The Moral, Social, And Professional Duties Of Attorneys And Solicitors

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LECTURE IV. Gentlemen : In appearing before you for the last time, I feel a sense of oppression, from the consciousness of so much remaining to be said, on the important and extensive subject under consideration, which can not, ...
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LECTURE IV. Gentlemen : In appearing before you for the last time, I feel a sense of oppression, from the consciousness of so much remaining to be said, on the important and extensive subject under consideration, which can not, nevertheless, be said to-night. The materials which I had prepared for this lecture, were really sufficient for four! What was I to do ? Remembering that I intended, from the first, to commit these lectures to the press, I determined to touch, lightly, only the more prominent topics, and offer for your acceptance this evening, little else than a series of hints and suggestions, but on matters of considerable delicacy and importance : such as a spirit of faithfulness would not permit me to pass by. I feel highly gratified by the manifest attention with which you have hitherto heard me: and if this, my last draft on your indulgence, be honored, I shall hereafter reflect on my appearance here with lively satisfaction, and regard myself as abundantly recompensed for the efforts, which I have made to afford you what might be deemed both interesting, and useful. And, first, let ..me congratulate a considerable number of you on the result of last Tuesday's examination, which I have learned from the authorities, wag most satisfactory. Some few of you, however, Only nine were rejected out of ninety-eight who had presented themselves for examination. Ante, p. 112 (n.). 144 PRACTITIONER STILL A STUDENT. were, T regretted to hear, unsuccessful; and if those so unfortunately situated, be present to-night, let me entreat them not to be disheartened; but "out of this nettle danger to pluck the flower safety"—so that this first reverse, may prevent a life of reverses. Though the articled clerk is now supposed to have passed into the practitioner, I must tak...
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  • ISBN-13: 9780217760768
  • Publisher: General Books LLC
  • Publication date: 8/17/2009
  • Pages: 90
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 0.22 (d)

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LECTURE IV. Gentlemen : In appearing before you for the last time, I feel a sense of oppression, from the consciousness of so much remaining to be said, on the important and extensive subject under consideration, which can not, nevertheless, be said to-night. The materials which I had prepared for this lecture, were really sufficient for four! What was I to do ? Remembering that I intended, from the first, to commit these lectures to the press, I determined to touch, lightly, only the more prominent topics, and offer for your acceptance this evening, little else than a series of hints and suggestions, but on matters of considerable delicacy and importance : such as a spirit of faithfulness would not permit me to pass by. I feel highly gratified by the manifest attention with which you have hitherto heard me: and if this, my last draft on your indulgence, be honored, I shall hereafter reflect on my appearance here with lively satisfaction, and regard myself as abundantly recompensed for the efforts, which I have made to afford you what might be deemed both interesting, and useful. And, first, let ..me congratulate a considerable number of you on the result of last Tuesday's examination, which I have learned from the authorities, wag most satisfactory. Some few of you, however, Only nine were rejected out of ninety-eight who had presented themselves for examination. Ante, p. 112 (n.). 144 PRACTITIONER STILL A STUDENT. were, T regretted to hear, unsuccessful; and if those so unfortunately situated, be present to-night, let me entreat them not to be disheartened; but "out of this nettle danger to pluck the flower safety"—so that this first reverse, may prevent a lifeof reverses. Though the articled clerk is now supposed to have passed into the practitioner, I must tak...
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