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Author: Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.; Mark De Wolfe Howe
Publisher: Cambridge, Belknap Press of Harvard University Press 1962.
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Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1841-1935.
Occasional speeches.
Cambridge, Belknap Press of Harvard University Press 1962
(OCoLC)602208601
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.; Mark De Wolfe Howe
OCLC Number: 477009
Description: vi, 178 pages 22 cm
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.
Responsibility: Compiled by Mark DeWolfe Howe.

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