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A MILLIONAIRE'S WILL.

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A MILLIONAIRE'S WILL. Probate of the will, dated in 1887, and three codicils, dated in 1888, 1890, and 1893, of the late Mr. W. O. Foster, of Apley-park, Bridgnorth, has been granted by the Principal Registry to the two sons, Mr. W. H. Foster and Captain James Foster, the executors, the personal estate being temporarily sworn as amounting to £ 1,000,000. The testator gives Mrs. Foster, his widow, his leasehold house in Belgrave-square, with the contents (except pictures), and also such plate, linen, carriages, horses, &c., she shall select for her residence. He also gives her the use of the pictures in Belgrave-square for her life, an immediate legacy of £ 20,000, and a life annuity of £ 5000. To his second son, Captain James Foster, he gives the Elmley Lovette estate, in Worcester- shire, and a legacy of £ 250,000, and legacies of Lio,ooo, £20,000, and 920,000 are, in addition to mums settled on them in his lifetime, given to the trustees of the marriage settlements of his three daughters, Mrs. V-andeleur, Mrs Atkinson, and Mrs. Tyrwhitt, and a sum of £ 50,000 is settled on his unmarried daughter, Miss Foster. There are also legacies of EIO,000 to his brother, Mr. James Foster, and of £ 1000 to General Lyttelton Annesley, one of the trustees. The residue of testator's pro- perty is given to his son, Mr. W. H. Foster.

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