Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Wirt” in chapter 1.2 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
..., or more faithful in fixing its image than was his perception in taking cognizance of the principles, or his ability to retain them. Once fixed, the impression was there forever. It is true, as Mr. Wirt observed, that genius must have materials to work on. No man, how magnificently soever endowed, can possibly be a safe, much less a great, lawyer, who does not understand the facts and law of his cas...
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