Celebration of John Marshall Day in Connecticut, 10 Yale Law Journal 203 (1901)
Mr. President and Gentlemen: There is something very impressive in this gathering. The Bar of Connecticut is here, but it is not simply a gathering of the Bar. The State is here in the presence of His Excellency, the Governor, but it is not simply a gathering in the name of the State, for you meet within the walls of the great University of Connecticut, which is yet more than the University of Connecticut. Here she has her home, but where, where are the bounds of the influence of Yale? [Great applause and cheers.] And why is it that the University on this occasion here in Connecticut, and at Harvard also, meets the Bar and the State to celebrate this day?
Date of Authorship for this Version
Baldwin, Simeon E., "Celebration of John Marshall Day in Connecticut" (1901). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 4279.