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Important Announcement.

THE OFFICIAL

EDITION OF THE

Reports of the U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals

REPORTED BY
SAMUEL A. BLATCHFORD,

Of the New York Bar,
Will be issued in volumes of from 650 to

nages, uniform with the official edition of the United States Re und ited on the same general plan as those reports, at $3 pelun

All subscribers to this series will be supplied with semimonthly Advance Parts to be issued on the ist and 15th of each month at $5 per annum, and said subscriptions to the Advance Parts (which will be issued for temporary use, and not for binding or for permanent preservation) will be credited on subscriptions for the bound volumes.

This publication will be called “United States Courts of Appeals Reports." The volumes will be bound consecutively, but each volume will contain the Reports of the Court in only one Circuit, the name of the appropriate Circuit appearing on the back of each volume.

When the opinions of the Courts of two or more Circuits appear in one Advance Part they will be separated by a colored leaf, and separately paged, and the cover of the Advanced Part will indicate the pages of the various volumes contained therein.

Subscriptions will be received for the Advance Parts only, at $5 per year, including postage, payable in advance,

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HENRY B. HYDE, President.
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