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Nineteenth Century Legal Treatises

Legal Profession

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An Account of the ceremony of the opening of the new hall of the Inner Temple : by H.R.H. Princess Louise as the representative of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, accompanied by H.R.H. The Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein, on Saturday the 14th of May, 1870 : and also of the inaugural banquet in the new hall on Wednesday the 18th of May, 1870.

[S.l. : s.n.]. [1870?]

Legal Profession

16 p. ; 28 cm.; UK-08-192.



Fiche: 14576
Addison, C. G. (Charles Greenstreet), d. 1866.

The Temple Church.

London : Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans. 1843

Legal Profession

viii, 127 p., [4] leaves of plates : ill. ; 21 cm.; UK-08-220.

Fiche: 14675-14676
Additional report : on the proposed regulations of the Society of Solicitors before the Supreme Courts of Scotland as to apprentices and intrants.

[Edinburgh? : s.n.]. [18--?]

Legal Profession

4 p. ; 21 cm.; UK-08-233; by the Committee of the Faculty of Advocates.



Fiche: 14981
Agnew, Daniel, 1809-1902.

Address to the Allegheny County Bar Association.

[Pittsburgh : s.n.]. [1889?]

Legal Profession

60 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.; US-08-75.

Fiche: 5369
Alabama State Bar Association.

Charter, constitution and by-laws of the Alabama State Bar Association : with an appendix stating the action of the Convention by which the Association was organized, with the names of the officers to serve until the first annual meeting.

[S.l. : The Association]. [1879?]

Legal Profession

23 p. ; 22 cm.; US-08-51.

Fiche: 5317
Allegheny County Bar Association.

Charter, by-laws & rules of the Allegheny County Bar Association.

[Pittsburgh?] : Jos. Eichbaum. 1889

Legal Profession

24, [16] p. ; 16 cm.; US-08-64.

Fiche: 5358
Allen, William F. (William Fitch), 1808-1878.

An address delivered before the graduating class of the Law Department of Hamilton College, July 15, 1857.

Utica [N.Y.] : Roberts. 1857

Legal Profession

42 p. ; 22 cm.; US-08-56.

Fiche: 5322
Aron, Joseph.

Is it the duty of an attorney to defend his client's honor when it is attacked? : a few considerations.

[S.l. : s.n.]. [1893?]

Legal Profession

13, [A]-K p. : ill., ports., facsims.; US-08-9; by a former president of the Sutro Tunnel Company.

Fiche: 5226
Ashman, William N. (William Neilson), b. 1833.

The profession of the law : an address.

Philadelphia : Law Academy of Philadelphia. 1889

Legal Profession

33 p. ; 22 cm.; US-08-8.

Fiche: 5225
Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

Proceedings of the Bar Association in the city of New York on a publication in the New York Times of March 26th, 1876, censuring the counsel for the plaintiff in the Forrest divorce case.

New York : J. Polhemus. 1876

Legal Profession

75 p. ; 26 cm.; US-08-291.

Fiche: 74364
Bacon, Theodore, 1834-1900.

What the lawyer owes to society : an address.

New Haven, Conn. : Hoggson & Robinson. 1896

Legal Profession

31 p. ; 22 cm.; US-08-6.

Fiche: 5223
Bacon, William Johnson, 1803-1889.

The early Bar of Oneida : a lecture.

Utica, N.Y. : T.J. Griffiths. 1876

Legal Profession

48 p. ; 22 cm.; US-08-133.

Fiche: 5534
Baldwin, Frederick W., b. 1848.

Biography of the bar of Orleans County, Vermont.

Montpelier : Vermont Watchman and State Journal Press. 1886

Legal Profession

303 p., [22] leaves of plates : 22 ports. ; 25 cm.; US-08-139.

Fiche: 5540-5544
Ball, W. W. Rouse (Walter William Rouse), 1850-1925.

The student's guide to the bar.

London : Macmillan. 1879

Legal Profession

iv, 62 p. ; 19 cm.; UK-08-230; 2nd ed.

Fiche: 14976
Ball, W. W. Rouse (Walter William Rouse), 1850-1925.

The student's guide to the bar.

London ; New York : Macmillan. 1887

Legal Profession

63 p. ; 19 cm.; UK-08-231; 4th ed.

Fiche: 14977
Bascom, John, 1827-1911.

The lawyer and the lawyer's questions : a baccalaureate discourse.

Milwaukee : Cramer, Aikens & Cramer. 1882

Legal Profession

27 p. ; 24 cm.; US-08-5.

Fiche: 5222
Bate, William B. (William Brimage), 1826-1905.

The bench and the bar : an address delivered by Wm. B. Bate.

Nashville, Tenn. : J.O. Griffith. 1869

Legal Profession

31 p. ; 22 cm.; US-08-117.

Fiche: 5485
Bay, W. V. N. (William Van Ness), 1818-1894.

Reminiscences of the bench and bar of Missouri : with an appendix containing biographical sketches of ... the judges and lawyers who have passed away : together with many interesting and valuable letters never before published of Washington, Jefferson, Burr, Granger, Clinton, and others.

St. Louis : F.H. Thomas. 1878

Legal Profession

x, 611 p. : facsims., port. ; 24 cm.; US-08-140.

Fiche: 5545-5551
Bayard, Thomas F. (Thomas Francis), 1828-1898.

The responsibilities of the legal profession in a republic : an address.

New Haven : Law Dept. of Yale College. 1883

Legal Profession

30 p. ; 23 cm.; US-08-43.

Fiche: 5302
Bell, Charles Upham, 1843.

The general statutes of the commonwealth of Massachusetts : and additional laws to the present time : reduced to questions and answers.

Boston : G.B. Reed. 1874

Legal Profession

183 p. ; 19 cm.; US-08-21.

Fiche: 5238-5239
Benton, Josiah H. (Josiah Henry), 1843-1917.

Influence of the bar in our state and federal government : annual address before the Southern New Hampshire Bar Association, Feb. 23, 1894.

Boston : [s.n.]. 1894

Legal Profession

63 p. ; 24 cm.; US-08-29.

Fiche: 5248
Berryman, John R.

History of the bench and bar of Wisconsin prepared under direction of John R. Berryman.

Chicago : H.C. Cooper, Jr. 1898

Legal Profession

2 v. : ports. ; 27 cm.; US-08-158.

Fiche: 5576-5593
Billings, Robert William, 1813-1874.

Architectural illustrations and account of the Temple Church, London.

London : T. & W. Boone. 1838

Legal Profession

vi, 55 p., [31] leaves of plates : ill. ; 30 cm.; UK-08-221.

Fiche: 14677-14678
Binney, Horace, 1780-1875.

The leaders of the old bar of Philadelphia.

Philadelphia : C. Sherman & Son. 1859

Legal Profession

120 p. ; 23 cm.; US-08-76.

Fiche: 5370-5371
Binney, Horace, 1780-1875.

The leaders of the old bar of Philadelphia.

Philadelphia : H.B. Ashmead. 1866

Legal Profession

120 p. ; 25 cm.; US-08-118.

Fiche: 5486-5487
Bleckley, Logan Edwin, 1827-1907.

Truth at the bar : an address delivered before the Georgia Bar Association ... August 27th, 1886.

Macon, Ga. : J.W. Burke. 1886

Legal Profession

15 p. ; 22 cm.; US-08-58.

Fiche: 5324
Blodgett, Henry W. (Henry Williams), 1821-1905.

Address of Hon. Henry W. Blodgett upon the early bar of Chicago.

Chicago : Chicago Legal News Co. 1896

Legal Profession

21 p. : ports. ; 21 cm.; US-08-136.

Fiche: 5537
Boardman, Henry A. (Henry Augustus), 1808-1880.

The importance of religion to the legal profession : with some remarks on the character of Charles Chauncey, Esq.

Philadelphia : Wm. S. Martien. 1849

Legal Profession

40 p. ; 23 cm.; US-08-7.

Fiche: 5224
Bonney, Charles Carroll, 1831-1903.

Law reform and the future of the legal profession.

Chicago : Chicago Legal News Co. 1883

Legal Profession

28 p. ; 22 cm.; US-08-114.

Fiche: 5482
Bradwell, Myra, 1831-1894.

Report of the examination of law students for admission to the bar in the Supreme Court of Illinois at the January term, 1873.

Chicago : Chicago Legal News Co. 1873

Legal Profession

98 p. ; 22 cm.; US-08-153.

Fiche: 5565-5566
Brewster, F. Carroll (Frederick Carroll), 1825-1898.

Duty : an address delivered at the University of Pennsylvania before the Society of the Alumni, at their 119th annual celebrations, December 13, 1869.

Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania, Society of the Alumni. 1870

Legal Profession

31 p.; US-08-57.

Fiche: 5323
Brewster, F. Carroll (Frederick Carroll), 1825-1898.

Rights and duties of lawyers : address of F. Carroll Brewster, Esq. before the Law Academy of Philadelphia.--2nd ed.

Philadelphia : P.H. Lutts. 1862

Legal Profession

32 p. ; 23 cm.; US-08-19.

Fiche: 5236
Brooke, John T.

The legal profession : its moral nature, and practical connection with civil society : an address.

Cincinnati : H.W. Derby. 1849

Legal Profession

24 p. ; 24 cm.; US-08-116.

Fiche: 5484
Brown, David Paul, 1795-1872.

The forum, or, Forty years full practice at the Philadelphia bar.

Philadelphia : R.H. Small. 1856

Legal Profession

2 v. : facsims. ; 23 cm.; US-08-79.

Fiche: 5374-5386
Brown, George William, 1812-1890.

The relation of the legal profession to society : a lecture.

Baltimore : Kelly & Piet. 1868

Legal Profession

28 p. ; 24 cm.; US-08-50.

Fiche: 5316
Bull, Frederick.

The difficulties and improbability of persons recovering their right by civil or legal process who do not possess the means to employ counsel : exemplified in letters to Lord Chancellor Brougham ... [et al.].

London : Printed by W. Paul. 1837

Legal Profession

26, [20] p. ; 21 cm.; UK-08-245; humbly submitted to the consideration of the legislature by a journeyman bookbinder.

Fiche: 17682
Burge, William, 1787-1849.

The Temple Church : an account of its restoration and repairs.

London : W. Pickering. 1843

Legal Profession

vii, 78 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-08-201.

Fiche: 14595-14596
Burns, Charles H. (Charles Henry).

The advocate and his influence : address delivered before the Grafton and Coös Bar Association at Woodsville, N.H., January 30, 1891.

Concord, N.H. : Republican Press Association. 1891

Legal Profession

24 p. ; 23 cm.; US-08-4.

Fiche: 5221
Butler, William Allen, 1825-1902.

Lawyer and client : their relation, rights, and duties.

New York : D. Appleton. 1871

Legal Profession

76 p. ; 19 cm.; US-08-265.

Fiche: 20126
Cadwalader, John L. (John Lambert), 1837-1914.

A lecture on the conduct of the legal life.

[S.l. : s.n.]. [1894?]

Legal Profession

26 p. ; 22 cm.; US-08-3.

Fiche: 5220
Cady, Philander K. (Philander Kinney), 1826-1917.

The rewards of the profession of the law : a sermon, preached in Trinity Church, N.Y., May 10, 1868, before the graduating class of the Law School of Columbia College.

New York : Published by the Trustees. 1868

Legal Profession

26 p. ; 23 cm.; US-08-293.

Fiche: 75092
Caldwell, Joshua W. (Joshua William), 1856-1909.

Sketches of the bench and bar of Tennessee.

Knoxville, Tenn. : Ogden Brothers & Co. 1898

Legal Profession

402 p., [6] leaves of plates : ports. ; 20 cm.; US-08-119.

Fiche: 5488-5492
Carr, Jas. (James), 1825-1891.

The lawyer, his duties and responsibilities.

[St. Louis, Mo.? : Missouri Bar Association?]. [1887?]

Legal Profession

p. [159]-171 ; 23 cm.; US-08-270.

Fiche: 40333
Carr, Jas. (James), 1825-1891.

The lawyer, his duties and responsibilities : an address delivered by Hon. Jas. Carr of St. Louis, at Sweet Springs, Mo., July 2d, 1886, before the Missouri Bar Association.

St. Louis : Johann-Palmer Print. 1887

Legal Profession

p. [159]-171 ; 22 cm.; US-08-287.

Fiche: 66513
Carter, Walter S. (Walter Steuben), 1833-1904.

Some remarks made before Story (Columbia) Chapter of Phi Delta Phi on Friday evening, April 28th, 1898.

[New York : s.n.]. [1898?]

Legal Profession

23 p. ; 23 cm.; US-08-20.

Fiche: 5237
Caton, John Dean, 1812-1895.

Early bench and bar of Illinois.

Chicago : Chicago Legal News Co. 1893

Legal Profession

vi, 252 p., [19] leaves of plates : ports. ; 24 cm.; US-08-292.

Fiche: 74643-74646
Centennial celebration of the organization of the federal judiciary, banquet : Lenox Lyceum, Madison Avenue, Tuesday evening, February 4th, 1890.

[New York] : Tiffany. [1890]

Legal Profession

[6] leaves : ill., ports. ; 18 x 23 cm.; US-08-164.



Fiche: 5622
Chamberlain, Daniel Henry, 1835-1907.

Oration on some of the relations and present duties of the legal profession to our public life and affairs.

[New Haven] : Yale College, Law Department. 1875

Legal Profession

34 p. ; 23 cm.; US-08-90; delivered by Daniel H. Chamberlain.

Fiche: 5417
Chamberlain, Daniel Henry, 1835-1907.

Some of the present needs and duties of our profession : an address.

New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons. 1888

Legal Profession

21 p. ; 21 cm.; US-08-31; delivered by D.H. Chamberlain.

Fiche: 5250
Chandler, William E. (William Eaton), 1835-1917.

Address before the Grafton and Coös Bar Association.

Concord, N.H. : Republican Press Association. 1888

Legal Profession

38 p. ; 23 cm.; US-08-115.

Fiche: 5483
Charley, William Thomas, Sir, 1833-1904.

The legal profession : viewed in the light of its past history, its present state, and projected law reforms.

London : W. Ridgway. 1873

Legal Profession

viii, 351 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-08-171; edited by Doctor-in-jure-civili.

Fiche: 14509-14512
Choate, Joseph Hodges, 1832-1917.

Our profession : an address.

[Chicago] : Chicago Bar Association. [1898?]

Legal Profession

16 p. ; 25 cm.; US-08-42.

Fiche: 5301
Christian, Edmund B. V. (Edmund Brown Viney).

A short history of solicitors.

London : Reeves & Turner. 1896

Legal Profession

xiv, 255 p. ; 18 cm.; UK-08-172.

Fiche: 14513-14515
Clark, Gilbert J. (Gilbert John), b. 1851.

Life sketches of eminent lawyers : American, English, and Canadian : to which is added thoughts, facts and facetiae.

Kansas City, Mo. : Lawyers' International Pub. Co. 1895

Legal Profession

2 v. : ports. ; 20 cm.; US-08-41.

Fiche: 5291-5300
Collier, John Payne, 1789-1883.

Criticisms on the bar : including strictures on the principal counsel practising in the courts of King's Bench, Common Pleas, Chancery and Exchequer.

London : W. Simpkin and R. Marshall. 1819

Legal Profession

xii, 308 p. ; 16 cm.; UK-08-173; by Amicus Curiae.

Fiche: 14516-14519
Coombs, W. Bayley.

A manual of solicitors' bookkeeping : comprising practical exemplifications of a concise and simple plan of double entry.

London : Butterworths. 1868

Legal Profession

x, 272 p. : forms ; 22 cm.; UK-08-240.

Fiche: 17661-17663
Cordery, A. (Arthur), 1847-1922.

The law relating to solicitors of the Supreme Court of Judicature : with an appendix of statutes and rules.

London : Stevens. 1878

Legal Profession

xxviii, 355 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-08-174.

Fiche: 14520-14524
Cordery, A. (Arthur), 1847-1922.

The law relating to solicitors of the Supreme Court of Judicature : with an appendix of statutes and rules, and notes on appointments open to solicitors, and the right to admission in the colonies.

London : Stevens. 1888

Legal Profession

xxxvi, 464 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-08-202; 2nd ed.

Fiche: 14597-14602
Cordery, A. (Arthur), 1847-1922.

The law relating to solicitors of the Supreme Court of Judicature : with an appendix of statutes and rules, the Colonial Attornies Relief Acts, and notes on appointments open to solicitors, and the right to admission in the colonies, to which is added an appendix of precedents.

London : Stevens. 1899

Legal Profession

xlvii, 583 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-08-203; 3rd ed.

Fiche: 14603-14609
Countryman, Edwin, 1833-1914.

The ethics of compensation for professional services : an address before the Albany Law School and an answer to hostile critiques.

Albany : W.C. Little. 1882

Legal Profession

150 p. ; 19 cm.; US-08-167.

Fiche: 5626-5627
County Judges' Association of Texas. Convention (6th : 1895 : Hillsboro, Tex.).

Proceedings of the County Judges' Association of Texas : sixth annual meeting held in the city of Hillsboro, July 30, 1895.

Dallas : Dorsey Print. Co. 1895

Legal Profession

11 p. ; 22 cm.; US-08-279.

Fiche: 58400
County Judges' Association of Texas. Convention (8th : 1897 : Fort Worth, Tex.).

Proceedings of the eighth annual convention of the County Judges' Association of Texas : held in the city of Fort Worth, Texas, on July 28th and 29th, 1897.

Galveston : Clarke & Courts. 1898

Legal Profession

26 p. : port. ; 25 cm.; US-08-278.

Fiche: 57602
Cox, Edward W. (Edward William), 1809-1879.

The advocate : his training, practice, rights and duties.

London : J. Crockford. 1852

Legal Profession

xvi, 472 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-08-204.

Fiche: 14610-14615
Crosby, Ernest Howard, 1856-1907.

The legal profession and American progress : address.

New York : Giliss Brothers & Turnure. [1888]

Legal Profession

15 p. ; 19 cm.; US-08-48; delivered by Ernest H. Crosby to the graduating class of the Law Department, University of the City of New York, at commencement exercises, Academy of Music, June 7, 1888.

Fiche: 5227
Dawson, J. Hooper (James Hooper).

A practical treatise on the law relative to attornies, solicitors, and their agents : with an appendix containing suggestions as to the course of study to be adopted.

London : H. Butterworth. 1830

Legal Profession

vii, 206, [16] p. ; 25 cm.; UK-08-205.

Fiche: 14616-14618
Deady, Matthew P. (Matthew Paul), 1824-1893.

Law and lawyers : a lecture delivered before the Portland Law Association, Dec. 6, 1866.

[S.l.] : S.J. McCormick. [1866?]

Legal Profession

27 p. ; 22 cm.; US-08-17.

Fiche: 5234
Dedicatory exercises at the new court house, Lowell, Mass., September 12, MDCCCXCVIII.

[S.l. : s.n.]. [1898?]

Legal Profession

21 leaves ; 24 cm.; US-08-123.



Fiche: 5513
Dickinson, Daniel S. (Daniel Stevens), 1800-1866.

An address delivered before the graduating class of the Law Department of Hamilton College, July 21, 1858.

Utica : Roberts. 1858

Legal Profession

28 p. ; 24 cm.; US-08-16.

Fiche: 5233
Dillon, John Forrest, 1831-1914.

Inns of Court and Westminster Hall : our law--its history, characteristics and influences.

Des Moines : Mills. 1878

Legal Profession

31 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-08-206; 2nd ed.

Fiche: 14619
Dinner given by the Philadephia Bar to the judiciary : at the Continental Hotel, Philadelphia, January 8th, 1867.

Philadelphia : King & Baird. 1867

Legal Profession

80 p. ; 20 cm.; US-08-108.



Fiche: 5476
Dix, Morgan, 1827-1908.

The bar, its ancient fame and impending perils : a sermon preached before the graduating class of the Law School of Columbia College, Sunday, May 13th, 1866, in Trinity Chapel, New York.

New York : Wm. C. Bryant. 1866

Legal Profession

34 p. ; 22 cm.; US-08-15.

Fiche: 5232
Donovan, Joseph Wesley, 1847.

Tact in court : containing sketches of cases won by skill, wit, art, tact, courage, and eloquence : with practical illustrations in letters of lawyers, giving their best rules for winning cases.

Rochester, N.Y. : Williamson & Higbie. 1886

Legal Profession

135 p., [3] leaves of plates : ports. ; 20 cm.; US-08-304; 3rd rev. ed.

Fiche: 81297-81298
Doster, William Emile, 1837-1919.

The conflict between literature and law : an oration delivered before the Assembly of the Harvard Law School, March 18, 1859.

Cambridge : Allen and Farnham. 1859

Legal Profession

39 p. ; 24 cm.; US-08-28.

Fiche: 5247
Douthwaite, William Ralph.

Gray's Inn : notes illustrative of its history and antiquities.

London : Printed by Benson and Page. 1876

Legal Profession

97 p. ; 22 cm.; UK-08-186; compiled by W.R. Douthwaite.

Fiche: 14559-14560
Douthwaite, William Ralph.

Gray's Inn, its history & associations : compiled from original and unpublished documents.

London : Reeves and Turner. 1886

Legal Profession

xxiii, 283 p., [7] leaves of plates : ill. ; 23 cm.; UK-08-187.

Fiche: 14561-14564
Douthwaite, William Ralph.

Gray's Inn, its history & associations : compiled from original and unpublished documents.

London : Reeves and Turner. 1886

Legal Profession

xxiii, 283 p., [7] leaves of plates : ill. ; 23 cm.; UK-08-187.

Fiche: 80125-80128
Downing, William.

Observations on the constitution, customs, and usuage [sic] of the honourable society of the Middle Temple : originally written in the year 1733 for the use of Charles Worsley, Esqr., then treasurer, and since revised, amended, and large additions made thereto, by the author : to which is added, 1. The author's remarks on the declaration of the Vacation Parliament 1731, 2. A short account of the proceedings at the publick call of serjeants, Easter term 1736.

[London] : Society of the Middle Temple. 1896

Legal Profession

viii, 240 p. ; 23 cm.; UK-08-232.

Fiche: 14978-14980
Drake, Charles D. (Charles Daniel), 1811-1892.

Address, delivered May 8, 1878, at the annual commencement of the Cincinnati Law School.

Washington City : T. McGill. 1878

Legal Profession

18 p. ; 23 cm.; US-08-91.

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