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Appreciation Of Judge Huntington

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The jurors iu attendanoe at the late term of the Circuit Court, aiter their discharge last Friday afternoon, signed the following which was atterwards presented to Judge Huntington : Ann Abbor, Mich., Jan. 21, 1876. To the Ilon. Judge of the Fourth Judicial Circuit, State of Michigan : We, the undersigned, jurymea at the present term of court for Washtenaw county, hereby expresa our appreciation for the many courtesies that havo extended to us from your Honor ; and hope, should the future again bring us together, that the same good feeling may continue between judge and jurymen. M. J. Noyes, Robt. B. Glazier, W. D. Smith, James Jones, Lee Hendricks, John Sundburi, Reuben Kempf, L. W. Boylan," Horace N. Jacksou, Parmemo W. Watts, Michael Foster, Stephen O. Hadley, M. L. Raymond, Q. E. Whitmore, Lucius Fairchild, A. Fletcher, James Sage, Wm. S. O'Hara, Isaac Wynkup, üeo. W. Moore, John C. Mead, B. U. Glenn, Andrew Robison, Geo. W. Fream, E. A. Nordjnan, Joseph C. Preston, Finley B. Whitaker. It is safe to say that the members of the bar were as well pleased with Judge Huntington eis the jurors. They found him ready, prompt, ;entlemanly, but decided, turuing off business ïmoothly and rapidly. No opportunity was ïiven for those " side shows " which have Bometimes disgraced the bar and delayed the business of the court.