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JAMES EDWARD DAVIS,
OF THE MIDDLE TEMPLE, BARRISTER-AT-LAW;
BUTTERWORTHS, 7, FLEET STREET,
Law Publishers to the Queen's most excellent Majesty.
T. & T. CLARK AND BELL & BRADFUTE, EDINBURGH.
MELBOURNE: GEORGE ROBERTSON,
RIGHT HONBLE. THE EARL OF LICHFIELD.
DEAR LORD LICHFIELD,
There is no one to whom a critical examination, divested of all party considerations, of the changes effected in
the Labour Laws of this country could be more appropriately
dedicated than to your Lordship.
I therefore hope you will permit me to connect your name with these pages, and thus give me an opportunity of saying what a lively recollection I have of hours of earnest conversation at Shugborough and elsewhere on various public ques
tions, and how sincerely
Your Lordship’s faithful Servant,
JAMES EDWARD DAVIS.
1st October, 1875.