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Edward L. Pierce, Memoir and letters of Charles Sumner: volume 1, Chapter 14: first weeks in London.—June and July, 1838.—Age, 27. (search)
ew my relation to you, Your countryman Story, I think, has written the best law-book in the English language after Blackstone; and I must not omit to add that, before going to Doctors' Commons, I breakfasted with a friend of the common-law bar, Mr. White, William Frederick White, with whom Sumner breakfasted June 5. in King's Bench Walk, Temple, and found in his library your Conflict of Laws. All the courts of Westminster I have seen. Mr. Justice Vaughan was kind enough to quit the bench dWilliam Frederick White, with whom Sumner breakfasted June 5. in King's Bench Walk, Temple, and found in his library your Conflict of Laws. All the courts of Westminster I have seen. Mr. Justice Vaughan was kind enough to quit the bench during a hearing, and speak with me. He has treated me with the greatest distinction. Day after to-morrow I dine with him to meet the Vice-Chancellor Sir Lancelot Shadwell. and Alexander, William Alexander, 1761-1842; Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, 1824-31. the old Chief Baron, with several other judges. Mr. Justice Vaughan has already mentioned my visit to Tindal and Denman, and they have been pleased to say that they shall be glad to see me. I am struck with the spirit of comity wh