Minutes of the U.S. Circuit Court for the District of Georgia, 1790-1842 : and index to plaintiffs and defendants in the circuit court, 1790-1860

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
East Point, Georgia : Microfilmed by Federal Archives & Records Center, 1981
3 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.


Microfilm copy of original records housed in the Federal Archives and Records Center, Atlanta, Georgia.

Taken from microfilm publication M1184.

Includes index.

"The minutes reproduced in this microfilm publication are a record of the activities of the U. S. Circuit Court for the District of Georgia, 1790-1842, showing dates of sessions, names of presiding judges, and, usually judgments and orders of the court arising out of the litigation of all cases before it, original and appellate, civil and criminal. The minutes also record some naturalization proceedings, the admission of attorneys to practice before the court, names of persons summoned to serve as grand and petit jurors, fines imposed upon defaulting jurors, findings and verdicts of juries, settlement of cases by agreement, adoption of procedural rules and administrative regulations, and the appointment of court officials."

NARA series M1184



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