Judges of the Supreme Court,
During the Period of the Decisions Reported in this Reference, and the Dates of Their Commissions
- ABNER S. LIPSCOMB, Judge of 1st Circuitappointed Chief Justice on 18 December 1823, on the resignation of Judge CLAY.
- REUBEN SAFFOLD, Judge of the 2d Circuit.
- HENRY Y. WEBB, Judge of the 3d Circuitdied September, 1823.
- RICHARD ELLIS, Judge of the 4th Circuit.
- CLEMENT C. CLAY, Judge of the 5th Circuit, appointed Chief Justice at the first term of the Court in May, 1820resigned the office of Judge, December 18, 1823. All commenced 16 December 1819.
- ANDERSON CRENSHAW, elected Judge of the 6th Circuit on the establishment of the Circuit, 14 December 1821.
- HENRY MINOR, appointed by the Governor, Judge of the 3d Circuit, 25 September, 1823, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Judge WEBBelected Judge of the 5th Circuit, 19 December 1823.
- JOHN GAYLE, JR., elected Judge of the 3d Circuit, 16 December 1823.
At the new election on 27 December 1825, according to the 3d Section of the 5th Article of the Constitution, were elected and commissioned:
ABNER S. LIPSCOMB, Judge of the 1st Circuitappointed Chief Justice on the re-organization of the Court, 3 July 1826.
REUBEN SAFFOLD, Judge of the 2d Circuit.
JOHN GAYLE, JR., Judge of the 3d Circuit.
JOHN WHITE, Judge of the 4th Circuit.
JOHN M. TAYLOR, Judge of the 5th Circuit.
ANDERSON CRENSHAW, Judge of the 6th Circuit.
HENRY HITCHCOCK, from 16 December 1819 to 16 December 1823.
THOMAS WHITE, from 16 December 1823 to 23 December 1825.
CONSTANTINE PERKINS, elected 23 December 1825.