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Page 223 - ... to be void or else to remain in full force and virtue.
Page 625 - Act, or otherwise by law, the surplus thereof shall be applied under the direction of the council for the public benefit of the inhabitants and improvement of the borough.
Page 799 - Defendants, yet on a bill filed in equity, it was referred to the Master to take an account of what was due to the...
Page 533 - Bank 3 per cent. annuities, standing in the name of the AccountantGeneral, in trust in this cause, to the account of Waters, and 1981.
Page 711 - Every will that shall be made by a testator, in express terms, of all his real estate, or in any other terms denoting his intent to devise all his real property, shall be construed to pass all the real estate, which he was entitled to devise, at the time of his death.
Page 239 - ... should direct or appoint: and in default of such direction or appointment...
Page 799 - If a creditor does not come in till after the executor has paid away the residue, he is not without remedy, though he is barred the benefit of that decree. If he has a mind to sue the legatees, and bring back the fund, he may do so; but he cannot affect the legatees, except by suit; and he cannot affect the executor at all.
Page 799 - ... seised or possessed, in trust for him against whom execution is so sued, like as the sheriff or other officer might or ought to have done, if the said party against whom execution...
Page 711 - ... and also to all rights of entry for conditions broken, and other rights of entry; and also to such of the same estates, interests and rights respectively, and other real and personal estate, as the testator may be entitled to at the time of his death, notwithstanding that he may become entitled to the same subsequently to the execution of his will.