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PETER LEVISHAM

I HAVE just finished reading Sinclair's book on Peter Levisham. It is a thoroughly competent monograph, written primarily from the legal point of view, and is a worthy addition to the series in which it appears. It is a pity that no mention is made of the three years Levisham spent in the States, as it has been suggested that it was there that he acquired his knowledge of anatomy and pharmacology. And there is no real evidence to show that he was connected with the Dumbarton Case, cited on page 280. The bibliography at the end of the volume is an admirable bit of work: I see that there are at least half a dozen books and articles that are new to me and that curiosity will impel me to read.
I suppose it is only natural that I should be interested in Levisham. As a young man I was once briefed for his defence, and to this day believe that he was innocent of the crime with which he was on that occasion charged. But the real source of the interest that I have in everything appertaining to his life and career centres around the story which Daniel Crockett told me. Crockett's name is, of course, familiar to all students of the trial. He is referred to in Sinclair's book as a chance acquaintance. Crockett himself would never have used the phrase.
Prior to his appearance in the witness-box I had never seen Crockett, but I met him shortly afterwards, when I attended my first board meeting of the Crippled Children's Holiday Homes, and again later when he was Northcote's guest at one of the quarterly dinners of the Addison Club. It is from that evening that I date our friendship.
Crockett was a remarkable man. His business was connected with the Baltic trade. He was a liveryman of more than one City company, a man of high integrity, reserved in manner, and with a stiff, old-fashioned courtesy. He lived.

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