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In the county of Hancock, on the twenty-sixth day of June;

In the county of Putnam, on the twenty-eighth day of June;

In the county of Van Wert, on the thirtieth day of June;
In the county of Paulding, on the eighth day of July;
In the county of Defiance, on the second day of July;
In the county of Williams, on the fourth day of July;
In the county of Fulton, on the fifth day of July;
In the county of Henry, on the seventh day of July;
In the county of Lucas, on the eighth day of July;
In the county of Wood, on the eleventh day of July;
In the county of Ottawa, on the twelfth day of July;
In the county of Sandusky, on the fourteenth day of July;
In the county of Erie, on the sixteenth day of July;
In the county of Huron, on the nineteenth day of July;
In the county of Lorain, on the twenty-third day of July;
In the county of Cuyahoga, on the twenty-sixth day of July,
In the county of Geauga, on the thirtieth day of July;
In the county of Lake, on the thirty first day of July ;
In the county of Ashtabula, on the fourth day of August;
In the county of Trumbull, on the seventh day of August;

In the county of Mahoning, on the fourteenth day of August;

In the county of Portage, on the twentieth day of August;

In the county of Summit, on the twenty-second day of August;

In the county of Medina, on the twenty-seventh day of August;

In the county of Wayne, on the twenty-eighth day of August;

In the county of Ashland, on the fifth day of September; In the county of Richland, on the sixth day of September;

In the county of Morrow, on the eleventh day of September;

In the county of Knox, on the sixteenth day of September;

In the county of Licking, on the nineteenth day of September;

In the county of Coshocton, on the twenty-third day of September;

In the county of Holmes, on the twenty-fifth day of Sep: tember;

In the county of Tuscarawas, on the twenty-ninth day of September;

In the county of Stark, on the first day of October; In the county of Carroll, on the fourth day of October ; In the county of Columbiana, on the sixth day of October; In the county of Jefferson, on the eleventh day of October;

In the county of Harrison, on the fifteenth day of October ; In the county of Belmont, on the sixteenth day of October; In the county of Monroe, on the twentieth day of October;

In the county of Guernsey, on the twenty-second day of October;

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In the county of Muskingum, on the twenty-third day of October;

In the county of Morgan, on the twenty-seventh day of October ;

In the county of Washington, on the twenty-ninth day of October;

In the county of Meigs, on the thirty-first day of October;
In the county of Gallia, on the third day of November;
In the county of Lawrence, on the fifth day of November;
In the county of Scioto, on the seventh day of November;
In the county of Pike, on the tenth day of November;
In the county of Jackson, on the eleventh day of Novem-
In the county of Vinton, on the twelfth day of November;

In the county of Athens, on the thirteenth day of November;

In the county of Hocking, on the fifteenth day of NovemIn the county of Perry, on the seventeenth day of Novem

In the county of Fairfield, on the nineteenth day of No-vember;

In the county of Ross, on the twenty-second day of November ;

In the county of Pickaway, on the twenty-fifth day of November;

In the county of Franklin, on the twenty-seventh day of November;

And the Court in Bank, on the first day of December.

Sec. 2. Should any day named herein, for holding any. supreme court, fall upon Sunday, the said court shall come mence and be holden upon the next day.

JOHN F. MORSE,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.-

CHARLES C. CONVERS,
January 30, 1851.

Speaker of the Senates

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AN ACT*

Supplementary to the act fixing the times of holding the Supreme Court.",

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of : Ohio, That the Supreme Court shall be held in the county of Paulding on tbe first day of July; and so much of said act as is contrary to this act, is hereby repealed.

JOHN F. MORSE,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
CHARLES C. CONVERSE,

Speaker of the Senato.
March 19, 1851.

AN ACT

Preseribing the times of holding the Court of Common Pleas in the first Judicial

Circuit, for the year 1851. irst Judicial Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of cireuit.

Ohio, That the Court of Common Pleas in the first Judicial Circuit, for the year eighteen hundred and fifty-one, shall be held at the several times herein prescribed, namely: In the county of Miami, on the fifteenth day of April, on the twelfth day of August, and the fourth day of November. In the county of Darke, on the first day of April, the twenty-second day of July, and fifteenth day of October. In the county of Preble, on the third day of June, and the thirtieth day of September.

Sec. 2. That all laws or parts of laws inconsistent with this act, be, and the same are hereby repealed.

JOHN F. MORSE,
Spcaker of the House of Representativcs.
CHARLES C. CONVERS,

Speaker of the Scnale.
March 13, 1851.

AN ACT

Bupplementary to an act prescribing the times of holding Courts in the first

Judicial Circuit, for the year 1851.

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohin, That all process, writs, and orders issued, and returned or returnable to the March term of the Court of Common Pleas of Miami county, in the year 1851, shall be as legal and valid as though a regular ferm of said Court had been held, commencing on the 18th day of March, 1851, and all causes, plaints, actions, and proceedings, pending or for hearing at said March term, and all appearances of causcs, actions and proceedings to said March term, shall stand continued to, and be disposed of and proceeded in at the April term of said Court for the year 1851, together with all appearances to the said April term, and all causes, actions, plaints, and proceedings for hearing at said April term, as fully as the same might or could have been done, or could be at any regular term of said Court. And all process, writs and orders issued and returned to either of said terms, shall be disposed of and proceeded in at said April term, in all respects as though ihe same had been regularly inade returnable, and had been returned to said term.

JOHN F. MORSE,
Spcaker of the House of Representatives.
CHARLES C. CONVERS,

Speuker of the Senate.
March 21, 1851.

AY ACT

To amend the several acts fixing permanently the time of holding the Court of Coinmo. Pleas in the third judicial circuit, passed Jauuary 30ih, and March 23d, 1859.

Sec. 1. Be il cnacted by the General Assembly of the Slale of Third Judi. Ohio, That the second term of the court of common pleas cial Circuit. for the year one thousand e ght hundred and fifty-one, shall be held in the following counties in the third judicial circuit, as follow's: In the county of Summit, on the third Tuesday in June; in the county of Ashtabula, on the second Tuesday in July; and in the county of Trumbull, on the fourth Tuesday of July.

Sec. 2. That the third term of said court shall be held in the county of Mahoning, on the first Tuesday of November; in the county of Portage, on the third Tuesday of November; and in the county of Summit, on the second Tuesday of December.

Sec. 3. That all laws inconsistent with this act, be, and the same are hereby repealed,

JOHN F. MORSE,
Spcaker of the House of Representatives.
CHARLES C. CONVERS,

Spcuker of the Senate.
February 15, 1851.

AN ACT

Prescribing times of holding Courts of Common Plcas in the Fourth Judicial

Circuit.

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Slale of

Fourth Judi Ohio, That the Courts of Common Pleas in the fourth Judicial circuit. cial Circuit, shall hereafter be holden in the several counties therein, at the respective times in each year, hereinafter prescribed, to wit:

In the county of Perry, on the eighteenth day of March, on the seventeenth day of June, and on the sixteenth day of September.

In the county of Muskingum, on the first day of April, on the first day of July, and on the thirtieth day of September.

In the county of Licking, on the twenty-ninth day of April, on the twenty-ninth day of July, and on the twenty-eighth day of October.

Sec. 2. All laws and parts of laws inconsistent with tho provisions of this act, are hereby repealed.

JOHN F. MORSE,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
CHARLES C. CONVERS,

Spcaker of the Senate.
Jangary 2, 1851.

AN ACT

To fix the times for holding the Courts of Common Pleas in the sixth Judicial

Circuit.

Bisth Judicial Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of çirenit.

Ohio, That the Courts of Common Pleas in the sixth judicial circuit, shall be held for the year eighteen hundred and fifty" one, as follows:

Spring term: In the county of Pickaway, on the tenth day of March; in the county of Fairfield, on the twenty-fourth day of March; in the county of Ross, on the seventh day of April ; in the county of Hocking, on the fifth day of May.

Summer term: In the county of Fairfield, on the twentysixth day of May; in the county of Ross, on the sixteenth day of Jane; in the county of Hocking, on the seventh day of July; in the county of Pickaway, on the first day of September.

Fall term: In the county of Fairfield, on the twenty-ninth o day of September; in the county of Ross, on the twentieth day of October; in the county of Hocking, on the tenth day of November; in the county of Pickaway, on the twentyfourth day of November.

Sec. 2. If the courts in any county shall not have finished its business, before the time prescribed for holding the court in any other county of said circuit, the court may continue its term for the purpose of transacting probate and testamentary business, granting letters of guardianship, for the issuing and return of process, and for such other business as the parties concerned in the same, or their counsel, may agree shall be heard and determined.

Sec. 3. All acts and parts of acts which may be inconsistent with the provisions of this act, are hereby repealed.

JOHN F. MORSE,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
CHARLES C. CONVERS,

Speaker of the Senate.
January 23, 1851.

AN ACT

Toumerd the act fixing the times of holding the Courts of Common Pleas, in

the sixth Judicial Circuit, passed January 23d, 1851.

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the Spring term of the Court of Common Pleas, in Hocking county, shall commence on April twenty-first; the Spring term in the county of Ross, shall commence on April twenty-eighth; the Fall term in the county of Fair.

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