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ank to these, but differing of course among themselves in talents and in business, are Sir Frederick Pollock, Talfourd, Alexander, Cresswell, Kelly, J. Jervis, Crowder, Erle, Bompas, Wightman, and perhaps some others.
Frederick Pollockeen disappointed in him. I know him very well, and have seen him at dinners, at clubs, in Parliament, and in courts.
Alexander and Cresswell are the two leaders of the Northern Circuit,— the former, a married man; the latter, a bachelor.
AlexandAlexander has a good deal of business, which he manages very well, showing attention and fidelity.
Lord Brougham once sneered at him, when talking with me, as little Alexander.
He is a thoroughly moral and conscientious person, and will not take a seat iAlexander.
He is a thoroughly moral and conscientious person, and will not take a seat in Parliament, because it would be inconsistent with the performance of his professional duties.
I think he inclines to Toryism; though he is very moderate.
I have had much instructive conversation with him about professional conduct, with regard t