Search Results: 'John Cordy Jeaffreson'
A Book About Lawyers (Illustrated)
eBook (ePub): $1.99
“Whatever its drawbacks, the system which encouraged the young barrister to marry on a modest income, and make his wife 'happy in chambers,' must have had special advantages. In their Inn the... More > husband was near every source of diversion for which he greatly cared, and the wife was surrounded by the friends of either sex in whose society she took most pleasure—friends who, like herself, 'lived in the Inn,' or in one of the immediately adjacent streets. In 'hall' he dined and drank wine with his professional compeers and the wits of the bar: the 'library' supplied him not only with law books, but with poems and dramas, with merry trifles written for the stage, and satires fresh from the Row; 'the chapel'—or if he were a Templer, 'the church'—was his habitual place of worship, where there were sittings for his wife and children as well as for himself;"< Less
Top 10see more >
College Tour Companion
Pregnancy Resource Guide
Aspects of Strangers
Stockholm Syndrome 17
Piercing The Veil
Twelve Mindless Zombies
Bat-Socks, Vegas &...
Out of Practice
The page you are attempting to access contains content that is not intended for underage readers.
Please verify your birth date to continue.