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WILLS AND BEQUESTS. Sir Arthur William Blomfieid, A.R.A., of 28 Montagu-square, who died on October 30, at 63, St James's-street, appointed as the executors of his will and codicil his sons, Mr. Charles James Blomfieid and Mr. Arthur Conran Blomfieid, both of 6, Mon- tagu-place, and Mr. Joseph Watson Overbury, off 7, Cambridge-square. He bequeathed to his son Charles James Blomfieid the silver centre piece given by the parishioners of St. Botolph's, Bishops- gate, to his father on his appointment to the Bishopic of London, to his sons Arthur Conran and Frank the silver coffee pot and salt cellar presented by Lord Ebury and the Duke of Westminster to his father on his marriage to his wife all the household furniture and domestic effects; and to his sons Charles James and Arthur Conran his architectural books and instruments and works on art. His r siduary estate is to be held on trust to pay the income thereof to his wife, Lady Sara Louise Blom- fieM, for life. At her decease he gave £1000 to his daughter Adele Dorothy, and the ultimate residue of his property to his four children, Adele Dorothy, Mary Esther, Frank, and Rose Ellinor Cecilia. The estate has been valued at £28,006 12s. 2d. Lady Harriet Charlotte Sophia Hervey, of 8, Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, daughter of the first Earl of Harrowby, and widow of the Rev. Lord Charles Amelins Hervey, appointed as executors Lord Francis Hervey, of 34. Buckingham Palace-mansions, and Mr. John Bevill Fortescue, of 39, Pont-street, by whom her estate has been valued at £11,210 8s. lid. Lady Harriet Hervey bequeathed to her son William George Edward, and to her granddaughter Lilah Locke, each £] 000 to her daughter Susan Elizabeth* £200, her houshold effects, plate, pictures, and jewellery, and the income during her life of £6000. She appointed a settled trust fund under her mar- riage settlement of August 15,1839, in favour of her children, and she left the residue of her estate in trust in equal shares for her sons Dudley Francis Amelius and William George Edward Hervey. Mr. John Carter Jonas, of The Grange, Great Shelford, Cambridge, land agent and surveyor, who died on November 4 last, aged 68 years, left estate valued at £43,98S 8s. 7d. gross, including personalty of the net value of £36,979 10s. 8d. The executrix and the executors are his widow, Mrs. Louisa Jonas, and his brothers, Henry Jonas, of Portley Wood, Whyteleaf, Surrey, land agent, and Alfred Jonas, of 3, Old Serjeants-inn, Chancery-lane, solicitor, to the two last-named of whom he bequeathed £100 each. The testator bequeathed to his wife JE400, the use and enjoyment of his residence and its contents, and the income during her life of a sum of £25,000, which, subject to Mrs. Jonas's life interest, is left in trust, together with the residue of his estate, for all of his children.

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