The Flush Times of Alabama and Mississippi: A Series of Sketches

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page ii
  • Introduction v
  • Contents xi
  • Ovid Bolus, Esq., - Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery 1
  • My First Appearance At the Bar 15
  • The Bench and the Bar 34
  • How the Times Served the Virginians. Virginians in a New Country. The Rise, Decline, and Fall Of the Rag Empire 52
  • Assault and Battery 77
  • Simon Suggs, Jr., Esq. - A Legal Biography CORRESPONDENCE 83
  • Squire A. And the Fritters 104
  • Jonathan And the Constable 108
  • Sharp Financiering 111
  • Cave Burton, Esq., Of Kentucky 113
  • Justification After Verdict 130
  • An Affair of Honor 141
  • Hon. S. S. Prentiss 144
  • The Bar Of The South=West 163
  • The Hon. Francis Strother 183
  • Mr. Tee And Mr. Gee 193
  • Scan. Mag. 198
  • An Equitable Set=Off 199
  • A Cool Rejoiner 201
  • A Hung Court 202
  • Samuel Hele, Esq. 208
  • John Stout Esq., And Mark Sullivan 223
  • Mr. Onslow 229
  • Jo. Heyfron 233
  • Old Uncle John Olive 235
  • Examining a Candidate For License 240
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