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" The mcii find their own adjustment ; and while I have hinted to youths intending to follow this noble profession the expediency of tempering it with collateral studies, I congratulate them on the solidity of the position they are to hold. No change, practical... "
Inaugural Address to the Students of the University of Glasgow ... 1879 - Página 20
por William Ewart Gladstone - 1879 - 40 páginas
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Political Speeches in Scotland, November and December 1879, Volumen1

William Ewart Gladstone - 1879 - 255 páginas
...intending to follow this noble profession the expediency of tempering it with collateral studies, I congratulate them on the solidity of the position...present time, even to the uninstructed eye, an object of perhaps yet livelier interest. Here, indeed, much is changing, but all in the direction of advance....
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Political Speeches in Scotland, November and December 1879 [amd ..., Volumen1

William Ewart Gladstone - 1880
...intending to follow this noble profession the expediency of tempering it with collateral studies, I congratulate them on the solidity of the position...present time, even to the uninstructed eye, an object of perhaps yet livelier interest Here, indeed, much is changing, but all in the direction of advance....
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Popular life of ... W.E. Gladstone

1880
...less wealthy classes from the benefits which it is the glory of law to secure for civilized man. " The medical profession offers at the present time,...uninstructed eye, an object of yet livelier interest. The dominant activity of the age, addressed to conquest over nature, continually enlarged the knowledge...
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Hints on Advocacy: Conduct of Cases Civil and Criminal : Classes of ...

Richard Harris - 1882 - 321 páginas
...advocacy can ever become extinct in the world as it is. 'No change, practical or speculative, social, political, or economic, has any terrors for the profession of the law,' are the words of Mr. Gladstone, and rightly did he hold it unlikely to be ' displaced or menaced l,y...
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Annual Report of the Illinois State Bar Association

Illinois State Bar Association - 1901
...close approximation between the mind and the truth, which is, in all things, its proper object. * * * * No change, practical or speculative, social or political...economic, has any terrors for the profession of the law." To the non-professional, such a tribute to the Bar by this most eminent of recent English statesmen...
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Report of the West Virginia Bar Association: Including ..., Volumen21

West Virginia Bar Association - 1906
...the profession of the bar is probably in its kind the most perfect and thorough of all professions. No change, practical or speculative, social or political...economic, has any terrors for the profession of the law." Such being our obligations and such our equipment, we must recognize the public relations our profession...
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The Central Law Journal, Volumen10

1880
...intending to follow this noble profession the expediency of tempering it with collateral studies, I congratulate them on the solidity of the position...economic, has any terrors for the profession of the law. ' ' RECENT LEGAL LITERATURE. SHIRLEY'S DARTMOUTH COLLEGE CAUSES. Many readers first made acquaintance...
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