the second Monday of October, annually; in the western district of Pennsylvania, at Pittsburg, on the third Mondays of May and November, annually; in the district of Delaware, at Newcastle on the Tuesday next following the fourth Monday of May, and at Dover cm the Tucs— day next following the third Monday of October, annually; and in the district of Maryland, at Baltimore, on the first Monday of April and the iirst Monday of October, annually; in the northern district of New York, at Albany, on the second Tuesday of June and the third Tuesday of October, annually; and there shall be holden a term of said circuit courts, annually, ut Lewisburg, in the western district of Virginia, And dish commencing on the first Monday of August; at Huntsville, in the in Whigrh ¤¤¤¤ northern district of Alabama, commencing on the first Monday of “¥!;;;‘;‘;.‘;:'fa J unc; (a) at St. Louis, in the district of Missouri, commencing on the sign ` first Monday of April; and at Little Rock, in the district of Arkansas, on the fourth Monday of March; and that no process, rccognizancc, or bail bond, returnable to the next term of either of said courts, shall be avoided or impaired, or affected by this change, as to the commencement of said term; but that all process, bail bonds, and rccognizanccs Proccss,rocogreturnable to the next term of either of said courts, shall be returnable ¤i¤¤¤<=¢· &·¢·» and returned to the court next held, according to this act, in the same Q'? manner as if so made returnable on the face thereof, and shall have full said coun:. effect accordingly; and that all continuanccs in either of said courts shall be from the last term to the court appointed by this act, and the day herein appointed for the commencement of the next session thereof: Provided, That nothing herein contained shall prevent the judge of the Pmviuc. northern district of New York from holding the courts at Utica, not the judge of the western district of Pennsylvania from holding the courts at Williamsport, at the same time and with the same power and jurisdiction as heretofore. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That so much of any act or acts Sq mug}; of of Congress as vests in the district courts of the United States for the my Mt 01* Mts districts of Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, the eastern district ;;:;:°:n3h%&S_ of Louisiana, the district of Mississippi, the northern district of New diction gfégycuig York, the western district of Virginia, and the western district of Penn- ¤9¤r§¤i¤¤ér¤¤i¤ sylvania, and the districts of Alabama, or either of them, the power and jurisdiction of circuit courts, bc, and the same is hereby, repealed; mm ggugggtg bg and there shall hereafter be circuit courts held for said districts by the b¤lgé8&·¢· 46 chief or associate justices of the Supreme Court, assigned or allotted I '°h' ' to the circuit to which such districts may respectively belong, and the district judges of such districts severally and respectively; either of whom shall constitute a quorum; which circuit courts, and the judge thereof, shall have like powers and exercise like jurisdiction as other circuit courts and the judges thereof; and the said district courts, gud the judges thereof, shall have like powers and exercise like gunsdncqon as the district courts, and the judges thereof, in the other circuits. From all judgments and decrees, rendered in the district courts of the Judgments United States for the western district of Louisiana, wnts of error and &,(,_,.,,,d°,€é;, appeals shall lic to the circuit court in the other district in said State, disuict courts (ez) Act of March 3, 1839, chap. Sl ; act of March 4, 1844, chap. 4; act of April 12, 1844, chap. 12; uct of March 1, 1845, chap. 39. Vox.. V.—23