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THE LATE MR DAVID PUGH, M.P. Probate of the will dated 7th February, 1887, of the late Mr David Pugh, of Manoravon, Car- marthen, J. P. (high-sheriff 1876, chairman of quarter sessions at Carmarthen 1843 to 1852, M.P. for Carmarthenshire 1857 to 1868, and for the Eastern Division since 1885), who died 11th July last, aged 84 years, at the Hotel Metropole, has been granted to his sole executor, his kinsman, Mr John Beynon, of Trewern, Pembroke, to whom the testator devises and bequeaths all his real and personal estate (the personalty being of the value of 235,926 9s Id), subject to the pay- ment of legacies of L2,000 each to Mr Beynon's sisters Mrs Prothero and Mra Gèorge-£2,OOO to Capt. Price Beynon, 2300 to Mr W. R. H. Powell, M.P., 2200 each to the testator's solicitor, Mr J. Prothero Lewis, and to Mr Wil- liam James, an old tenant, S500 to the testator's steward, Mr. Evan Jones, two years' wages to each indoor servant of upwards of one year's service, and two months' wages to each constant labourer.

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