cause in Chancery, because we never could reckon with certainty on the attendance of even one! This man was at the Rolls when we wanted him before the Chancellor, and that man was in the vice-Chancellor's court when wanted at the Adventures of an Attorney in Search of Practice - Page 244by Sir George Stephen, Samuel Warren - 1874 - 422 pagesFull view
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...recollect when several years ago we were obliged to employ four or five leaders in every stage of every cause in Chancery, because we never could reckon with...in the vice-chancellor's court when wanted at the Rolls. The solicitors made common cause of it, and published their determination to give no brief to...