Stareleigh

Stareleigh

Justice “a most particularly short man.” [Br. Lit.: Pickwick Papers]
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Justice Stareleigh (who sat in the absence of the Chief Justice, occasioned by indisposition) was a most particularly short man, and so fat, that he seemed all face and waistcoat.
Justice Stareleigh's temper bordered on the irritable, and brooked not contradiction.
Justice Stareleigh, who immediately wrote down something with a pen without any ink in it, and looked unusually profound, to impress the jury with the belief that he always thought most deeply with his eyes shut.