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By Artemus Ward
The 1st sustained exam of the method wherein justices select to depart the U.S. superb court docket.
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The time I had limited for that purpose will shortly expire, and then I shall not think of any further experiment . . My infirmity will, I fear, deprive me of the pleasure of ever seeing you again. 43 Iredell offered to ride circuit for his colleague and urged Blair not to resign, in hopes of raising the spirits and combating the illness of the ailing justice. Blair was not persuaded, however, and replied: I feel much gratitude for the concern which you and Mrs. Iredell take at my loss of health, for your anxiety that I should not resign, and for your obliging readiness to assume for my accommodation still further fatigue of duty than is properly your own.
I have been advised to come from Savannah to Charles Town, by Water. What is your Opinion? I take a Carriage with Me to Savannah, and, as at present advised, I propose to bring it with Me, by Water, to Charles Town; if I come by land I must purchase Horses at Savannah, which would (you) advise? . 16 Chase had every reason to be afraid of the rigorous trek. Often far from their homes and families, justices were forced at their own expense to endure slow, fatiguing, and many times dangerous journeys through unfamiliar territory.
22 After thinking the matter over for a month, Harrison declined and wrote back that family considerations, including caring for his brother’s children, were paramount. ”23 But Harrison hedged and told a friend, James McHenry, that he wished to consider the matter further. When McHenry informed Washington, both the president as well as Alexander Hamilton wrote Harrison in hopes of gaining his acceptance. 24 Harrison was convinced and set out from his home in Annapolis, Maryland, for New York where the Court was to meet.
Deciding to leave: the politics of retirement from the United States Supreme Court by Artemus Ward