Quinquennial Catalogue of the Law School of Harvard University (Google eBook)

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The School, 1890
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Page viii - ... from the alphabetical list. Of course it would have been an improvement to have given the time when each student left the School more definitely than by merely designating the year ; but that was found impracticable. Not unfrequently the same name is entered more than once in the alphabetical list. Sometimes the explanation of this is that there have been two or more persons in the School of the same name ; but more commonly the explanation is that the person bearing the name has entered and...
Page xiii - ... however, she again approved of a reappointment for a year on condition that Ross should at the same time tender his resignation to take effect within that period, "for instance, at the end of six months." On June 2, therefore, Ross received a late notice of reappointment, and three days later sent in his resignation, to take effect at the end of the academic year, but to be withdrawn if not acted upon before March 1, 1901.
Page xvii - ... interesting letters. It was inevitable, however, that much of the information obtained through these circulars and lists should be incomplete, and also that much of it should be given only by way of hint and suggestion, and as a basis for further enquiry ; and therefore there resulted an enormous amount of correspondence, having for its object the obtaining of precise information as to particular men. Not unfrequently as many as from five to twelve letters have been written with reference to...
Page vii - ... most interesting letters. It was inevitable, however, that much of the information obtained through these circulars and lists should be incomplete, and also that much of it should be given only by way of hint and suggestion, and as a basis for further enquiry ; and therefore there resulted from it an enormous amount of correspondence, having for its object the obtaining of precise information as to particular men. Not unfrequently as many as from ten to fifteen letters have been written with...

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