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Law of Wills,
PLAIN INSTRUCTIONS AND ADVICE
To which are added
OUT OF LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION ;
LEGACIES, AND RESIDUARY SHARES ;
GROUND OF DEBTS ;
BY RICHARD DICKSON, Esq.
Of the Honourable Society of Gray's Inn.
PLAIN AND PRACTICAL EXPOSITION
LAW OF WILLS,
Hints and Precautions to be attended to by
Persons before they make their Wills. In the examination of this important branch of the subject, which I am about to elucidate, I shall treat of it under the following heads : 1. The Propriety and Advantages of making a
Will. 2. The Consequences of neglecting the Important
Duty of making a Will. 3. Precautions to be attended to in making Wills.
1. The Propriety and Advantages of making a Will.
As from innumerable causes, which are beyond human control, there is not any state or condition of life that is not subject to premature and