-- LLOYD, JOHN, formerly a Major-General of New-York State Militia, and subsequently a permanent dry goods merchant and real estate broker, died in New-York City, aged 67 years. 5.
After the close of the Revolutionary war Brockholst Livingston practised law in New York City until I802, when he became one of the Judges of the Supreme Court of New York, an office which he held until his appointment as one of the Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States in I807. He held this office until his death in 1823.
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During the first few years of the Republic, the national judiciary was discreetly quiet. The Supreme Court met in a basement room, and appeared to be little more than an ornamental power within the government. However, it asserted itself sharply when John Marshall became Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
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1818 – John Henninger Reagan was born (d. 1905). American and Confederate politician. 1820 – Henri Christophe dies (b. 06 Oct 1767). He was a leader in the war of Haitian independence (1791-1804) and later president (1807-1811) and self-proclaimed King Henry I (1811-1820) of northern Haiti.