A Book About Lawyers

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Ngôn Ngữ Nội Dung Sách
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2009
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 PART I. HOUSES AND HOUSEHOLDERS.

I. Ladies in Law Colleges

II. The Last of the Ladies

III. York House and Powis House

IV. Lincoln's Inn Fields

V. The Old Law Quarter

PART II. LOVES OF THE LAWYERS.

VI. A Lottery

VII. Good Queen Bess

VIII. Rejected Addresses

IX. "Cicero" upon His Trial

X. Brothers in Trouble

XI. Early Marriages PART III. MONEY.

XII. Fees to Counsel

XIII. Retainers, General and Special

XIV. Judicial Corruption

XV. Gifts and Sales

XVI. A Rod Pickled by William Cole

XVII. Chief Justice Popham

XVIII. Judicial Salaries

PART IV. COSTUME AND TOILET.

XIX. Bright and Sad

XX. Millinery

XXI. Wigs

XXII. Bands and Collars

XXIII. Bags and Gowns

XXIV. Hats PART V. MUSIC.

XXV. The Piano in Chambers

XXVI. The Battle of the Organs

XXVII. The Thickness in the Throat

PART VI. AMATEUR THEATRICALS.

XXVIII. Actors at The Bar

XXIX. "The Play's The Thing"

XXX. The River and the Strand by Torchlight

XXXI. Anti-Prynne

XXXII. An Empty Grate

PART VII. LEGAL EDUCATION

XXXIII. Inns of Court and Inns of Chancery

XXXIV. Lawyers and Gentlemen

XXXV. Law-French and Law-Latin

XXXVI. Student Life in Old Time

XXXVII. Readers and Mootmen

XXXVIII. Pupils in Chambers

PART VIII. MIRTH.

XXXIX. Wit of Lawyers

XL. Humorous Stories XLI. Wits in 'silk' and Punsters in 'ermine'

XLII. Witnesses

XLIII. Circuiteers

XLIV. Lawyers and Saints

PART IX. AT HOME: IN COURT: AND IN SOCIETY.

XLV. Lawyers at their Own Tables

XLVI. Wine

XLVII. Law

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