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SEPT. 15, 1866.

LITTLE, BROWN & CO.

REDEELD'S LAW OF WILIS.

Part I.-New Edition.

Embracing also, the Jurisprudence of Insanity; the Effect of Extrinsic Evidence; the Creation and Construction of Trusts, so far as applicable to Wills; with Forms and Instructions

for Preparing Wills.

By ISAAC F. REDFIELD, LL. D.

8vo., pp. 870. $7 50.

CONTENTS. Introduction.-Definitions.—The Execution of Wills.—Mental Capacity requisite to execute a Valid Will:-Effect

of Drunkenness on Testamentary Capacity:-Manner of Execution of Wills.-Revocation of Wills.—Republication of Wills.-Construction of Wills. —Extrinsic Evidence in aid of Construction.—Uncertainty in Wills. -Suggestions to those employed in drawing Wills.-Appendix of Forms.

REDFIELD'S LAW OF WILLS.

Part II.-Just Published.

Embracing Devises, Legacies, and Charitable Trusts, and the Duties of Executors, Administrators, and

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BY ISAAC F. REDFIELD, LL. D.

8vo., pp. 1070. $8 00).

CONTENTS. The Probate of Wills.—The Appointment of, and who may be Executors. — The Appointment and duty of Admin.

istrators.-The Revocation of Probate.-The Estate of the Executor or Administrator in the Assets of the Estate.-Remedies by the Executor or Administrator.— The Inventory of the Estate.—The Authority of the Personal Representative in Disposing of the Effects.—The Payment of Debts, and the Order in which it shall be done.The Remedies against the Personal Representative.- The Liability of the Executor or Administrator Personally, by reason of his own Acts.—Gifts Mortis Causa.-Legacies and Devises.—Nature and Construction of the same.—Charitable Uses and Trusts.-For what Period Income may be Accumulated.—Perpetuities.The Administration and Marshalling of Assets. - Allowances to the Personal Representative, and Final Account. -Duty on Legacies, &c.-Distribution of Personal Estate.

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