Excerpt from Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of South Carolina, Vol. 37: Covering All the Cases (Law and Equity) From the Organization of the Court (Bay's Reports) Up to and Including Volume 25 of the South Carolina Reports; Containing a Verbatim Reprint of Vols. 20, 21 and 22, South Carolina Reports
Very early in my professional life, I en joyed the advantage of a somewhat inti mate association with Chancellor Carroll, through his intimacy with my Old preceptor, partner and friend, Hon. Isaac W. Hayne, whom Chancellor Carroll valued and loved for the qualities which made him what he was - one of the highest, truest, bravest of men, and one of the noblest types of a South Carolinian - and I was honored by many marks of his confidence and friendship to the end Of his life. And I feel it a grateful, though sad, privilege to pay this imperfect, but heartfelt, tribute to his worth.
Around the memory of Chancellor Carroll cluster the associations of those earlier days when the life of the State ﬂowed untroubled in peaceful channels - when judges, without fear and beyond reproach, wore the unsullied ermine on seats upon which Shame was ashamed to sit.
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