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" Commonwealth shall respectively have power to admit a competent number of persons of an honest disposition, and learned in the law, to practice as attorneys in their respective courts. "
Woman's Work in America - Página 236
editado por - 1891 - 457 páginas
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Laws enacted in the general assembly of the commonwealth

1824
...appointed to be holden. VIII. OF ATTORNIES. SECTION 68. The judges of the several courts of record of this Commonwealth shall respectively have power to admit...an honest disposition, and learned in the law, to practise as attorneys in their respective courts. SECTION 69. Before any attorney, admitted as aforesaid,...
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Charter to William Penn, and Laws of the Province of Pennsylvania: Passed ...

Pennsylvania - 1879 - 614 páginas
...kind returned by the Sheriff. And Be it further Enactedby the Authority a/ores'1, That there may be a competent Number of persons of an honest Disposition, and learned in the Law, admitted by the justices of the said respective Courts, to practice as Attornies there ; who shall...
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Weekly Notes of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court ..., Volumen14

1884
...Courts to demand for the admission of attorneys. " The Judges of the several Courts of record of this Commonwealth shall respectively have power to admit...competent number of persons of an honest disposition, and earned in the law, to practice as attorneys in their respective Courts" (sec. 68). It is too plain...
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Luzerne Legal Register Reports, Volumen3

George Brubaker Kulp, Joseph D. Coons, Wesley E. Woodruff - 1886
...courts of justice," PL 354, "it is enacted that the judges of the several courts of record of this commonwealth shall respectively have power to admit a competent number of persons learned in the law to practice as attorneys in their respective courts." Section 73 of this act provides,...
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The Chicago Law Times, Volumen1

1887
...Mrs. Kilgore then tried to have a law passed forbidding exclusion on account of sex, but the Judiciary Committee of the Senate took the position that the...number of persons of an honest disposition, and learned iir'the law, to practice as attorneys in their respective courts." The Senate finally passed the clause...
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The National Exposition Souvenir: What America Owes to Women

Lydia Hoyt Farmer - 1893 - 505 páginas
...Mrs. Kilgore then tried to have a law passed forbidding exclusion on account of sex, but the Judiciary Committee of the Senate took the position that the...have power to admit a competent number of persons of any honest disposition and learned in the law, to practice as attorneys in their respective courts.'...
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Revised Statutes of the State of Delaware, of Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-two ...

Delaware - 1893 - 1017 páginas
...bringing forward and expediting the trial of causes and finishing executions. SEC. 6. There may be a competent number of persons, of an honest disposition and learned in the law, admitted by the judges of the respective courts to practice as attornies there, who shall behave themselves...
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Brightly's Purdon's Digest: A Digest of the Statute Law of the ..., Volumen1

Pennsylvania - 1894
...by himself and counsel, or either of them.(c) 2. The judges of the several courts of record of this commonwealth shall respectively have power to admit...practice as attorneys in their respective courts, (d) 8. Before any attorney, admitted as aforesaid, shall make any plea at the bar, except in his own...
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The Statutes at Large of Pennsylvania from 1682 to 1801, Volumen3

Pennsylvania, James Tyndale Mitchell, Henry Flanders - 1896
...the sheriff. [Section XV.] And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That there may be a competent number of persons of an honest disposition, and learned in the law, admitted by the justices of the said respective courts, to practice as attorneys there; who shall behave...
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History of the Harvard Law School and of Early Legal Conditions in ..., Volumen1

Charles Warren - 1908
...The first Statute as to the admission of lawyers was enacted in 1722, providing that "there may be a competent number of persons of an honest disposition and learned in the law admitted by the justices ... to practice as attorneys." A form of oath was also prescribed. Although...
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