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IN LAW AND EQUITY, ARGUED AND
DETERMINED IN THE
SUPREME COURT OF GEORGIA,
Parts of February and September
BY JACKSON & LUMPKIN, REPORTERS.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1882, by
JACKSON & LUMPKIN, In the Office of the Librarian of Congr's, at Washington.
SUPREME COURT OF GEORGIA
DURING THE PERIOD OF THESE REPORTS. HCN. HIRAM WARNER, Chief Justice,
Greenville. HON. JAMES JACKSON, Chief Justice,
Macon. HON. JAMES JACKSON, Associate Justice, HON. MARTIN J. CRAWFORD), Asssociate Justice, . Columbus. HON. WILLIS A. HAWKINS,*
Americus. HON. ALEXANDER M. SPEER, Associate Justice, Griffin. HENRY JACKSON, Reporter,
Atlanta.. J. H. LUMPKIN, Assistant Reporter, Z. D. HARRISON, Clerk,
JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURTS.
RESIDENCE. ALBANY, .
Hon. GILBERT J. WRIGHT, . Albany. ATLANTA,
HON. GEORGE HILLYER, Atlanta. AUGUSTA,
HON. CLAIBORNE SNEAD, Augusta BLUE RIDGE, . HON. GEORGE N. LESTER, Marietta. BRUNSWICK, HON. MARTIN L. MERSHON,. Brunswick. CHATTAHOOCHEE,HON. JAMES L. WIMBERLY, Lumpkin. CHEROKEE,
Hon. CICERO D. MCCUTCHEN, Dalton.
HON. HUGH BUCHANAN, .. Newnan.
HON. WILLIAM B. FLEMING,. Savannah. FLINT,
HON. ALEXANDER M. SPEER, Griffin.
HON. JOHN D. STEWART,| Griffin. MACON,
Hon. THOMAS J. SIMMONS,. . Macon. MIDDLE,
Hon. HERSCHEL V. JOHNSON, Bartow.
Hon. R. W. CARSWELL, S Louisville. NORTHERN,. HON, EDWARD H. POTTLE, Warrenton. OCMULGEE,
HON. THOMAS G. LAWSON, Eatonton. OCONEE, HON. A. C. PATE,.
Hawkinsville. PATAULA, .
HON. ARTHUR HOOD, . . Cuthbert. ROME,.
Hon. JNO. W. H. UNDERWOOD, Rome. SOUTHERN,. HON. AUGUSTUS HANSELL, Thomasville. SOUTHWESTERN, HON. CHARLES F. CRISP, . Americus, WESTERN,... HON. ALEXANDER S. ERWIN, Athens.
JUDGES OF THE CITY COURTS.
RESIDENCE. ATLANTA,. .. HON. RICHARD H. CLARK,. Atlanta. CLARK COUNTY HON. HOWELL COBB,
Athens. SAVANNAH,. . . . . Hon. WILLIAM D. HARDEN, . Savannah.
HiChief Justice Warner having resigned, Justice Jackson was appointed by the Governor to succeed him. Hon Willis A. Hawkins was appointed to succeed Justice Jackson. At the election by the General Assembly in lovember, 1880, to fill these unexpired terms, together with that of Justice Bleckley, to
seat Justic Crawford had been appointed, Chief Justice Jackson was re-elected, and Justice Crawford and Hon. A. M. Speer were elected Associate Justices. Justice Hawkins was not a candidate.
Judge Buchanan having resigned, Hon. F. M. Longley was appointed to succeed him. He qualified Nov. 19, 1880.
Judge Speer having been elected to the supreme bench, Hon. Jno, D. Stewart