having appeared on the bench in a state of intoxication, 1803.
（3) Samuel Chase, associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, for that . . . disregarding the duties and dignity of his judicial character, did, at the circuit court for the District of Maryland, held at Baltimore in the month of May, 1803, pervert his official right and duty to address the grand jury . . . for the purpose of delivering to the said grand jury an intemperate and inflammatory harangue, etc. (4) James Peck, district judge, Missouri, for high misdemeanors in office, 1826-31.
（5) West W. Humphreys, district judge, Tennessee, for advocating the right of secession in a public speech, 1861.
（6) Andrew Johnson, President of the United States, for high crimes and misdemeanors, 1868.
（7) William W. Belknap, Secretary of War, for high misdemeanor in office, 1876-77.
When the Senate tries a case of impeachment, each Senator takes an oath in the following form:
I solemnly swear (or affirm,
on, Brig.-gen. James M. Tuttle commanding, at Memphis, La Grange, and Pocahontas, Tenn.
Maj.-gen. Frank P. Blair, Jr.
Brig.-gen. Peter J. Osterhaus.
Brig.-gen. Charles R. Woods.
13th IllinoisLieut.-col. Frederick W. Partridge.
Capt. George P. Brown.
3d MissouriLieut.-col. Theodore Meumann.
12th MissouriCol. Hugo Wangelin.
Lieut.-col. Jacob Kaercher.
17th MissouriLieut.-col. John F. Cramer.
27th MissouriCol. Thomas Curly.
29th MissouriCol. James Peck ham.
Maj. Philip H. Murphy.
31st MissouriLieut.-col. Samuel P. Simpson.
32d MissouriLieut.-col. Henry C. Warmoth.
76th OhioMaj. Willard Warner.
Col. James A. Williamson.
4th IowaLieut-col. George Burton.
9th IowaCol. David Carskaddon.
25th IowaCol. George A. Stone.
26th IowaCol. Milo Smith.
30th IowaLieut.-col. Aurelius Roberts.
31st IowaLieut.-col. Jeremiah W. Jenkins.
Capt. Henry H. Griffiths.
1st Iowa BatteryLieut. James M. W