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1 Sumner was the author of two sketches of the Law School,—one, an article in the ‘American Jurist,’ Jan., 1835. Vol. XIII. pp. 107-130; and the other, ‘A Report of the Committee of Overseers,’ Feb., 1850. Works, Vol. II. pp. 377-392. Another history of the school, by Professor Emory Washburn, may be found in ‘The Harvard Book,’ Vol. I. pp. 223-231.
3 Judge Story's funeral discourse on Professor Ashmun was printed in the ‘American Jurist,’ July, 1833, Vol. X. pp. 40-52. An extract is copied in Story's ‘Life and Letters,’ Vol. II. pp. 143-148. Sumner was ‘the interesting friend’ referred to in the discourse.
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