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WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

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WILLS AND BEQUESTS. The will of the Right Hon. John, first Earl of Kimberley, K.G., of Lowndes-square, and Kimberley House, Wymondham, who died on April 8th, has been proved, the value of the estate amounting to £253,313. The will, with two codicils, of Mr. Thomas Stratton Fallows, of Calthorpe-road, Birmingham, who died on May 24th, has been proved, the value of the estate being £230,314. The will of Miss Mary Jane Gregory, of Addison- road, W., and Bryn Eithyn, Colwyn Bay, who died on February 22nd, has been proved, the value of the estate being £65,516. The testatrix gives four portraits of the Fowden Hindle family, one by Sir Joshua Reynolds, to the Blackburn Art Gallery, and £500 to Archdeacon Basil Wilberforce, for the Lads' Institute and the poor of St. John, Westminster. On the death of Eliza Amy Coathupe she bequeaths £1.000 to the Blackburn Infirmary; £1.000 to the trustees of Repton School for a scholarship for mathematics; £300 to the Surgical Aid Society; and £100 to the Colwyn Bay Cottage Hospital. The will. with two codicils, of Ir. Charles Turner Simpson, of Millmead House. Guildford, a Bencher of Lincoln's Inn, who died on May 10th, has been proved, the value of the estate being £52,569. The will of Mr. Thomas Comber, J.P., of Leigh- ton, Parkgate, Chester, who died on January 24th, has been proved, the value of the estate being £44,339. The will, with a codicil, of Mr. Thomas de Home, of Cumberland-place, and late of Stanway Hall, Essex, who died on June 22nd. has been proved, the of the estate being £39,619. The will Miss Esther Spear Maun, of Gilbert- road, St. Le laards-on-Sea, who died on May 30th, has been pioved, the value of the estate being £37.458. The testatrix bequeaths £3,000 to the Mann Institute, Moreton-in-Marsh; £3,000 to the Women's Settlement, Canning-town and £500 to the Congregational Chapel, Moreton-in-Marsh.— .Illv3trattll London News.

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