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338 TWENTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. Sl. 1839, annually as heretofore established; and that all writs, pleas, suits, recognizances, indictments, and all other proceedings, civil and criminal, shall be heard, tried, and proceeded with by the said court, at the times herein fixed, in the same manner as if no change in the times of holding the said court had taken place. Circuit court Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That the circuit court of the United §Z't$';;“h,?';}°w States for the southern district of New York, shall hereafter be held rm Ylbflc. 0 the last Monday in November instead of the last Monday in October, the time heretofore established by law; that all indictments, informations, suits or actions, and proceedings of every kind, whether of a civil or criminal nature, depending in the said court, on the first day of October next, shall thereafter have day in court, and be proceeded in, heard, tried, and determined, at the time herein appointed for holding the said court, in the same manner as they might and ought to have been done had the said court been holden at the time heretofore directed by law. W,-ns, suits, Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That all writs, suits, actions or &·c- returnable recognizances, or other proceedings which are or shall be, instituted,

  • °· &‘°· served, commenced, or taken to the said Circuit Court to have been

holden as heretofore directed by law, shall be returnable to, entered in, heard, tried, and have day in court, to be holden at the time by this act directed, in the same manner as might and ought to have been done had the said court been holden at the time heretofore directed by law. (31,,,-k djgtyjct Sec. 8. And be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of the ¤¤¤r¤_¤¤" South- clerk of the district court of the southern district of New York, within g’;,£:’;;n§‘c§_ six months after the passage of this act, to transmit a certified copy of rifigd gqpy ,,5 the dockets of all judgments rendered in that court, or in the circuit d3¤k¤¢¤» &·<=· court of the United States for that district, since the fourth day of March, I 4’O’°h'43’ i4' eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, to the clerk of the supreme court of said state, in the city of New York; and on the tenth and twenty-fifth days of each month thereafter, to transmit a like certificate of all dockets of judgments as may have been rendered in either of said courts since the last certificate was transmitted. (jlgyk N0"},. Sec. 9. And be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of the ¤f¤ dm- N- Y- clerk of the northern district of said State within six months after the

 gzfj passage of this act to transmit a certified copy of all judgments rendered

'and docketed in that court, either as a district court, or as a circuit court, and of all judgments in the circuit court of the United States for that district, docketed since the fourth day of March, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine,to the clerk of the supreme court of said State at Utica; and on the tenth and twenty-fifth days of each month thereafter, to transmit a like certificate of all such dockets of judgments as may have been rendered in either of said courts since the last certificate was transmitted. Judgments. Sec. 10. And be it further enacted, That every judgment which shall l84°¤ °h· ’13¤M· have been rendered either in the district or circuit courts aforesaid, previous to the passage of this act, shall, as against subsequent purchasers or incuxnbrances, cease to be a lien upon the real estate or chattels real of the person or persons against whom such judgments may have been rendered respectively, at the expiration of five years from the passage of this act; and every judgment to be hereafter rendered in either of said courts, shall, as against subsequent purchasers or incumbrances, cease to be a lien upon the real estate or chattels real of any person or persons against whom such judgment shall be rendered at the expiration of ten years, from and after the day of docketing such judgments respectively. Approved, March 3, 1839.