Lives of the Judges - Jessel, Cairns, Bowen and Bramwell
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Lives of the Judges - Jessel, Cairns, Bowen and Bramwell

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This book consists of biographies of four distinguished UK judges of the 19th centurySir George Jessel, Hugh Cairns, Charles Bowen and George William Wilshere Bramwell. The author explores the fascinating lives of these four individuals. Cairns, for example, was said to be the most trusted member in Benjamin Disraeli's two cabinets. He was appointed Lord Chancellor in 1868...more
Hardcover, 250 pages
Published November 1st 2004 by Barry Rose Law Publishers (first published 2004)
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