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												The Study and Practice of the Law by  John; Sir James Mackintosh Raithby
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			 - 2006
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The Study and Practice of the Law

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The Study and Practice of the Law

by Raithby, John; Sir James Mackintosh

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2006. ISBN-13: 9781584776154; ISBN-10: 1584776153. [Raithby, J.; Sir James Mackintosh]. The Study and Practice of the Law, Considered in their Various Relations to Society. In a Series of Letters. By a Member of Lincoln's Inn. Originally published: Portland: Thomas B. Wait, 1806. xiii, 364, [3] pp. Reprinted 2006 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN-13: 9781584776154. ISBN-10: 1584776153. Hardcover. New. $29.95 * Reprint of the first American edition. First published anonymously in England in 1798 and attributed to Sir James Mackintosh. A series of forty-eight letters designed to improve the student of law in such matters as eloquence, integrity, urbanity, memory, religion, philosophy and manners. A member of Lincoln's Inn, Raithby [1766-1826] practiced in the court of chancery.

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Title
The Study and Practice of the Law
Author
Raithby, John; Sir James Mackintosh
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ISBN 10
1584776153
ISBN 13
9781584776154
Publisher
Lawbook Exchange
Date Published
2006
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