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" Its personal agents are hardly less important to the general welfare than its proscriptions, for neither statute nor Parliament nor press is more essential to liberty than an absolutely free-spoken Bar. Considered as a mental training the profession of... "
Inaugural Address to the Students of the University of Glasgow ... 1879 - Página 19
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
...liberty than an absolutely free-spoken bar. Considered as a mental training, the profession of the bar is probably in its kind the most perfect and thorough...with advantage by other pursuits lying beyond its own precincts, as well as by large intercourse with the world^-by studies not only such as those of art...
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Political Speeches in Scotland, November and December 1879 [amd ..., Volumen1

William Ewart Gladstone - 1880
...free-spoken bar. Considered as a mental training, the profession of the bar is probably in its kind tI the most perfect and thorough of all professions....with advantage by other pursuits lying beyond its own precincts, as well as by large intercourse with the world, — by studies not only such as those of...
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Popular life of ... W.E. Gladstone

1880
...liberty than an absolutely free-spoken Bar. Considered as a mental training the profession of the Bar is probably, in its kind, the most perfect and thorough of all professions. For this very reimon, perhaps, it has something like an mtellectual mannerism of its own, and admits of being tempered...
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Annual Report of the Illinois State Bar Association

Illinois State Bar Association - 1901
...liberty than an absolutely free-spoken Bar. Considered as a mental training, the profession of the Bar is probably, in its kind, the most perfect and thorough,...with advantage by other pursuits lying beyond its own precincts, as well as by large intercourse with the world; by studies, — not only such as those of...
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Report of the West Virginia Bar Association: Including ..., Volumen21

West Virginia Bar Association - 1906
...ornament thereto." Mr. Gladstone said that ' ' Considered as a mental training 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 or economic, has any terrors for the profession...
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The Central Law Journal, Volumen10

1880
...liberty than an absolutely free spoken bar. Considered as a mental training, the profession of the bar is probably, in its kind, the most perfect and thorough...reason, perhaps, it has something like an intellectual mannncrism of its own, and admits of being tempered with advantage by other pursuit* lying beyond its...
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