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The Bench and Bar of Colorado

lett was too modest to mention, and he was immediately seated inside the rail. I believe he had never before been present at a session of the Supreme Court.

The written law he knew; the precepts which are writ, in a dead language, upon the lintel of this building and upon these walls, were living sentiments in his heart and guide posts of his daily walk.