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Courts to be holden when

ganized.

$2. And be it further enacted, That after the organization as county is or- aforesaid, and appointing and commissioning the civil officers for said county, there shall be held in and for said county, a court of common pleas and general sessions of the peace, and that there shall be three terms of the said court of common pleas, and two terms of the said court of general sessions of the peace in said county, in every year; the terms of said court of common pleas to begin on the third Tuesday of February, and the fourth Tuesday of June and November in every year; and the terms of the said court of general sessions of the peace to begin on the fourth Tuesdays of June and November, in every year, and may continue to be held until the several Saturdays next following, inclusive; and that the said court shall have the like power and jurisdiction as the like courts in the other counties in the state have: Provided always, That nothing in this act contained shall be construed to affect any action or prosecution already commenced, before the holding of the first term of the said courts in the said county of Hamilton, so as to work a wrong or prejudice to any of the parties therein, or to affect any criminal or other proceedings on the part of the people of the state; but all such civil or criminal proceedings may be prosecuted to trial, judgment and execution, as if this act had not been passed.

Proviso.

Supervisors to fix the

ing courts.

$ 3. And be it further enacted, That the said court of common place of hold-pleas and general sessions of the peace, in and for said county, shall be held at the court-house, to be erected at such place in said county as shall hereafter be appointed by law; and that until then, the said courts, if any, shall be held at such place in the said county as the supervi sors thereof, or a majority of them, shall appoint, in writing under their hands, which appointment shall be filed with the clerk of said county, at least thirty days before the time of holding said court, and who shall, immediately thereafter, cause three copies thereof to be made, and put up at three of the most public places in said county.

Prisoners where to be confined.

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S4. And be it further enacted, That the prisoners of said county shall be confined in the jail of the county of Montgomery, until the jail to be erected in the manner herein before provided, in said county of Hamilton, shall be finished, in such manner as, in the opinion of the sheriff of said last mentioned county, for the time being, will confine the prisoners of the same; when it shall be lawful for said sheriff to remove and commit them to the jail of said county of Hamilton.'

DIGEST OF ACTS PASSED AT THE 52D SESSION, (1829,) DIVIDING
TOWNS OR AFFECTING THEIR BOUNDARIES; ARRANGED IN THE
ALPHABETICAL ORDER OF THEIR RESPECTIVE COUNTIES.

CHAP. 361, p. 555.

ALLEGANY An act to erect a new town from parts of the towns of Allen and Almond, in the county of Allegany. Passed May 4, 1829. $ 1. From and after the first day of March next, all those parts of the towns of Allen and Almond, in the county of Allegany, comprised in township number five, in the first range of Morris's reserve, shall be and remain a separate town by the name of Birdsall.

Town of Birdsall erected.

(1) The remaining sections of this act have become obsolete, or are revised.

§2. The remaining parts of the said towns of Allen and Almond, Allen and Alshall remain separate towns by the names of Allen and Almond.

CHAP. 10, p. 79.

mond to remain.

GUS Co.

An act to divide the town of Franklinville, in the county of Cat- CATTARAUtaraugus. Passed January 24, 1829.

Lyndon

$1. From and after the first day of March next, all that part of Town of the town of Franklinville, in the county of Cattaraugus, which lies erected. east of the line running north and south between the second and third tier of lots in the fourth township, and fourth range of townships, of the Holland Land Company's land, shall be and remain a separate town, by the name of Lyndon.

$2. The remaining part of the said town of Franklinville, shall Franklinville. remain a separate town by the name of Franklinville.

CHAP. 59, p. 116.

An act to divide the towns of Portland and Ripley, in the county CHAUTAU of Chautauque. Passed March 19, 1829.

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Westfield

$1. From and after the passing of this act, all that part of the Town of town of Portland, known as part of the fourth township in the four- erected. teenth range of the Holland Company's purchase, and so much of the town of Ripley as lies east of a line running from Lake Erie to the south line of said town, being the division line between the fourteenth and fifteenth ranges of townships of the Holland Company's purchase as aforesaid, shall be and remain a separate town by the name of Westfield.

Portland to

$2. The residue of the town of Portland shall remain a separate remain. town, by the name of Portland.

§ 3. The residue of the town of Ripley shall be and remain a se- Ripley to reparate town by the name of Ripley.

CHAP. 365, p. 558.

An act to divide the town of Ellington, in the county of Chau

tauque. Passed May 4, 1829.

Cherry Creek

31. From and after the last day of February next, so much of the Town of town of Ellington, in the county of Chautauque, as is known and erected. distinguished as the fourth township, in the tenth range of townships of the Holland Company's purchase, shall be and remain a separate town by the name of Cherry-Creek.

32. The remaining part of the town of Ellington shall be and re- Ellington to main a separate town, by the name of Ellington.

CHAP. 185, p. 288.

An act to divide the town of Gerry, in the county of Chautau

que. Passed April 18, 1829.

remain.

31. From and after the first day of March next, all that part of the Town of town of Gerry, in the county of Chautauque, known as the fourth erected.

Charlotte

Gerry to remain.

Town of French Creek erected.

Clymer to remain.

Town of Arkwright erocted.

Pomfret and

Villanova to remain.

township in the eleventh range of townships, shall be and remain a separate town, by the name of Charlotte.

$2. The remaining part of the town of Gerry, shall remain a separate town by the name of Gerry.

CHAP. 223, p. 349.

An act to divide the town of Clymer, in the county of Chautau que. Passed April 23, 1829.

$1. From and after the first Monday of March next, all that part of the town of Clymer, in the county of Chautauque, known as the first township in the fifteenth range of townships, in the Holland Company's purchase, shall be a separate town, by the name of French Creek.

$ 2. The residue of the town of Clymer shall be and remain a separate town, by the name of Clymer.

CHAP. 321, p. 481.

An act to erect the town of Arkwright, in the county of Chautau que. Passed April 30, 1829.

S1. From and after the last day of February next, that part of the towns of Pomfret and Villenova, known as the fifth township in the eleventh range of the Holland Company's land, with the exception of lot number sixty-four in said township, being the northwest corner thereof, shall constitute a new town, by the name of Arkwright.

$ 2. All the remaining parts of the towns of Pomfret and Villenova, shall, after the said last day of February next, be and remain separate towns, by the names of Pomfret and Villenova.

CHAP. 121, p. 221.

CORTLAND An act to divide the town of Homer, in the county of Cortland.

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Division.

Town of
Homer.

Town of Cortlandville erected.

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Passed April 11, 1829.

$1. From and after the first day of February next, the territory included within the limits of the town of Homer, in the county of Cortland, shall be divided into two towns, by a line commencing at the northwest corner of lot fifty-one, and running east along the tier of lots as originally surveyed, to the northeast corner of lot number sixty.

$ 2. That part of the present town of Homer lying north of the said line, shall be known by the name of Homer.

$ 3. That part of the present town of Homer lying south of the said division line, shall be known by the name of Cortlandville.

CHAP. 274, p. 403.

FRANKLIN An act to divide the town of Constable. Passed April 25, 1829. $1. From and after the passing of this act, all that part of the town of Constable which lies west of a line commencing at a point in

Town of Westvillo crected.

the south line of said town, which is the centre of the south line of great lot number twenty-seven, and running thence north one degree west, along the centre line of great lots number twenty-seven, twenty-two, seventeen, twelve, seven, and two, to the north line of said town, shall be and the same is hereby erected into a separate town, by the name of Westville.

$2. All the remaining part of the said town of Constable, shall Constable to be and remain a separate town, by the name of Constable.

CHAP. 31, p. 98.

remain.

An act to erect a new town by the name of Little-Falls, from HERKIMER parts of the towns of Herkimer, Fairfield and German-flatte, Co. in the county of Herkimer. Passed February 16, 1829.

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ted.

$1. From and after the first Monday in March next, all those Town of Litparts of the towns of Herkimer, Fairfield and Germanflatts, in the county of Herkimer, comprehended within the following boundaries, viz: beginning on the middle or base line of Glen's purchase, at a point where the line between lots number five and six in said purchase unites with said base or middle line, and running thence south along said line to its southern termination; thence on the same course continued to the south bounds of the town of Germanflatts; thence along the south bounds of said town, to the southeast corner thereof; thence along the eastern bounds of the towns of Germanflatts and Herkimer, to the southeast corner of the town of Fairfield; and from thence by a straight line to the place of beginning, shall be a separate and distinct town, and shall be known by the name of the town of Little-Falls.

Herkimer

and German

$4. The remaining parts of the said towns of Fairfield, Herkimer Fairfield, and Germanflatts, shall continue and remain separate towns, and shall ren be known by the several names of the towns of Fairfield, Herkimer flatts. and Germanflatts.

CHAP. 35, p. 101.

An act to divide the town of Kirkland, in the county of Oneida. ONEIDA Passed February 21, 1829.

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Marshall

$1. From and after the passage of this act, all that part of the Town of town of Kirkland, in the county of Oneida, south of a line beginning erected." at the southeast corner of lot number eighty-six, in the seventh division of Coxe's patent; thence westerly, the course of the southerly line of said lot, to the easterly line of the town of Augusta, shall be and is hereby erected into a separate town, by the name of Marshall. $2. All the remaining part of said town of Kirkland shall be and Kirkland. remain a separate town, by the name of Kirkland.

CHAP. 79, p. 155.

An act to divide the town of Camillus, in the county of Ononda- ONONDAGA ga. Passed March 26, 1829.

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bridge erect

$ 1. From and after the passage of this act, all that part of the Town of Eltown of Camillus in the county of Onondaga, which lies west and ed. 21

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Van Buren.

Camillus to remain.

south of a line described as follows: beginning on the south line of said town at the southeast corner of lot number ninety-six; thence running north along the line of lots to the northeast corner of lot number fifty; thence west along the line of lots to the southeast corner of lot number thirty-six; thence along the east and north lines of said lot number thirty-six to the northwest corner of the same; thence north to the Seneca river; thence along the Seneca river in a westerly course to the north-west corner of lot number thirty, being also the northwest corner of said town, shall be and the same is hereby erected into a separate town, by the name of Elbridge.

$ 2. All that part of the said town included within the following bounds: beginning at the southeast corner of lot number forty-three; thence west along the south line of said lot to the east line of lot number forty-two; thence south along the east line of said lot number forty-two to the southeast corner thereof; thence west along the south lines of lots number forty-two, forty-one, forty, thirty-nine, thirty-eight and thirty-seven, to the southwest corner of said lot number thirty-seven; thence north to the north-east corner of lot number thirty-six; thence west to the northwest corner of said lot number thirty-six; thence north along the east line of lot number thirty-five to the Seneca river; thence along the said river to the northeast corner of lot number fifteen, and thence to the place of beginning, shall be and the same is hereby erected into a separate town by the name of Van Buren.

$3. All the remaining part of the town of Camillus shall be and remain a separate town by the name of Camillus.

CHAP. 143, p. 241.

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Town of Ca

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An act to divide the town of Richmond, in the county of Ontario.
Passed April 15, 1829.

S1. From and after the first day of April next, all that part of nadice erect the town of Richmond in the county of Ontario, which is bounded south by the south line of said town; west by the west line of said town; north by the north line of township number eight; east by the east line of said town of Richmond; shall be and the same is hereby erected into a separate town by the name of Canadice.

Richmond to S2. The remaining part of the town of Richmond, shall remain a separate town by the name of Richmond.

remaiu.

CHAP. 92, p. 166.

SARATOGA An act to alter the name of the town of Clifton, in the county of Saratoga. Passed March 31, 1829.

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Clifton chan- $1. From and after the passing of this act, the town of Clifton in ged to Clinton the county of Saratoga, shall be known and distinguished by the name of the town of Clifton Park.

Park.

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