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Fifty lines surely cannot be an object for a man to throw a hundred pounds , or
more money , after ; it leads an impartial person to imagine , that Mr . Mason has
a further object in view ; and that , altho ' he has realized already near a thousand
Next I give to George Williamson , Esq ; my second cousin by the father ' s side ,
now of Calcutta in Bengal , the sum of five hundred pounds , Reduced Bank
Annuities , now standing in my name . I give to Anna Lady Goring also my second
Further I bequeath to the said Mary Antrobus the sum of fix hundred pounds ,
New South - Sea , Annuities , now standing in the joint pames of Jane Olliffe and
Thomas Gray , but charged with the payment of five pounds pounds per ann . to ...
pounds per ann . to Graves Stokeley , of Stoke - Pogeis , in the county of Bucks ;
which sum of fix hundred pounds , after the decease of the said annuitant , does (
by the will of Anne Rogers , my late aunt ) belong solely and entirely to me ...
Majesty ' s Commissioners of Excise , the sum of five hundred pounds , Reduced
Bank Annuities ; and I beg his acceptance of one of my diamond rings . I give to
Dr . Thomas Wharton , of Old Park , in the bishopric of Durham , five hundred ...
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I can remember my mother reciting Elegy written in a country church-yard - not all of it though. This poem seemed to mean a lot to her. She never reached the line: 'The path of glory leads but to the grave'. レビュー全文を読む