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ST. ASAPH DIOCESAN CONFERENCE.…

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WILL OF A CHESHIRE GENTLEMAN.…

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WILL OF A CHESHIRE GENTLEMAN. 4 The will (dated October 5, 1888), with three codicils, of Mr. Samuel Beckett Chadwick, J.P., of Kingsley, Cheshire, who died on April 2, was proved at the Chester District Registry on August 4th by John White, John Burgess, Vere Beamont Da vies, and Joseph Shaw Green, the executors, the value of the personal estate amounting to £ 53,368. The testator bequeaths 10s. per week for the maintenance of his horse Belshazzar as long as he shall live, and he directs that he shall not be worked after his death; 5s. per week for the maintenance of his dog Grip as long as he shall live; his stuffed birds, stuffed animals, and beoks to the Run- corn Commissioners as the nucleus of a museum and library, free of duty, but if they do not accept same within three months, then to the mayor, aldermen, and burgesses of the Borough of Warrington; such one of his entire shire horses as he may select to his stud groom, Wm. Ball; X500 each to his executors; and there are bequests to his sister, nephews and nieces, housekeeper, indoor servants, bailiff, groom, gardener, and labourers. The residue of his real and personal estate he leaves, as to two- thirds thereof, upon trust, to pay thereout X350 per annum to his brother-in-law, John Edward Hughes, as long as he shall remain the widower of his late sister, Mary Ann Hughes, and sub- ject thereto for the children of his said sister in equal shares; and as to the other one-third, upon trust, for the benefit of his sister, Frances Silver, and her children, during her life, and at her death for the children of both his said sisters, per capita and not per stirpes.

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REVISION COURTS. ♦

MARRIAGE OF MISS JEFFCOCK.…

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EAST DENBIGHSHIRE ELECTION.…