"The Laws of the Ancient Hebrews" Dick, Robert Paine [1823-1898]. Introductory Lecture By Hon. Robert P. Dick, U.S. District Judge. Before The Law School, Greensboro, N.C. Before The Law School, Greensboro, N.C. At Second Session, 1880. Greensboro, NC: Jos. M. Reece, 1880. 20,  pp. Octavo (8-1/2" x 5-1/2"). Stab-stitched pamphlet in printed wrappers. Light soiling, fading to sections of wrappers, vertical crease through center, some wear to spine ends and corners, light toning to text. $450. * Only edition. The introductory lecture is "The Laws of the Ancient Hebrews," a survey by the prominent North Carolina jurist, biblical scholar and co-proprietor of the Greensboro Law School. Dick stresses the lasting influence of Hebrew law, the principles of which "form the basis of the laws and free institutions of our Great Republic" (20). The pamphlet also includes information on the Greensboro Law School, including tuition and other fees, a summary of the course of study, and a list of 62 alumni. Dick established the school in partnership with John H. Dillard in 1873. Also known as the Dick and Dillard School, it educated nearly 300 students and was one of the most prestigious law schools in the state. It closed in 1893. OCLC locates 7 copies, 2 in law schools (Duke, University of North Carolina).
Book number 71061