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Page 31 - ... till from and after his decease; and that so long as he shall live he may enjoy and use the said real estate, and take the rents and profits thereof to his own use." Then followed ten money legacies in varying amounts to different named persons, after which there was a residuary clause in these words, "The rest and residue of my estate I give and bequeath to my legatees above named, saving and except therefrom the Independent Baptist Church; this devise to take effect from and after the decease...
Page 68 - ... to describe. They gradually, however, abated in violence. I shall not be guilty of extravagance or exaggeration, if I protest, that there was sometimes a vein of sublimity in his ravings. He really said some of the very finest things I ever heard. This need not occasion wonder, if it be recollected, that " out of the fulness of the heart, the mouth speaketh;" and Mr Warningham's naturally powerful mind was filled with accumulated stores, acquired from almost every region of literature.
Page 80 - ... from the first day of January to the last day of December, which is the end of the year.
Page 230 - Mr. Buswell," answered Sir Brian, " you appear to be under some strange misapprehension. I have told you before, and I tell you again, that no portion of the property that you speak of will ever be either let or sold.