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" ... in the higher walks of the profession, have in many instances, established for themselves an acknowledged title to rank with the first circles; though I do not say the most fashionable, for I by no means class these among the most worthy, or the most... "
Adventures of an Attorney in Search of Practice - Page 205
by Samuel Warren - 1874 - 422 pages
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Adventures of an Attorney in Search of Practice, Volume 1

Sir George Stephen, Samuel Warren, Sir James Stephen - Curiosities of the law - 1839 - 407 pages
...than half a century ago, would have spurned the calling as derogatory to their birth ; and attornies in the higher walks of the profession, have in many...of that low business which was once the staple of our trade, not to attract many low people into the profession; the rather because if once admitted...
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The Law Magazine, Or, Quarterly Review of Jurisprudence, Volume 22

Law - 1839
...undeniable, and it matters comparatively little on what principle it is accounted for. But here's the rub : " Though by this accession of better born, and therefore...of that low business which was once the staple of our trade, not to attract many low people into the profession ; the rather because if once admitted...
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