16 Mass. L.Q. [i] (1930-1931)

handle is hein.barjournals/malr0016 and id is 1 raw text is: VOLUME XVI.

NUMBER 1.

Massachusetts
Law Quarterly
SPECIAL NUMBER, SEPTEMBER 5, 1930
CONTENTS
FARE
A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT OF
MASSACHUSETIS WITH PORTRAITS OF THE CHIEF MAGISTRATES OF THE BAY
COLONY BETWEEN 1630 AND 1692 ..  ..........    ....... 1
PORTArrs OF SIx OF THE LEADERS OF THE BAR BETWEEN 1720 AND 1767 . 11-13
PORTRAITS OF THE 'CHIEF JUSTICES UNDER THE PROVINCE CHARTER BETWEEN
1692 AND 1775 . ...................          17
PORTRAITS OF THE CHIEF JUSTICES 1775-1930 .. ...........          23
AN ACCOUNT OF THE STRUGGLE FOR RATIFICATION OF THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION
IN MASSACHUSETTS IN 1788 .. ...... . ...    ......... ...35
PORTRAITS OF THE JUSTICES APPOINTED FROM MASSACHUSETTS TO THE SUPREME
COURT OF THE UNITED STATES ......    ...............       39
NOTE ON THE PORTRAITS OF WILLIAM CUSHING .. ....... ..       ... 39
CoPY OF LETTER OF WILLIAM CUSHING DECLINING THE COMMISSION OF CHIEF
JUSTICE OF THE UNITED STATES IN 1796 ....  ............ .    41
Presented by the Massachusetts Bar Association
at the
Luncheon given by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
in Honor of Visiting Lawyers from Beyond the Sea
in Faneuil Hall, September 5, 1930
Issued Quarterly by the
MASSACHUSETTS BAR ASSOCIATION, 60 State St., Boston, Mass.

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