It was inexpressibly flattering to me ; but my intimate knowledge of the nature of my profession obliges me to assure you, that it ... and have heard old practitioners make the same observation, that a lawyer who is in earnest must be chained to his chambers and the ... In regard to your Lordshipa#39;s indulgent and flattering prediction, that my Essay on Bailment would be my last work, and that, for the future, business and the public would allow me to write no more, I doubt whether it will beanbsp;...
|Title||:||Memoirs of the life, writings and correspondence of sir William Jones, by lord Teignmouth. With the life of lord Teignmouth, and notes, by S.C. Wilks|
|Author||:||Sir William Jones|