The Dictionary of Legal Quotations

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The Dictionary of Legal Quotations is a dictionary of quotations compiled by James William Norton-Kyshe and published in 1904.

When this book was first published it was "quite a novelty among legal publications".[1] The "value and interest" of the learning contained in this collection is "for the scholar rather than for the active practitioner".[2]


  1. ^ F H S. "Book Reviews". The American Law Register. Vol 53. No 3. March 1905. Page 198. JSTOR.
  2. ^ "Books and Periodicals" (1905) 18 Harvard Law Review 557 JSTOR


  • Norton-Kyshe. The Dictionary of Legal Quotations. 1904. Digitized copies from Internet Archive: [1] [2].
  • Marke, Julius J (editor). A Catalogue of the Law Collection at New York University. The Law Centre of New York University. New York: 1953. Reprinted by the Lawbook Exchange Limited. 1999. Page 1213 from Google Books.
  • "Reviews and Notices" (1905) 21 Law Quarterly Review 95 Internet Archive.

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