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Mr. Tutt finds a way

Arthur Cheney Train

Mr. Tutt finds a way

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Published by C. Scribner"s Sons in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New York (N.Y.)
    • Subjects:
    • Attorney and client -- Fiction.,
    • Law firms -- Fiction.,
    • New York (N.Y.) -- Fiction.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Arthur Train.
      GenreFiction.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPZ3.T682 Mio, PS3539.R23 Mio
      The Physical Object
      Pagination241 p., [1] leaf of plates :
      Number of Pages241
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6481187M
      LC Control Number45002565
      OCLC/WorldCa1803428

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Train was a lawyer and so is his hero, Mr. Tutt, who cleverly finds obscure legal means to extricate fair damsels, old ladies and other sympathetic innocents from the dastardly, but legal, situations in which they find themselves.

I believe that the series ran from through the 's (Train died in ) and the stories are set 5/5(1). TUT FINDS A WAY Unknown Binding – January 1, out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, "Please retry" Author: Arthur Train. Uncommonly good collectible and rare books from uncommonly good booksellers. Find Mr Tutt Finds a Way by Train, Arthur at Biblio. Uncommonly good collectible and rare books from uncommonly good booksellers. COVID Update.

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Tutt in full action, utilizing his unrivalled ingenuity, his extraordinary legal knowledge, his eloquence and bold resourcefulness, on behalf of the. Tutt at his best: A collection of his most famous cases by Arthur Train and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Passion for books.

Sign On My Account Mr. Tutt Finds a Way. Arthur Train. Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York () Used. Hardcover. Readers’ enjoyment of “Tutt and Mr. Tutt” will probably depend on their tolerance and appreciation for Train’s style of writing. Those who enjoy courtroom theatrics, thrillers, or old-fashioned whodunits will be disappointed, and those who don’t care for Train’s racial descriptions (which were probably non-exceptional for the era Reviews: 5.

Arthur Train is the author of books such as Tutt and Mr Tutt. Books by Arthur Train. Tutt and Mr Tutt. The Prisoner At the Bar. By Advice Of Counsel. The Earthquake. The Goldfish. Mortmain.

Mr Tutt Finds a Way. True Stories Of Crime From the District Attorney's Office. Tut, Tut Mr Tutt. The Blind Goddess. The Needle's Eye. Mr Tutt At His. Children's Book; Teddy Bear Story. set in a small village where there is a dark castle upon a hill that no one has ever been inside.

One day the villages decide to send someone up to the castle to see who lives in there as no one has been in. Tutt - "If you want to put it that way - yes." Tutt - "Well, anyhow, I'm no Samson," protested Tutt.

"And I haven't met anyone that looked like a Delilah. I guess after the procession of adventuresses that have trailed through this office in the last twenty years I'm reasonably safe." Mr. Tutt - "No man is safe," meditated Mr. Tutt/5(25). I'm looking for a book that is about a man who finds a wife on his way out west, she calls him Mr.

Stoneseifer (I'm not sure that's how you spell it) they have a baby girl who they name Honeysuckle. its in pioneer times I think it was written between and   appeared in stories in "The Saturday Evening Post", 20th Century America's most popular magazine. is a New York lawyer who champions the underdog and finds ways to exticate him from unfair legal entanglements by either applying or finding his way Reviews: Mr.

Tutt Finds a Way by Arthur Cheney Train really liked it avg rating — 2 ratings — published — 5 editions. 2 days ago  Century-old pocket watch finds its way home thanks to prospector Giac Asco.

A book of Mr Asco's on the soldier settlement revealed that Frank Cowling was a. Tutt's Case Book: Being a Collection of His Most Celebrated Trials by Arthur Cheney Train avg rating — 0 ratings — published We have more books available by this author.

The wise and incomparable lawyer, Mr. Tutt, in eight of his most exciting cases. The stories included here are: The Bloodhound; Tut, Tut. Mr Tutt; The Liberty of the Jail; Hocus-Pocus; Saving His Face; In Witness Whereof; The Twelve Little Husbands; The Cloak of St.

Martin. Seller Inventory. Before there was Erle Stanley Gardner (let alone John Grisham), there was Arthur Cheney Train. I first encountered Mr. Tutt in the parental bookcase, having no idea what or who he was, but hoping the book would be too old for me (the best way to find a book).3/5(2).

Tutt and Mr. Tutt. Arthur Cheney Train. 5 (4 Reviews) Free Download. Read Online. This book is available for free download in a number of formats - including epub, pdf, azw, mobi and more.

You can also read the full text online using our ereader. and when he did wrong he did it--if such a thing is possible--in a way to make people. MYSTERIOUS CASES OF MR. TUTT - Complete Series in One Volume: Legal Thriller Collection: Adventures of the Celebrated Firm of Tutt & Tutt, Attorneys & Counsellors at Law eBook: Train, Arthur Cheney: : Kindle Store.

Tutt's Case Book: Being a Collection of His Most Celebrated Trials as Reported and Compiled by Train, Arthur; Wolf, Ferdinand J; Wigmore, John Henry and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Mr Tutt Finds a Way: Ditto: Further Information Arthur Train, born and diedhad one main series character, fairly obviously from above, he appeared inmost of the books.

He also wrote some seventeen novels of a non-criminous nature and ten works of non-fiction. Few of the books saw an English edition, those that did are. Hunter Biden, youngest son of pending Democratic presidential nominee Joseph R. Biden has been mostly out of sight during the campaign but popped up at.

How, further—the firm of Tutt & Tutt having been retained by Mrs. Wells to defend her person and protect her rights in said matter—Mr. Ephraim Tutt had demonstrated most effectively that Edna was in no position to complain about other folks, by proceeding to plaster her all over with summonses herself for a whole galaxy of criminal acts.

Hepplewhite and they gazed in a friendly way at Schmidt, whom Mr. Tutt had bailed out just before the trial. The very stars in their courses seemed warring for Tutt & Tutt.

In the words of Phelan: "There was nothing to it!" "Thank God," concluded Mr. Tutt eloquently, "that in this land of. exigencies demand," was Mr. Tutt's way of putting it.

In the end it amounted to exactly the same thing. As a result, in addition to their own clientele, other members of the bar who found themselves encumbered with matters which for one reason or another they preferred not to handle formed the habit of turning them over to Tutt & Tutt.

Tutt and Mr. Tutt by Train, Arthur Cheney () Seller The Old Mill Bookshop Published Condition Original olive green cloth, lettered in gilt, some light soiling and rubbing. A very nice copy of an excellent read Edition First edition, second issue with the cancelled contents page Item Price $. There were four books on the desk near Mr.

Tutt's right hand—the New York Code of Civil Procedure, an almanac, a Shakesperean concordance and a Bible. "Look it up for yourself," said Mr. Tutt, waving his arm with a gesture of the utmost impartiality.

"That is, if you happen to know in what part of Holy Writ said Delilah is to be found.". American lawyer and writer, Arthur Train, was a prolific author of legal thrillers.

His most popular work featured recurring fictional lawyer Mr. Ephraim Tutt. In “Mr. Tutt Fights a Draw” Mr. Tutt is disturbed when he learns about the burning of land nearby, and he immediately takes legal action against the arsonist.

Published August 8,   Train created the popular character of Mr. Ephraim Tutt, a wily old lawyer who supported the common man and always had a trick up his sleeve to right the law's injustices. Train wrote dozens of stories about Tutt in the Saturday Evening Post. The fictional Ephraim Tutt became "the best known lawyer in America.".

Tutt placed each one upon the apex of a pile of blue chips. “And ten!” concluded the railroad man, shoving in his last. The circle formed by the players from the other games in different parts of the room drew closer about the green table. All had frequently seen Mr.

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Stumbling upon her at a roadside inn, he offers her a life of luxury as his mistress. OCLC Number: Notes: Short stories. Includes index. Description: xiv, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: The human element --Mock hen and mock turtle --That sort of woman --The old gray mare --Contempt of court --Mr.

Tutt is no gentleman --Mr. Tutt, take the stand!--The dog Andrew --A leaf from King John --The twelve little husbands --The house that Tutt built --Mr. Tutt, father-in-law --The.

"There was a case," went on Mr. Tutt reminiscently "Let me see—at Sauvigny, I think it was—aboutwhen they tried a sow and three pigs for killing a child.

The court assigned a lawyer to defend her, but like many assigned counsel he couldn't think of anything to say in her behalf. Get this from a library. Tutt comes home. [Arthur Train] -- This collection of short stories details the further adventures of Mr. Tutt that take him, among other places, to Valley Fair to settle a dispute among two hot-blooded Southern families, to New York.

Mr. Olosunde came across the story in a book titled “Harlem: A Negro Metropolis,” by Claude McKay, that was published in Primary sources, which he prefers, he said, “aren’t watered. Tutt and Mr. Tutt Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.

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