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Chapter 3: Mr. Sumner on leaving College. private Studies. opportunities and Preparations. spirit of the works of genius. Daniel Webster. Mr. Sumner enters the Law School. method of study. Mr. Justice Story. Mr. Sumner's regard for him. his eloquent Tribute to him. his Indebtedness to him. Mr. Sumner contributes to the American jurist. Studies with Benjamin Rand, Esq. his regard for the Law School. his Admission to the bar. Sumner's Reports. Compliment of Baron Parke. lectures to the Dane Law School. Edits Andrew Dunlap's Admiralty practice. his Promise as a Lawyer. his acquaintance with Dr. S. G. Howe. It is by dint of steady labor; it is by giving enough of application to the work, and having enough of time for the doing of it; it is by regular painstaking and the plying of constant assiduties,--it is by these, and not by any process of legerdemain, that we secure the strength and the stability of real excellence. It was thus that Demosth