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1 Chief Justice WAITE died at Washington, March 23, 1888. 2 Mr. Justice LAMAR was commissioned January 16, 1888, to succeed Mr. Justice Woods, who died May 14, 1887.
ALLOTMENT OF THE JUSTICES
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.
APRIL 3, 1882.
FIRST CIRCUIT. Comprising Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. JUSTICE HORACE GRAY, of Massachusetts. Appointed December 20, 1881,
, by President Arthur.
SECOND CIRCUIT. Comprising New York, Vermont, and Connecticut. JUSTICE SAMUEL BLATCHFORD, of New York. Appointed March 21, 1882, by President Arthur.
THIRD CIRCUIT. Comprising Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. JUSTICE J. P. BRADLEY, of New Jersey. Appointed March 21, 1870, by President Grant.
FOURTH CIRCUIT. Comprising Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, and
South Carolina. CHIEF JUSTICE M. R. WAITE, of Ohio. Appointed January 21, 1874, by President Grant.
FIFTH CIRCUIT. Comprising Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas. JUSTICE WILLIAM B. WOODS, of Georgia. Appointed December 21, 1880, by President Hayes.
SIXTH CIRCUIT. Comprising Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, and Tennessee. JUSTICE STANLEY MATTHEWS, of Ohio. Appointed May 12, 1881, by
Comprising Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin. JUSTICE J. M. HARLAN, of Kentucky. Appointed November 29, 1877, by President Hayes.
EIGHTH CIRCUIT. Comprising Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, Nebraska, and
Colorado. JUSTICE S. F. MILLER, of Iowa. Appointed July 16, 1862, by President Lincoln,
NINTH CIRCUIT. Comprising California, Oregon, and Nevada. JUSTICE S. J. FIELD, of California. Appointed March 10, 1863, by President Lincoln.