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TERMS OF THE NEW JUDICIARY.
The following shows the classification of the Judges of the Court of Ap. peals and the Justices of the Supreme Court under the new Constitution, as drawn June 22, 1847, pursuant to law :
COURT OF APPEALS.
6 Addison Gardiner,
6 Samuel L. Selden,
6 Richard P. Marvin,
8 The first Court of Appeals under the new Constitution, will therefore consist of Judges Bronson, Ruggles, Gardiner and Jewett, and Justices Jones, Wright, Charles Gray and Johnson. These last, by the constitutional system of rotation, will give place, after one year's service, to Justi. ces Strong, Cady, Shankland and Hoyt-and so on-each Supreme Court Justice serving one year on the bench of the Court of Appeals.
OFFICERS OF THE STATE OF NEW.YORK.
TERMS OF OFFICE, &c.
The Assembly consists of one hundred and twenty-eight members, elected by the people annually.
The Senate and Assembly each elect their own officers, except the Lieutenant Governor, who acts as President of the Senate.- See new Constitution, Art. III, Sec. 2.
The Court of Appeals, consists of eight Judges, of whom four are elected by the people, for eight years, and tour are selected from the Justices of the Supreme Court.
Supreme Court.- The State is divided into eight judicial districts, of which the city of New-York is one. In each district there are four Justices of the Supreme Court, elected by the people, for eight years, so classified that one of the Justices of each district shall go out of office ai the end of every two years.--See new l'onstitution, Art. VI, Secs. I, 2 and 3.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. The Governor and Lieutenant Governor, aie elected by the people for a term of two years.-See new Constitution, Art. IV.
The Secretary of State, Comptroller, Treasurer, and Attorney General, are elected by the people for a term of two years.
The State Engineer and Surveyor, is elected by the people for a term of two years.
Three Canal Commissioners are first elected by the people for one, two, and three years ; after elections to be for three years
Three Inspectors of State Prisons are elected in like manner as above.--See new Consti. tution, Art. V, Secs. 1, 2, 3, and 4.
Second Senate District-Joshua B. Smith, Robert Denniston, Saxton
Third Senate District-Stephen C. Johnson, John P. Beekman, Wm. H. Van Schoonhoven, Ira Harris.
Fourth Senate District-Orville Clark, Augustus C. Hand, Samuel Young. Thomas Cook.
Fifth Senate District-Thomas Barlow, Enoch B. Talcott, Joshua A. Spencer, Nelson J. Beach.
Siath Senate District-Clark Burnham, George D. Beers, Thomas J. Wheeler, Samuel H. P. Hall.
Seventh Senate District, Albert Lester, Henry J. Sedgwick, Richard H. Williams, Abraham Gridley.
Eighth Senate District--Frederic F. Backus, Carlos Emmons, Gideon
Isaac R. Elwood, Clerk of the Senate ; salary, $1.200.
MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY,
Elected in Norember, 1846. Albany-Valentine Treadwell, Robert D. Watson, John I. Gallup, Joha Fuller. Allegany-Grover Leavens, Samuel Russell. Broome-Oliver C. Crocker. Cattaraugus-Rufus Crowley, Joseph E. Weeden. Cayuga-John T. Rathbun, Samuel Bell, William I. Cornwell. Chautauque-Madison Burnell, Charles J. Orton. Chemung-William Maxwell. Chenango-Ransom Balcom, David McWhorter. Clinton-Rufus Heaton. Columbia—John S. Gould, William M. Miller. Cortland-Timothy Green. Delaware-Jonathan C. Allaben, Donald Shaw. Dutchess-Epenetus Crosby, Ares I. Vanderbilt, Walter Sherman.
Erie-Horatio Shumway, Obadiah J. Green, William H. Pratt, John D. Howe.
Essex-Williamı II. Butrick.
New-York-Wilson Small, Alexander Stewart, David J. Chatfield, Daniel E. Sickles, John H. Bowie, John E. Develin, Norman B. Smith, Henry Key. ser, Charles Baxter, Michael Walsh, Lyman Candee, James C. Rutherford. Alexander M. Alling, Dennis Garrison, Edward R. Carpentier, Uzziah Wenman.
Niagara-Benjamin Carpenter, Christopher H. Skeele.
Onondaga--Manoah Pratt, William Henderson, John Lakin, Joseph Prindle.
Ontario-Emery B. Pottle, Ezra Pierce.