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The Bar, with sketches of eminent judges, barristers, &c. &c. A poem, with notes

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No author attributed: bibliographic details confirmed with British Library catalogue.
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published 1825 by Hurst, Robinson
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120 pages of topical rhyming couplets about the English legal profession in the early 19th century. "With notes" - but of course sometimes the notes obfuscate more than they clarify. Not badly done - the occasional soaring, if rather conventional metaphor, and quite an astonishing conclusion to Part I, in which it is hoped that some "gas" will invade the collective brains of the legal profession and light all within, as the real gas had begun to light all without. This bit was far more interesti ...more
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