Memoirs of Harriot, Duchess of St. Albans, Volume 2

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Page 366 - I am not directly or indirectly entitled to any sum or sums standing in my own name or in the name or names of any other person or persons in the books of the said Post Office Savings...
Page 336 - ... coverture, direct or appoint; and in default of any such direction or appointment, or so far as the same, if incomplete, should not extend, into her proper hands for her sole and separate use...
Page 193 - If the Duke marries her, he ensures an immense fortune ; if she marries him, she has the first rank. If he marries a woman older than himself by twenty years, she marries a man younger in wit by twenty degrees.
Page 345 - Interest upon Trust That they the said Trustees and the Survivors and Survivor of them and the Executors Administrators and Assigns of such Survivor...
Page 330 - ... and the executors, administrators, and assigns of such survivor, do and shall pay, transfer and assign the said trust money, stocks, funds, and securities, and the dividends, interest, and proceeds thereof unto, between and amongst all and every the daughters of the said Dame Sophia Burdett that shall be living at the time of her decease, share and share alike ; and if there shall be but one such daughter living at her decease, then wholly to such one daughter.
Page 333 - Harrison shall at any time or times during their joint lives, by any deed or deeds instrument or instruments in writing with or without power of revocation and new appointment to be by him sealed and delivered in the presence of and attested by two or more credible witnesses...
Page 328 - Writings, with or without power of revocation, to be by her sealed and delivered in the presence of and attested by Two or more credible Witnesses...
Page 324 - Extracted from the Registry of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. This is the last will and testament of me, George Gordon, Lord Byron, Baron Byron, of Rochdale, in the county of Lancaster, as follows: — I give and devise all that my manor or lordship of Rochdale, in the...
Page 192 - I believe, her confidant in sincerity. She had refused him twice and decidedly. He was merely on the footing of friendship. I urged it was akin to love. She allowed she might marry the Duke, only she had at present not the least intention that way. Is this frank admission more favourable for the Duke than an absolute protestation against the possibility of such a marriage ? I think not.
Page 332 - ... hereinafter mentioned and expressed, of and concerning the same, that is to say, upon trust that they the said...

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