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that terminated in his death.
ed the witness, that its meant to alter
his will, on account of his newly conceived dislike against the prisoner; on which the witness desired him” to defet executing his intention to the next dav, when the hon. Mr. Howard was expected over for the purpose of directing the form the will should be drawn in ; but the deceased replied, “I will not wait for Mr. Howard ; ” and on the witness's return, told him, “ I have made my will.” Mr. Howard came over the 23d. read the will, and said it would do very well ; observing, that the deceased had bequeathed his personal fortune from the prisoner, and had left the real chao
vation ? that, he said, would entirely