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... An act to alter the times for holding the Circuit Courts of the Unite States in the Districts of South-Carolina and Georgia, and providing that the District Court of Pennsylvania shall in future be held at the City of Philadelphia only. [New

In the Supreme court of the United States. February sessions, 1816. J. & E. Frink, Plaintiffs in error, vs. The United States. No. 60. Writ of error to the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Connecticut. Statement on the part

Supreme court of the United States. Susan Decatur, Appellant vs J. K. Paulding, Secretary of the Navy. This is an appeal from the refusal of the Circuit court of the District of Columbia for the county of Washington, to issue a Mandamus to the A

Administrator's sale!! By virtue of a decree from the Circuit Court of Jersey county, and State of Illinois ... I shall offer at public sale, on the premises, on Wednesday, Dec. 1, ... the following real estate, of which Aaron Hamilton ... died

Map showing the telegraph lines in operation, under contract, and contemplated, to complete the circuit of the globe /

Jacob Stein to Clerk of U. S. Circuit Court, Monday, January 09, 1860

The circuit preacher / drawn by A.R. Waud.

Swearing in of U.S. Deputy Marshals and Supervisors of Registry and Election, by Commissioner Davenport, Circuit Court, Chambers Street, Friday, October 28, 1870 / Bofhs(?).

Map showing the telegraph lines in operation, under contract, and contemplated, to complete the circuit of the globe /

Raleigh, N. C., Sept. 30, 1871. Hon. H. L. Bond. Judge United States circuit court. Sir: We have the honor in the interest of the peace of the people to North Carolina to address you this note. The fact that a secret, unlawful organization, call

Fraudulent voters of the presidential election in custody at the United States Circuit Court, New York

Trotters on the grand circuit: warming up

Trotting horse Darby, by Delmonico: champion of the grand circuit of 1879

The Union camp meeting! at Irving Park! Annapolis Junction, on the line of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad, centrally located for Baltimore, Washington, Annapolis, Patapsco circuit and intermediate points will commence Saturday Aug. 8 and close on

Judge of the United States Circuit Court, Northern District of Illinois [Hon. Peter S. Grosscup, head and shoulders, (8)]

[Aviator Nick Mamer in Blériot plane, at end of "Circuit de l'Est"]

Conowingo Hydroelectric Plant. Tops of circuit breakers, connections with line on superstructure

"Safety first" is the motto of Miss Mary Jayne of Keith's circuit

[Houdini, "the genius of escape," on the Orpheum Circuit]

The United States Circuit Court judges who are here for their annual conference, accompanied by Chief Justice William H. Taft, today called on President Coolidge at the White House

Direct Radio Telegraphic communication between the United States and Spain was officially opened at the offices of the R.C.A. Communications in Washington this morning. Mariano de Amoedo, charge d'affaires of the Spanish Embassy is shown pressing the telegraphic key opening the service. The King of Spain and the Prime Minister were at the other end of the circuit. In the group, on the left is F.P. Guthrie of the Radio Corporation and on the right, David A. Salmon, Chief of the Bureau of Indexes and Archives, Dept. of State

Circuit breaker in store building. Close-up of circuit breaker I

TVA's defender. Lawrence Fly, legal light of the New Deal, photographed in Washington when he returned from his victory in New Orleans circuit court fight with opponents of the TVA. 8/14/35

U.S. Courthouse and Post Office, 9th and Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Courthouse, Circuit Court of Appeals, side wall

U.S. Courthouse and Post Office, 9th and Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Courthouse, Circuit Court of Appeals, general view

U.S. Courthouse and Post Office, 9th and Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Courthouse, Circuit Court of Appeals, bench and great seal

Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). Watts Bar Dam hydroelectric plant. Switchyard at TVA's hydroelectric plant at Watts Bar Dam on the Tennessee River. On the right is line of 161 kilowatt, 1200 ampere oil circuit breakers. Located 530 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 90,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 150,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 370,000 acre feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Tennessee Valley Authority. Watts Bar Dam hydroelectric plant. Some of the 1,200 ampere oil circuit breakers in the switchyard of TVA's hydroelectric plant at Watts Bar Dam on the Tennessee River. Located 530 miles above the mouth of the Tennessee River, the dam has an authorized power installation of 90,000 kilowatts, which can be increased to a possible ultimate of 150,000 kilowatts. The reservoir at the dam adds 370,000 acre feet of water to controlled storage on the Tennessee River system

Car pooling at Lockheed Vega. Outside the plant gate, they wait for busses like this one. Eighty-four busses of this type have been placed in service in about six weeks, and more are being added continually. Busses will make the circuit of all the gates, stopping a few minutes at each, then making a straight run to the railhead

Washington, D.C. Doris and Dorothy Bell send and receive telegrams from the Baltimore circuit at the Western Union telegraph office

Dominion Alkali & Chemical Co., Ltd., Beaunhois [i.e. Beauharnois], Canada. Circuit breaker

Chief Justice Hughes returns home. Washington, D.C., Sept. 21. Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes returned hurriedly to Washington today from a three month vacation in New Hampshire and Quebec. His first task [will] be presiding over the participating in the annual [...] of senior circuit court Judges, it is rumored that [...] might confer with Associate Justices on whether [...] tribunal should take any steps to bar Justice[...] taking his seat on the high bench. He is shown [...] at his Washington residence on "R" St., 9/21/37

Taft & Federal Circuit Judges, 9/27/23

Government experts discover "perpetual" electrical current. Washington, D.C., March 10. Dr. F.B. Silsbee (left) and Dr. F.G. Brickwedge, of the Bureau of Standards, have just concluded experiments which have proved that an electric current, cut off from its original source, will flow eternally round and round a coiled tin wire circuit when the wire is subjected to 450-degree-below-zero temperature. The tests were made in a new effort to understand what electricity really is, 3/10/38

Questioned by senate Judiciary subcommittee. Washington, D.C., Dec. 4. Prof. Henry W. Edgerton, (right) recently nominated by President Roosevelt for the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, as he appeared at the Capitol for questioning by the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee in regard to whether he opposed the rights of courts to declare acts of Congress invalid. He stated that as a judge, he would not hesitate to declare a law unconstitutional if he believed it to be. On the left is Senator Burke of Nebraska, who was responsible for having Edgerton appear before the committee, and Joseph Keenan, Special Assistant to the Attorney General. 12/4/37

U.S. Circuit Court Judges, 9/28/26

A charge delivered to the grand juries of the Circuit court, at October term, 1819, in Boston, and at November term, 1819, in Providence, and published at their unanimous request.

A charge delivered to the grand juries of the Circuit court, at October term, 1819, in Boston, and at November term, 1819, in Providence, and published at their unanimous request.

A charge delivered to the grand juries of the Circuit court, at October term, 1819, in Boston, and at November term, 1819, in Providence, and published at their unanimous request.

A charge delivered to the grand juries of the Circuit court, at October term, 1819, in Boston, and at November term, 1819, in Providence, and published at their unanimous request.

A charge delivered to the grand juries of the Circuit court, at October term, 1819, in Boston, and at November term, 1819, in Providence, and published at their unanimous request.

A charge delivered to the grand juries of the Circuit court, at October term, 1819, in Boston, and at November term, 1819, in Providence, and published at their unanimous request.

A charge delivered to the grand juries of the Circuit court, at October term, 1819, in Boston, and at November term, 1819, in Providence, and published at their unanimous request.

A charge delivered to the grand juries of the Circuit court, at October term, 1819, in Boston, and at November term, 1819, in Providence, and published at their unanimous request.

Announcement of Orpheum Circuit Houdini lecture about mediums, April 27, 1923

Announcement of Orpheum Circuit Houdini lecture about mediums, April 27, 1923

Announcement of Orpheum Circuit Houdini lecture about mediums, April 27, 1923

Announcement of Orpheum Circuit Houdini lecture about mediums, April 27, 1923

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /

The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 /