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Essays and addresses. Vol. 20 /
William Renwick Riddell.
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1929-1930.
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33 items in 1 volume.
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1929-1930.
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"Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live:" Exodus, XXII, 18 [Journal of The American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology, Vol. XX, No. 3, November, 1929] (pages [355]-359) -- Settlement of an "Appeal" as a bar to an indictment at the Common Law ; A glimpse of law in the early thirteenth century ; A notable trial for slave trading ; A day in court in Scotland in the olden times [Journal of The American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology, Vol. XX, No. 4, February, 1930] (pages [565]-581) --Some more Bassets: written for The Honorable Mr. Justice Bassett of the Supreme Court of Maine [Illinois Law Review, Volume XXIV, Number 5, January, 1930] (pages 612-614) -- An action at law in the time of the Commonwealth [New York University Law Quarterly Review, Volume VII, Number 1, September, 1929] (pages [74]-87) -- Impeachment in England and English colonies [New York University Law Quarterly Review, Volume VII, Number 3, March, 1930] (pages [702]-708) -- Benjamin Franklin and colonial money [The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. LIV, No. 213, January, 1930] (pages 52-64) -- Dr. New's Life of Lord Durham: a review [McMaster University Monthly, Vol. XXXIX, No. 5, February, 1930] (pages [232]-239) -- Dr. New's Life of Lord Durham: a review (8 pages) -- An old-time story [Boston University Law Review, Volume IX, Number 4, November, 1929] (pages [253]-257) -- A former John Hoskin [The Canadian Bar Review, Vol. VII, No. 10, December, 1929] (pages 707-[710]) -- The Knights of St. John of Jerusalem and early French Canada [The Masonic Sun, Vol. XXXIII, No. 10, April, 1930] (pages [291]-292) -- What is a Canadian citizen? : an address delivered before The Empire Club, Toronto, April, 25th, 1929 (23 pages) -- Chief Baron Pollock [reprinted from The Canadian Bar Review for October, 1929] (3 pages) -- Popular dentistry in the late Middle Ages [Oral Hygiene, Volume 20, Number 3, March, 1930] (pages 500-503) -- Popular dentistry in the late Middle Ages [Oral Hygiene] ([4] unnumbered pages) -- Health legislation in the province [The Canada Lancet and Practitioner, Vol. 74, No. 1, January, 1930] (pages 13-18) -- The "Ancient Physician," Dr. Thomas Dover, and his "Legacy" to his country [The Canada Lancet and Practitioner, Vol. 74, No. 2, February, 1930] (pages 57-66) -- A case of "Ship Fever" in French Canada [The Canada Lancet and Practitioner, Vol. 74, No. 4, April, 1930] (pages 132-134) -- Nature's own remedies [Canada Lancet and Practitioner, Vol. 74, No. 6, June, 1930] (pages 208-217 : portraits) -- Dr. John Radcliffe and the Lues Venerea [The Canada Lancet and Practitioner, Vol. 75, No. 1, July, 1930] (pages 12-16) -- Truly scientific prognosis in disease ; Folk-medicine and appendicitis [The Canadian Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Vol. 66, No. 6, December, 1929] (pages 168-173) -- Hippocrates and hiccup [The Canadian Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Vol. 67, No. 2, February, 1930] (pages 41-46) -- From slave to Governor [The Dalhousie Review, Vol. IX, No. 4, January, 1930] (pages [475]-480) -- From slave to Governor [The Dalhousie Reivew] (pages [475]-480) -- Benjamin Franklin and colonial money [Trans. R.S.C., Section II, 1929] (pages 105-114) -- Truly scientific prognosis in disease [reprinted from the Medical Journal and Record for November 6, 1929] (4, [1] pages) -- A plague ship in early French Canada [reprinted from the Medical Journal and Record for January 1, 1930] ([2] unnumbered leaves) -- The first French edition of Fracastorius' Syphilidis sive De morbo gallico libri tres: by the Honorable William Renwick Riddell [reprinted from the Archives of Dermatology and Syphilology, January, 1930, Vol. 21, p. 112] -- Letters from Charles and Mary Lamb to Fanny Kelly [Trans. R.S.C., Section II, 1929] (pages 95-104) -- Administration of criminal law in the far north of Canada [reprinted from the Journal of the American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology, Vol. XX, No. 2, August, 1929] (pages [294]-302) -- Epilepsy and its former treatment : Secundum artem and by natural magic [reprinted from the Medical Journal and Record for February 19 and March 5, 1930 (15, [1] pages) -- A case of "ship fever" in French Canada [reprinted from the Medical Journal and Record for December 18, 1929] (2, [1] pages) -- The Knights of St. John of Jerusalem and early French Canada ([2] unnumbered pages)
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Binder's title.
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Set made up of offprints and detached copies of articles from various publications.
local note
Victoria University Library has microfiche copies of many individual titles.
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10491405
 
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