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" OF all witnesses in an honest cause, an intelligent child is the best. Of all witnesses, in any cause, a woman is the worst, unless she happens to be very pretty and engaging, and then she will answer the purpose, whatever it be, most successfully. The... "
Adventures of an Attorney in Search of Practice - Page 274
by Sir George Stephen, Samuel Warren - 1874 - 422 pages
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Adventures of an Attorney in Search of Practice, Volume 1

Curiosities of the law - 1839 - 407 pages
...correspondence. IN SEARCH OF PRACTICE. CHAPTER XVII. " Quot scelerata gerat foemina mente dolos!"—OVID. 251 OF all witnesses in an honest cause, an intelligent...the jury with the other, while a marked suavity of demeanour seduces the fair debutante into perfect ease; the gallantry of the bench, let his lordship...
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The Law Magazine, Or, Quarterly Review of Jurisprudence

Law - 1839
...206, 207. The seventeenth and eighteenth chapters contain some sagacious observations upon witnesses. Of all witnesses in an honest cause, an intelligent...unless she happens to be very pretty and engaging, for then she will answer the purpose, whatever it be, most successfully. " The counsel examining in...
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The Law Magazine, Or, Quarterly Review of Jurisprudence

Law - 1841
...an inaccuracy. The author of " The Adventures of an Attorney" agrees with us in both these points: "Of all witnesses in an honest cause, an intelligent...unless she happens to be very pretty and engaging, for then she will answer the purpose, whatever it be, most successfully." Mr. Field repeats the often...
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