Dissatisfaction with our judges is no new thing. It existed with the United States Supreme Court in the time of Chief Justice MARSHALL, the greatest of American jurists, after the Dred Scott decision, after the conflicting decisions on the power of Congress to make the government notes a legal tender, and at other times. Probably there is no one of the older states where dissatisfaction with the state courts has not been sometimes acute.

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