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TABLE NO. Ⅱ.


COMPRISING


THE ACTS OF CONGRESS


FROM 1789 T0 1845, INCLUSIVE,


RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY.




FIRST CONGRESS.—1789.
   
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Statute.—Establishment of the Judicial Courts of the United States. An act to establish the judicial courts of the United States. Sept. 24, 1789.
Vol. Ⅰ. 73
Regulation of Process in the Courts of the United States. An act to regulate processes in the courts of the United States. Sept. 29, 1789
Vol. Ⅰ. 93


1790.
Statute.—Laws of the United States, giving effect to, in North Carolina. An act for giving effect to the several acts therein mentioned in respect to the State of North Carolina, and other purposes. Feb. 8, 1790.
Vol. Ⅰ. 99
Authentication of the Acts and Judicial Proceedings of the States. An act to prescribe the mode in which the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings in each State, shall be authenticated so as to take effect in any other State. May 26, 1790.
Vol. Ⅰ. 122
Process in the Courts of the United States. An act to continue in force an act passed at the last session of Congress, entitled “An act to regulate processes in the courts of the United States.” (Expired.) May 26, 1790.
Vol. Ⅰ. 123
Courts of the United States in North Carolina. An act for giving effect to an act entitled “An act to establish the judicial courts of the United States” within the State of North Carolina. June 4, 1790.
Vol. Ⅰ. 126
Judicial Courts of the United States in Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. An act for giving effect to an act entitled “An act to establish the judicial courts of the United States” within the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. (Obsolete.) June 23, 1790.
Vol. Ⅰ. 128
Circuit Courts in South Carolina and Georgia, and District Court of Pennsylvania. An act to alter the times for holding the Circuit Courts of the United States in the districts of South Carolina and Georgia, and providing that the District Court of Pennsylvania shall in future be held in the city of Philadelphia only. (Obsolete.) Aug. 11, 1790.
Vol. Ⅰ. 184


1791.
Statute.—Process in the Courts of the United States. An act to continue in force for a limited time an act passed at the first session of Congress, entitled “An act to regulate processes in the courts of the United States. (Repealed and supplied.) Feb. 18, 1791.
Vol. Ⅰ. 191
Laws of the United States extended to Vermont. An act giving effect to the laws of the United States within the State of Vermont. March 2, 1791.
Vol. Ⅰ. 197
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