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" Charles Hitchcock possessed a mind of singular precision and power. It was in a marked degree a judicial mind, capable of an impartial view of both sides of a question and of arriving at a just conclusion. In his practice he was absolutely fair, never... "
History of the City of Dayton and Montgomery County, Ohio - Page 404
by Augustus Waldo Drury - 1909
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The Bench and the Bar of Illinois: Historical and Reminiscent, Volume 2

John McAuley Palmer - Illinois - 1899 - 1213 pages
...and power, — in a marked degree a judicial mind, capable of an impartial view of both sides of a question and of arriving at a just conclusion. In...which were few, in the open field, face to face with the foe. On the bench he has achieved distinction by his fearless loyalty to duty and by his freedom...
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Kansas City, Missouri: Biographical

Carrie Westlake Whitney - Kansas City (Mo.) - 1908
...He possesses a mind of singular precision and power, capable of an impartial view of both sides of a question and of arriving at a just conclusion. In his practice he is absolutely fair, never indulging in artifice or concealment, never dealing in indirect methods but...
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History of Huron County, Ohio: Its Progress and Development, with ..., Volume 1

Abraham J. Baughman - Huron County (Ohio) - 1909
...methods but winning his victories, which have been many, and suffering his defeats, which have been few, in the open field face to face with his foe. He convinces by his concise statements of law and facts rather than by word painting and so high is the...
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Chicago: Its History and Its Builders, a Century of Marvelous Growth, Volume 4

Josiah Seymour Currey - Chicago (Ill.) - 1912
...and power. It was in a marked degree a judicial mind, capable of an impartial view of both sides of a question and of arriving at a just conclusion. In...the highest distinction and he deserved it. He was eminent as a lawyer, as a member of the convention which framed the organic law of the state and as...
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Missouri the Center State: 1821-1915, Volume 4

Walter Barlow Stevens - Missouri - 1915
...He possesses a mind of singular precision and power, capable of an impartial view of both sides of a question and of arriving at a just conclusion. In his practice he is absolutely fair, never indulging in artifice or concealment, never dealing in indirect methods but...
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The University of Chicago Magazine, Volumes 5-6

1919
...and power. It was in a marked degree a judicial mind, capable of an impartial view of both sides of a question and of arriving at a just conclusion. In...few, in the open field face to face with his foe." It was high praise that was given him by a lawyer who had known him ultimately since. they entered...
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Centennial History of Missouri: (the Center State) One Hundred ..., Volume 4

Walter Barlow Stevens - Missouri - 1921
...He possesses a mind of singular precision and power, capable ot an impartial view of both sides of a question and of arriving at a just conclusion. In his practice he is absolutely fair, never Indulging in artifice or concealment. SHANNON C. DOUGLASS Vol. IV— 47 never...
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The University of Chicago Biographical Sketches, Volume 1

Thomas Wakefield Goodspeed - 1924
...and power. It was in a marked degree a judicial mind, capable of an impartial view of both sides of a question and of arriving at a just conclusion. In...few, in the open field face to face with his foe. " It was high praise that was given him by a lawyer who had known him intimately since they entered...
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