Professor J.E. Crawford Munro papers, 1895 - 1901
Scope and Contents
Unpublished manuscripts on Blockade and Leading Cases on International Law. These appear to have been placed with C. S. Kenny after his death in order to seek a publisher, although these efforts were unsuccessful.
- 1895 - 1901
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Biographical / Historical
Joseph Edwin Crawford Munro was born in Drumbane, County Down, in 1849. He matriculated at Downing College in 1872, a contemporary of Courtney Stanhope Kenny, and was a Whewell Scholar in 1874, graduating with a first in the Law Tripos the following year, when he was President of the Union Society. He was admitted at Middle Temple in 1874 and called to the Bar in 1876. He was Professor of Political Economy and Jurisprudence at Owens College, Manchester, 1882-92, and published 'Patents, Designs and Trademarks Act', 1893. He was Assistant Reader to the Inns of Court, 1892. He stood for East Manchester against Arthur Balfour (Prime Minister 1902-5). He died in 1896.
2 file(s) : Paper
Language of Materials
Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
Sections secured with metal clips; pages can be torn.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Article on 'Our Library' in the Lent 1904 issue of 'The Griffin': A manuscript collection of leading cases in International Law with notes, compiled by the late Professor J. E. Munro... was presented by his widow. [Subsequently transferred from Rare Books to the Archive].
Munro, Joseph Edwin Crawford (1849-1896) jurist
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