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OUR LONDON LETTER. .I

TO UK A ACE WILL CASE.

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TO UK A ACE WILL CASE. The action brought by Mr. and Urs, Mnc- pl'ail against the executors of Sir ew Mitchell Ton"1 "ice, M.P., and C ■> of tiie London County Council, L-s Vi rtiH- missed by Mr. Justice Joyce with c Rir Andrew died last February, It l t *t oj; £ 75,000. Plaintiffs, who t. e e ^ts of I MLS. William Andrew > o, to enforce an alleged ver'nal a t by Sir -Andrew to exclad.- •, \.1.I,;n Ai: Irew, from his will, !>.•• ■: f Iru; .uiscond ";t, and to leave his 7, 'o Mrs. Tor. and her childrm one-eighth J; tIJ" te. By a codici, "iU tir Aidrew .revolted a, gift to t, but did not ii. akc any such provision U. i ue vM.t'e and cL'drcJi. Mr. Justic Joy re pointed out tin e j was not a par. Hie ot writing to supi j. 3 I pi :iuti;i"s case. There was no don x 'e l'M:ator was a man of honour and i and his lordship could see no reason iD >- 1 1 pose that he would fail to perform atl] r i • he had made. He was far fnml h' 1 ng sa hsiicd that Sir Andrew made any -1-1 agreement or promise as alleged. > s highly improbable and almost ineredi;"Ie- that Sir. Andrew would have agreed to ex- elude his son from his will in favour of his daughter-in-law. He could not accept tr s' account of their interview with Sir j Andrew, and dismissed the action with costs, j

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