Occasional speeches.

Occasional speeches.

Occasional speeches.

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Edition Details

  • Creators or Attribution (Responsibility): Oliver Wendell Holmes, Mark De Wolfe Howe
  • Language: English
  • Publication Information: Cambridge, Belknap Press of Harvard University Press 1962
  • Type: Book
  • Permalink: http://books.lawi.us/occasional-speeches/ (Stable identifier)

Additional Format

Online version: Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1841-1935. Occasional speeches. Cambridge, Belknap Press of Harvard University Press 1962 (OCoLC)602208601

Short Description

VI, 178 pages 22 cm

Purpose and Intended Audience

Useful for students learning an area of law, Occasional speeches. is also useful for lawyers seeking to apply the law to issues arising in practice.

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Bibliographic information

  • Publisher: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press
  • Responsable Person: Compiled by Mark DeWolfe Howe.
  • Publication Date: 1962
  • Number of Editions: 20 editions
  • First edition Date: 1900
  • Last edition Date: 2013
  • Languages: English, German
  • Library of Congress Code: KF385
  • OCLC: 477009

Main Contents

Remarks at the Harvard commencement dinner. June 22, 1880
Memorial Day; May 30, 1884
Harvard College in the war. June 25, 1884
The law. February 5, 1885
The Puritan. February 12, 1886
The profession of the law. February 17, 1886
On receiving the degree of Doctor of Laws. June 30, 1886
The use of law schools. November 5, 1886
Remarks to the Essex Bar. undated
Sidney Bartlett. March 23, 1889
Daniel S. Richardson. April 15, 1890
Anonymity and achievement. June 3, 1890
The use of colleges. February 3, 1891
William Allen. September 15, 1891
Paul Bourget. December 4, 1893
Rudyard Kipling. April 24, 1895
The soldier's faith. May 30, 1895
Learning and science. June 25, 1895
Arthur P. Bonney and Frederic T. Greenhalge. April 21, 1896
Rudolph C. Lehmann. November24, 1896
George Otis Shattuck. May 29, 1897
Commencement address. June 17, 1897
The fraternity of arms. December 11, 1897
Edward Avery and Erastus Worthington. May 2, 1898
Albert Venn Dicey. November 4, 1898
Admiral Dewey. October 14, 1899
Walbridge Abner Field. November 25, 1899
Dr. S. Weir Mitchell. March 4, 1900
Speech at a dinner given by the Bar Association of Boston. March 7, 1900
William Crowinshield Endicott. November 24, 1900
John Marshall. February 4, 1901
Ipswich. July 31, 1902
Dedicatory exercises. Northwestern University Law School. October 20, 1902
Despondency and hope. October 21, 1902
A provisional adieu. November 14, 1902
Twenty years in retrospect. December 3, 1902
Remarks before the Second Army Corps Association. March 13, 1903
The Class of '61. June 28, 1911
Reflections on the past and future. September 27, 1912
Law and the Court. February 15, 1913
Tribute to John Chipman Gray. March 12, 1915
The race is over. March 8, 1931.

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