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Provided always, that the sheriffs, in all returns of jurors made by them to any [F1civil court], shall take the names in regular order, beginning at the top of the lists [F2of potential jurors], in each of the [F3sheriff court] districts foresaid respectively, as required; and as often as any juror shall be returned to them, they shall mark or cause to be marked, in the said [F2lists]of their respective [F3sheriff court districts] . . . F4, the date when any such juror shall have been returned to serve; and in all such returns they shall commence with the name immediately after the last in the preceding return, without regard to the court to which the return was last made, and taking the subsequent names in the order in which they shall have been entered, as herein directed, and so to the end of the lists respectively.
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