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LANGBEINS' DISTRICT COURT PRACTICE.
COMMENDATIONS BY THE JUSTICES.
FIRST DISTRICT COURT,
June 20th, 1872.
It gives a succinct and comprehensive history of their creation, organization and practice, and contains references to the various and somewhat conflicting statutes relating to them, as well as the latest decisions of the courts thereon.
It appears to me to be carefully prepared, and will especially commend itself to the young practitioners, to whom it cannot fail to prove indispensable.
The authors deserve great credit for their indastry and research in having thus supplied an urgent want very much felt by the profession. I take great pleasure in recommending it to their patronage.
DENIS QUINN, Justice First District Court.
DISTRICT COURT IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK,
FOR THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT,
New York, June 3rd, 1872. Messrs. LANGBEIN BROS.
Gentlemen :-Your new work on the District Courts has been submitted to me, and I have examined the same.
It is a full, complete and exhaustive work on these courts, and you deserve credit for your research and labors. The Forms are, as intended by you, " practical," and will be useful not only to the practitioner, but also to the marshals and their assistants. It will lessen their labors, and at the same time make them more careful in their practice. The work should be in the hands of every practitioner of these courts. Very respectfully, yours,
CITY OF NEW YORK,
Third District Court,
New York, July 6th, 1872. Gentlemen :- I have examined with some care your work on "The District Courts in the City of New York," and must congratulate you warmly upon the success which has attended your labors. The work displays great industry and careful research in its preparation, and supplies a want that was much felt by the profession. Your publication cannot fail to meet with a cordial reception, as it certainly entitles you to the gratitude of the legal practitioners of our city. Yours, respectfully,
JAMES W. FOWLER.
Justice. Messrs. GEORGE F. & J. C. JULIUS LANGBEIN.
City of New York, Fourth District Court, /
New York, Jane 24th, 1872. 5 I have carefully examined the new work on District Court Practice, written by the firm of Langbein Brothers, and in my opinion it can safely be pronounced the best book of the kind ever published, and a reliable guide for practitioners unaccustomed to the practice in said courts.
154 Clinton-Street, June 21st, 1872. My Dear Sir:-1 beg leave to express my admiration for the very excellent treatise upon the District Court Practice recently issued by your firm.
After a careful cxamination of this very valuable book, I feel obliged to state that you have very creditably supplied a want which has long been felt by the profession; hence, I cannot hesitate to express the highest commendation of your zealous labors.
Justice, &c. GEORGE F. LANGBEIN, Esq., of LANGBEIN Bros.
June 29th, 1872. Gents:-My examination of your work on "District Court Practice” has satisfied me, that a want long felt by the judges of these courts and the profession generally has at length been supplied. The admirable manner in which you have arranged the various statutes, will aid materially in giving a proper and necessary knowledge to both judges and counsel, for the performance of their respective duties,
The position of justice in one of these court: is, I assure you, no sinecure, and any work that tends to simplify their duties is a benefit to them, and consequently to the public, as it promotes the speedy administration of justice, which is the great aim in the formation of these courts. Hoping your book may meet with that encouragement to which its merit entitles it,
I am very truly, yours, &c.,
Justice, Seventh District Court. Messrs. LANGBEIN BROS.
Eighth Judicial District,
New York, June nd, 1872. Gents:--I have examined the work prepared by you in relation to the District Courts in the City of New York, and congratulate you upon the result of your labors. You have evidently given the subject of the history of these courts and the decisions relating to the practice therein, a thorough examination.
The work is very full, well arranged, and with the addition of the “ practical forms" will be found a ready and most useful book of reference; and greatly aid not only the profession, but many others connected with these courts in various official capacities.
WILLIAM J. KANE,
Justice, Eighth District Court. Messrs. LANGBEIN BROS.
Ninth District Court.
New York, June 5ti, 1872. Messrs. LANGBEIN Bros.
Gentlemen:-I regret that I have been able to give to your work on the District Courts only a brief and cursory examination. I have not failed to discover, however, evidences of careful and judicious labor; and I notice several new features which deserve commendation.
I have no question, that the work will prove an authority, and will be of great service to the District Courts and to the profession, and will supply a want which both have for a long time recognized.
Very truly yours,