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Nine portraits of barristers’ stances.
The Law. Sir George Jessel, Master of the Rolls and member of the Privy Council.
Contempt of Court. The Hon. Sir James Bacon, Vice-Chancellor and Chief Judge in Bankruptcy.
London: Stock Market: ‘Well-Known Faces in the Consol Market’.
Nine portraits of characters in the courtrooms.
John Law: Scottish economist responsible for the Mississippi Bubble.
Matrimonial Causes. Sir Francis Jeune, judge in the Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division of the High Court. STUFF
A Risen Barrister. Sir John Coleridge, Chief Justice of Common Pleas. ARG
Bank of England: Looking towards the Mansion House. View of the South side of St Bartholomew Lane looking West. To the right of Mansion House is the spire of St Antholin, Budge Row.
The Irish Lawyer. Lord Morris of Spiddal, Lord Chief Justice of the King’s Bench for Ireland. STUFF
Cartoon. Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown.
Doorway Temple Church. Frontispiece. “London. As It Is. Drawn and lithographed by Thomas Shotter Boys. 90 Great Portland Street” graffiti’d onto the wall right of the doorway by three young children. Finished with hand colouring.
London Stock Exchange: Being “Hammered”.
‘Specific Performance’. Sir Edward Fry QC. SPY.
Portia of the Courts: Georgina Weldon successfully sued numerous persons including her husband and her doctor whilst representing herself, and over 20 years brought over a 100 cases to the court. Portia is in reference to the heroine of Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice. SPY.
Stock Exchange: ‘Pillars of the City’, scene with prominent stockbrokers.
A Little Lush. Sir Robert Lush, bencher of Gray’s Inn and Justice of the Queen’s Bench. SPY.
‘His father invented Pickwick’ Sir Henry Fielding Dickens, KC, son of Charles Dickens. SPY.
That won’t do, you know! Sir Lewis William Cave, Justice of the Queen’s Bench. SPY
‘Heads of the Law’: The Lord Chief Justice and other senior Judges. SPY.
Cartoon: The Spoil Sport or the Culprit who admitted everything.
London Stock Exchange: Pillars of the City.
Middle and Inner Temple: Bird’s eye view from the Thames to Temple church.
‘Steady going’: Justice Sir Matthew Joyce. SPY.
Inns of Court: Aerial view over the Temple and courts of Justice. With text.
‘The Recorder’: Sir James Fulton, Recorder of London. SPY.
London Stock Exchange: Satirical map depicting the major trading sectors including Oil, Insurance, Rubber, Tea, and Railways.
Five vignettes of a day in the Lord Chief Justice’s court.
Middle and Inner Temple: View of the buildings in 1720.
Middle Temple: New library and Parliament chambers.
The New Law Courts. View from the Strand at the front elevation of the Royal Courts of Justice.
The Old Fashioned Judge. Baron Ludlow of Heywood, Lord Justice of Appeal. QUIZ
Celebrated libel case of Charles Adams v his father in law, Lord Chief Justice Coleridge, and brother in law following his elopement.
Her Majesty’s Judges in Ireland, 1891. Showing leading judges from all three divisions of the High Court.
Oxford University. Bachelor of Laws (Civil and Common Law).
Visualisation of the new Law Courts, designed by Edmund George Street. Building commenced in 1873 and the Courts of Justice were completed in1882.
Right Hon. Baron Alverstone. Lord Chief Justice of England.
Royal Exchange: Three perspectives. The Interior, the North entrance and as it was when built by Sir Thomas Gresham in 1571.
Claimant’s Counsel. Edward Vaughan Keneally, best known for his defence of the claimant to the Tichborne estate. SPY
‘Master of the Knife’. Royal Surgeon Sir Alfred Fripp.
3rd Commissioner: Red Robed Judge. Sir Archibald Levin Smith. SPY
Doctors in Labour: Satire of the celebrated case of Mary Toft, who convinced several eminent physicians she had given birth to rabbits.
Pathology: Apotheosis of Hippocrates. Hippocrates holds the Patera of Health and Staff of Aesculapius. Hygeia strews medicinal flowers whilst Apollo shoots the Python of Pestilence.
Baccarat Case: Sketches in the Court Room of the celebrated case of Sir Gordon-Cumming, accused of cheating at cards with the Prince of Wales amongst others.
Hydrophobia (Rabies). Louis Pasteur after Theobaed Chartran.
Law: Allegory of Wisdom (Minerva), Experience (Aged man) Authority with Mace of Power, Obedience kneeling, Respect standing at a distance with Union of Justice, with her symbols, and Mercy, with olive of peace, poppy of oblivion, treading on the instruments of punishment.