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Supreme Court, James Iredell, was 38--and that was by President Washington in 1790.
Captain James Iredell Waddell and his crew aboard the Glasgow-built Shenandoah continued attacking shipping, unaware the war had ended months earlier.
Nelson performs the estimable work of proving that Alexander Hamilton, James Wilson, James Iredell, John Adams, and other leading Federalists were precisely as royalist in their political philosophy as Thomas Jefferson always insisted they were.
Or perhaps it could have been named the Shenandoah, after the vessel captained by James Iredell Waddell which destroyed the US whaling fleet and almost brought Britain and America to war.
received the James Iredell Award March 12 by Campbell Law School's Phi Alpha Delta (PAD) law fraternity.
Letter from James Iredell to George Washington (Feb.
In letters to his wife in the 1790s, Justice James Iredell recited a litany of discomforts and mishaps he suffered while traveling to trials in Georgia and the Carolinas.
Graebe, The Federalism of James Iredell in Historical Context, 69 N.
This, combined with the fact that Associate Justices all earned the same salary, proved especially painful for Justice James Iredell, a citizen of North Carolina, who (along with Justice Rutledge of South Carolina) missed the Court's first session in February 1790.
Associate Justice James Iredell dismissed his friends' predictions that he himself would be appointed in Cushing's place, explaining that, among other reasons, "there could have been no propriety in passing by Judge Wilson to come at me.
One of the presiding justices was James Iredell, also a justice of the United States Supreme Court.