The Vindication “whereinne Ye Practises of a Coontrie-Atturney Bee Notablie Displaied and Sette Furth to Ye Contentacyon and Delite of Ye Gentille Reader.” A Romance of Real Life

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Page 9 - Of all the causes which conspire to blind Man's erring judgment, and misguide the mind, What the weak head with strongest bias rules, Is pride, the never-failing vice of fools.
Page 25 - An Act to amend an Act of the fourth year of his present " Majesty, for the amendment of the laws respecting charitable loan societies in Ireland " ; an Act passed in the session of Parliament held in the sixth and seventh years of the reign of...
Page 22 - I, AB do swear, that I will truly and honestly demean myself, in the practice of an attorney, according to the best of my knowledge and ability — So help me God.
Page 18 - ... attorney, which come to every fair, market, and other places, where is any assembly of people, exhorting, procuring, moving and inciting the people to attempt untrue foreign suits for small trespasses, little offences and small sums of debt...
Page 25 - London, and who shall within four years after the day whereon he shall have taken or shall take such degree be bound by contract in writing to serve as a clerk for and during the term of three years to a practising Attorney or Solicitor in England or Wales, and shall have continued in such service...
Page 25 - ... degree, be bound by contract in writing to serve as a Clerk for and during the term of Three Years to a practising Attorney or Solicitor in England or Wales, and shall have continued in such service for and during the said term of Three Years, and shall during the whole of such term have been actually employed by such Attorney or Solicitor, or by the London Agent of such Attorney or Solicitor, with his consent, for any part of the said term, not exceeding One Year, in the proper business, practice...
Page 29 - Can such things be, And overcome us like a summer's cloud, Without our special wonder?
Page 17 - ... and if any such attorney be hereafter notoriously found in any default of record, or otherwise, he shall forswear the court, and never after be received to make any suit in any court of the King.
Page 17 - That all the attornies shall be examined by the justices, and by their discretions their names put in the roll, and they that be good and virtuous, and of good fame, shall be received and sworn well and truly to serve in their offices...

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