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WELLINGTON. October 18. Some thirty members of the legal profession attended at the Appeal Court at 10.30 to-day, when Mr Brandon, president of the Law Society, asked the Chief Justice to unveil the portrait of the late Judge Richmond, which had been painted for the society. Sir J. Prendergaat said he accepted the task with pleasure. Both he and his brother judges each in his own district had so recently expressed their opinions of the deceased Judge that he would not reiterate the sentiments, but he hoped the picture would remain for generations an exemplar to the Bench, the-Bar, and (he public. He then withdrew the screen from the portrait, which proved to be an excellent likeness.

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A JUDGE'S PORTRAIT., Issue 10447, 18 October 1897

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A JUDGE'S PORTRAIT. Issue 10447, 18 October 1897

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