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About the Book
From the Preface.
This is a collection of papers on some rather unusual points of Evidence, which are scantily treated in the text-books, but which deserve exhaustive examination and setting forth. Most of the papers have been printed in legal periodicals - The Green Bag, Central Law Journal, and American Law Review - and I am indebted to the courtesy of the proprietors of these periodicals for permission to reproduce them in this form. I have added to these two papers contributed to the American Law Register, in my youth - my first attempts at reforming the law of Evidence - which may have some historical interest, inasmuch as they point to a time, not very far back, when that law was less conveniently and sensibly administered than at present. These last are boyish performances, marked, as Talleyrand would say, by "too much zeal," but I am by no means ashamed of them, and especially am I not ashamed of the instinct and impulse which so early led me in that direction and which have never changed.
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