John Jay: Colonial Lawyer (Google eBook)

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Beard Books, Jan 1, 1988 - Biography & Autobiography - 240 pages
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The engrossing background story of John Jay, the active lawyer in colonial times, who became the first Chief Justice of the United States.
  

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Contents

I OUT OF THE COLLEGE YARD MAY 221764
1
II DEEDS DECLARATIONS AND DRUDGERY
12
III FREE FROM THE DRUDGERY OF BUSINESS
29
17661768
46
V A JUNIOR MEMBER AT THE BAR
60
VI CIVIL PRACTICE IN THE PROVINCE OF NEW YORK
79
VII IN HIS MAJESTYS SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE
91
VIII CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION
111
X THE INFERIOR COURTS OF JUSTICE
139
XI OUR LIVES OUR FORTUNES AND OUR SACRED HONOR
154
XII THE LEGACY OF A LAWYER
159
ATTORNEYS PRACTICING BEFORE THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE IN THE YEAR 1765
165
MAP PREPARED BY THE NEW YORK NEW JERSEY BOUNDARY COMMISSION OF 1769
171
GRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF JAYS LAW PRACTICE
175
JOHN JAYS LAW LIBRARY
185
BIBLIOGRAPHY
195

IX JOHN JAY AND THE CIVIL LAW
125

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