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" Silenus to the Boys, as, in this Place, I may term the Students of the Law, to make them merry whenever they had a Mind to it. He had nothing of rigid or austere in him. If any, near him at the Bar, grumbled at his Stench, he ever converted the Complaint... "
The Life of William, Lord Russell: With Some Account of the Times in which ... - Страница 252
по Earl John Russell Russell - 1820
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The American Law Journal and Miscellaneous Repertory, Том 3

John Elihu Hall - 1810
...disposition in so great a degree, that he may be deservedly styled a philanthrope. He was a very Stlenus to the boys; as, in this place, I may term the students...no regard for money, or desire to be rich? And, for good nature and condescension there was not his fellow. I have seen him for hours and half hours together,...

The Retrospective Review, Том 2

1820
...and for that, and suspicion of his tricks, used to bear hard upon him in the court. But no ill usage from the bench was too hard for his hold of business,...regard for money, or desire to be rich ? And, for good nature and condescension, there was not his fellow. I have seen him, for hours and half hours...

The Retrospective review [ed. by H. Southern].

Henry Southern - 1820
...and for that, and suspicion of his tricks, used to bear hard upon him in the court. But no ill usage from the bench was too hard for his hold of business,...regard for money, or desire to be rich ? And, for good nature and condescension, there was not his fellow. I have seen him, for hours and half hours...

The Retrospective Review, and Historical and Antiquarian Magazine, Том 2

Henry Southern, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1820
...may term the students of the law, to make them merry whenever they had a mind to it. He had nothiug of rigid or austere in him. If any, near him at the...no regard for money, or desire to be rich? And, for good nature and condescension, there was not his fellow. I have seen him, for hours and half hours...

The Retrospective Review

1820
...and for that, and suspicion of his tricks, used to bear hard upon him in the court. But no ill usage from the bench was too hard for his hold of business,...regard for money, or desire to be rich ? And, for good nature and condescension, there was not his fellow. I have seen him, for hours and half hours...

The Lives of the Right Hon. Francis North, Baron Guilford, Lord Keeper of ...

Roger North - 1826
...and for that, and suspicion of his tricks, use to bear hard upon him in the court. But no ill usage from the bench was too hard for ' his hold of business,...regard for money, or desire to be rich ? And, for good nature and condescension, there was not his fellow. I have seen him, for hours and half-hours...

The Lives of the Right Hon. Francis North, Baron Guilford, Lord Keeper of ...

Roger North - 1826 - 475 страници
...and for that, and suspicion of his tricks, use to bear hard upon him in the court. But no ill usage from the bench was too hard for his hold of business,...regard for money, or desire to be rich ? And, for good nature and condescension, there was not his fellow. I have seen "him, for hours and half-hours...

The London Magazine, Том 5

1826
...term the students of the law, to make them merry whenever they had a mind to it. He had nothing of the rigid or austere in him. If any near him at the bar...regard for money, or desire to be rich ? And, for good nature and condescension, there was not his fellow. I have seen him, for hours and half-hours...

The Legal Observer, Or, Journal of Jurisprudence, Том 1

1831
...of nature and disposition in so great a degree, that he may be deservedly styled a philanthrope* *. As to his ordinary dealing, he was as honest as the...and why not, having no regard for money, or desire 10 be rich ? and lor goodnature and condescension, there was not his felluw. I have seen him lor hours...

The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal, Том 10

1837
...and for that, and suspicion of his tricks, used to bear hard upon him in the court. But no ill usage from the bench was too hard, for his hold of business,...why not, having no regard for money, or desire to be ricl) ? And, for good nature and condescension, there was not his fellow. I have seen him, for hours...




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