No. I merely say, with quite another view, you are probably aware I have some property to bequeath to my child?’
All the rest he died possessed of, he bequeathed to Peggotty; whom he left residuary legatee, and sole executrix of that his last will and testament.
Of this he bequeathed the interest of one thousand to Mr. Peggotty for his life; on his decease, the principal to be equally divided between Peggotty, little Emily, and me, or the survivor or survivors of us, share and share alike.
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It is our duty to bequeath a better world to our grandchildren.
She bequeaths her stuffed toys to Gloria’s fourteen-year-old daughter.