JACKSON v. VANDERSPREIGLE'S


2 U.S. 142 (____)

2 Dall. 142

JACKSON versus VANDERSPREIGLE'S, Executor.

Supreme Court of United States.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Rawle, for the plaintiff.


BY THE COURT: — We have no doubt at present. The meaning of the Testatrix is plain enough. If the plaintiff's construction were right, all the rest of the will would be destroyed. In this case, moveables must be confined to things of the same nature with those before specified. Let there be a verdict for the defendant, with liberty for the plaintiff to move for a new trial, if, on consideration, he think his position tenable.

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