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to identify one, 181, 1.
idiosyncrasies, 161, 7.
if you please, 56, 8.
I guess, 113, 1.
ill-fated, 108, 5; 123, 5.
ill-favoured, 94, 3
immediate, 234, 4.
to impanel a jury, 191, 1.
impassive medium, 215, 3.
impromptu, 7, 1.

in as much as, 182; 7.
incapacitated, 208, 4.
indefeasible, 219, 5.
individuality, 209, 1.
infant, 153, 5.
infantile, 194, 2.
injunction, 182, 3.
in medias res, 146, 8.
inner office, 240, 3.
inns of court, 149, 6.
insidious, 175, 1.
intelligence, 209, 1.

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last (at the ), 225, 1. mail, 123, 1.
last event, 234, 2.

last will and testament,

101,

4.

late (deceased), 203, 6.

to invalidate a will, 175, 2. Law Courts, 187, 4; 188,

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2; 188, 5.

to lay one's hand upon,
2.

161,

to lay to heart, 161, 1.
to lead a conversation
round, 139, 1.
leader, 195, 1.
learned counsel, 152, 4.

to leave a thing to look
after itself, 232, 7.

leeward, 58, 4.

main line, 134, 3.
maintenance, 165, 6.

to make a clean breast of,
148, 3.

to make a living, 40, 5.
to make a pleasure of ne-

cessity, 177, 2.

to make an island, 68, 1;
81, 6.

to make hay, 17, 1.
to make much of, 215, 6.
to make out, 105, 4.
to make sure of, 142, 1.
to make up one's mind,
196, 2.

managing partner, 1, 1.

leg (to be on one's -), mania, 215, 6.

197,
6.
legal etiquette, 155, 2.
legal types, 192, 2.
let's on with, 21, 2.
libel, 58, 6.
lichen, 84, 2.
to lie about, 71, 4.

man of peace, 194, 4.
to march down upon, 231, 5.
to march up, 242, 2.
to mark a fee on a brief,
152, 8; 195, 2.
market (to put upon the —)
182, 2.

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medium, 94, 1.
melting-pot, 3, 5.
to merge in, 208, 1.
mesne, 236, 3.
mesne profits, 235, 1.
metaphorically, 184, 2.
to mete, 65, 4.
methods of trading, 216, 3.
middle-aged, 172, 2.
might (as best she -),
143, 2.

nerve, 181, 7.

net gain, 243, 4.
netting, 43, 5.
never, 39, 1.
newsboys, 132, 6.
next-of-kin, 203, 5.
nodding acquaintance,
152,

1.

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for it),

non compos mentis, 215, 5.
none too soon, 102, 5.
nothing (there is
128, 4.
nothing to say (to have
to), 28, 6; 56, 6.
novel, 192, 7.

might (as well he-), 96, 6. novel point, 207, 6.
mile, 134, 1.
now for it, 145, 1.
million-numbered trage- nuptial tie, 232, 3.
dy, 33, 4.
mill-race, 72, 8.

minister, 25,

4.

minor literary circles,
193,
2.

minor points, 218,

5.

minx, 16, 4.

missus, 113, 9.
mob, 72, 1.

mock hilarity, 237, 1.
moiety, 243, 7.
monstrum horrendum,
informe, ingens, 188, 3.
motion day, 152, 7; 172, 3.
mound, 233, 6.
mourning, 140, 4.
moving tale, 124, 2.
mummy (mamma), 71, 1.
mustachio, 125, 4.

Obediently yours, 235, 6.
obiter dictum, 161, 4.
oblige (a reply will -),
235, 7.

oblivious of, 204, 6.
ocean growth, 78, 5.
odd volume, 154, 3.
odds, 166, 1.
odds and ends, 130, 4.
of (by), 7, 3.
of all men,
131, 2.
off, 102, 4; 112, 1.
officers of the Court, 197,4.
Oliver Twist, 58,
ominous words, 211, 4.
on (to be), 152, 3.
one way and another, 15, 2.
to open out of, 136, 2.

1.

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pair of them (a —), 148, 1.
pall, 65, 3.

to palpitate, 197, 3.
to pander, 62, 3.
to parade, 216, 7.
paraffin, 28, 3.
paralysed, 246, 3.
part (the best -), 85, 3.
partner, 1, 1.

to pass under a will, 126, 7.
to pay (of a business), 243, 9.
pays (it is piety as―), 3, 3.
pea-jacket, 71, 2.
pecuniary reward, 166, 2.
peerage, 52, 1.
penal, 33, 1.

pending cause, 182, 5.
perch, 193, 4.

perennial, 122, 4.

permanence of work, 100, 3.
to permeate, 124, 7.
perplexed, 154, 4.

personal question, 213, 5.
persuaded (to be —), 89, 1.
perversity, 220, 3.
petitioner, 232, 5.
photographic copyright,
183, 1.

to pick out of the gutter,
14, 2.
pigment, 119, 4.

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plucked one (a), 16, 2; prospective piles of proofs,

3.

97, 5.
to plunge, 44,
p. m., 128, 1.
point-blank, 103, 2.
point of a matter, 158, 1.
points of a speech, 237, 6.
to poise, 100,
to poke, 171,

2.

6.

poky, 189,

3.

132, 3.
publishee, 205, 1.
to puff. 4, 1.

7.

6.

to recover one's nerve, 204, 5.
rector, 25, 4.
Red-book, 135, 5.

red tape, 227, 1.

7.

4.

to reek, 14, 1; 103,
1.
to reel, 46, 7; 107,
to refer to, 212, 4.
to refit, 120, 2.

to pull a string, 57,
to pull up, 135, 1; 201, 1.
pulmonary complaint,
26, 3.
Pump Court, 151,
punishment, 63, 2.

6.

3.

to polish one's eye-glasses, puppet in hand, 131,

3.

6.

176,
4.
pomegranate, 122,
Pompadour Hall, 15,
Ponta Delgada, 120, 4.
port, 43, 5; 46, 3.
4.
to portray, 216,
pot-boiler, 40, 4.
Poultry (the), 155, 4.
practical joke, 160, 3.
practice in the Divorce

Court, 169, 6.
practised mind, 215, 4.
precious few, 79, 3.
premises, 14, 4.

purchase price of shares,

243, 3.
purlieus, 51, 6.
purpose (to some —),
20, 5; 100, 8; 144, 2.
to put a case, 131, 4.
to put in, 110, 5.
3.
to put one off, 146,
to put one to do, 186, 4.
to put to inconvenience,
158, 3.

3.

to put to rights, 111,
to put up a door, 86, 4.

present and past tense (in Q. C., 126,

the −), 51,

5.

press (going to -), 133, 6.
'press agency, 123, 10.
to presume, 126, 6.
price (at a); 29, 1; 57, 4.
princess (from down),
99, 2.
principal, 26, 1.
private confessor, 104, 2.
probate, 125, 6; 127, 1.

2.

1.

qualm, 45, 4.
quarter-master, 46,
quarter-profit systeem,
104, 3.

questions in Parliament,
232,
8.

To rack, 92, 1.
railings, 136, 8.

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for),

to reply on a case, 218, 6.
reporters, 124, 1; 139, 4.
represented by counsel,
189, 1.

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to repudiate, 53, 4.
repute (house of -), 130,
respondent, 152, 9.
5.
restaurant, 18,
restraint on one's liberty,
175, 7.

to reverse a sentence 225, 3.
revises, 111, 1.

to revoke probate, 144,

163,
5.

1;

to revolutionise a business,
243, 1.

revulsion of feeling, 111, 8;
133, 7.

rich beyond the dreams of
avarice, 2, 5.
rigging, 66, 3.

Right Honorable, 126, 1.

to raise questions, 176, 5. rights, 8, 4.

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