The Boston Almanac for the Year ..., Issue 30 (Google eBook)

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S.N. Dickinson, 1871 - Almanacs, American
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Page 55 - States are divided into the seven following judicial circuits, in each of which a Circuit Court is held twice every year, for each State, within the circuit, by a Justice of the Supreme Court, assigned to the circuit, and by the District Judge of the State or District, in which the Court sits.
Page 55 - ... heads of which constitute the cabinet. These are the Interior ; Justice and Public Worship ; Public Instruction ; Public Works ; Commerce and Agriculture; Finances; Foreign Affairs ; War ; Marine and Colonies. In the United States of North America, the following officers of the executive government form the Cabinet, and hold their offices at the will of the President : Secretary of State ; Secretary of the Treasury ; Secretary of War ; Secretary of the Navy ; the Postmaster-General. CACHET, LETTRES...
Page 57 - Councillors, [forty Senators, and a House of Representatives of 240 members. The annual popular election occurs on the day following the first Monday of November. The plurality system prevails at all elections of civil officers by the people. STATE GOVERXMEKT, State Officers.
Page 55 - December, and such adjourned or special terms as may be necessary for the despatch of business. There are now nine Judicial Circuits, in each of which a Circuit Court is held twice every year, for every State within the Circuit, by the Circuit...
Page 38 - In this year there will be four Eclipses, two of the Sun, and two of the Moon.
Page 71 - Courts are usually holden each Friday, and on other days at the discretion of the Judge. SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT.
Page 55 - System is intended to promote public convenience and to secure safety in the transfer through tho mails of small sums of money. The principal means employed to attain safety consists in leaving out of the order the name of the payee or person for whom the money is intended. In this respect a money-order differs from an ordinary bank draft or check. An advice or notification, containing full particulars of the order, is transmitted without delay by the issuing postmaster to the postmaster at the office...

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