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Entered, according to act of Congress, in the year eighteen hundred and seventy-four,
BY JOHN D. PARSONS, JR.,
WEED, PARSONS AND COMPANY,
PRINTERS AND STEREOTYPERS,
ALBANI, N. Y.
The Court of Appeals has passed upon cases heretofore published in these reports as follows:
Adriance v. Lagrave, vol. IV, p. 215: Order of General Term reversed and that of Special Term affirmed.
Andreus v. Raymond, vol. II, p. 661 : Judgment affirmed.
Bogne v. Nercomb, vol. I, p. 251: Judgment affirmed.
Brown v. Brown, vol. III, p. 477: Order of General Term reversed and case remitted for hearing upon the merits.
Carpenter v. O'Dougherty, vol. II, p. 427 : Affirmed.
Dutcher v. Importers' and Traders' Bank, vol. I, p. 400: Judgment reversed and new trial ordered.
Genet, Matter of, vol. III, p. 734: Order affirmed.
Gurney v. Atlantic & Great Western Railway Co., vol. II, p. 446: Order
People est rel. Bank of Montreal v. Commissioners of Taxes, etc., vol. I, p. 630 : Judgment of General Term and Special Term reversed and assessment vacated.
People ex rel. Pacific Mail Stedmship Co. v. Commissioners of Taxes, etc., vol.
People ex rel. Grissler v. Stuyvesant, vol. III, p. 179: Judgment affirmed.
Salter v. Utica & Black River R. R. Co., vol. III, p. 800: Judgment reversed and new trial grauted.
Slattery v. People, vol. III, p. 669: Judgment affirmed.
White v. Coulter, vol. III, p. 608: Order reversed as to Amelia A. Coulter, and judgment and all subsequent proceedings as to her set aside, and order affirmed as to James E. Coulter.
Willis v. Weaver, vol. III, p. 757: Order granting new trial reversed, and judgment for plaintiff ou verdict affirmed.
JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT.
First District: NOAH DAVIS,
GEORGE C. BARRETT, JOHN R. BRADY,
ABRAHAM R. LAWRENCE, CHARLES DONOHUE.
SECOND DISTRICT :
THIRD District: THEODORE MILLER,
WILLIAM L. LEARNED, CHARLES R. INGALLS, THEODORIC R. WESTBROOK.
FOURTH DISTRICT :
GEORGE A. HARDIN,
SEVENTH District : E. DARWIN SMITH,
JAMES C. SMITH, CHARLES C. DWIGHT,
JOHN L. TALCOTT,
* Died May 21, 1874.
JUSTICES OF THE GENERAL TERM.
JOHN R. BRADY.
JOHN L. TALCOTT.
E. DARWIN SMITH.