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"A Lawyer on the Bench": The Honorable Sir Joseph Walton (Judges, no. 66) -- Vanity Fair, July 24, 1902

"A Lawyer on the Bench": The Honorable Sir Joseph Walton (Judges, no. 66) -- Vanity Fair, July 24, 1902

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"A Lawyer on the Bench": The Honorable Sir Joseph Walton (Judges, no. 66) -- Vanity Fair, July 24, 1902

by Ward, Leslie

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London: Vincent Brooks Day & Son, Lith, 1902. Near Fine. 1 chromolithographed print 40 x 27 cm. signed "Spy," with accompanying leaf of descriptive text (photocopy). Sir Leslie Ward (1851-1922), English caricaturist and portrait painter, signed his works 'Spy.' Joseph Walton (1845-1910), a Catholic and a distinguished advocate, represented the interest of Catholic children against Thomas John Barnardo. As lead counsel to the Jockey Club, he appeared in Powell v. Kempton Park Racecourse Co., which defined a 'place' within the meaning of the Betting Act. In Near Fine Condition: upper right-hand corner lightly creased; clean and bright.

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Title
"A Lawyer on the Bench": The Honorable Sir Joseph Walton (Judges, no. 66) -- Vanity Fair, July 24, 1902
Author
Ward, Leslie
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Used - Near Fine
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Publisher
Vincent Brooks Day & Son, Lith
Place of Publication
London
Date Published
1902
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