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This is a book about a man born 200 years ago, whose accomplishments and legacy deserve to be remembered. Francis Villeneuve Smith led a remarkable career in the law during the 19th century. From 1870-1875 he served as Tasmania’s third Chief Justice and was also known for having an unbridled temper.

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