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The Times/1890/News/John Westland Marston

< The Times‎ | 1890
The Late Dr. Westland Marston.—By his will, made in May, 1887, in a codicil of July, 1887, the late Dr. John Westland Marston, of 191, Euston-road, who died on the 5th ult., devised that some one of his books, or a set of his books, should be taken by each of his friends—Philip James Bailey ("Festus"), Joseph Knight, William Ford, Frank Arnold (Archer), Minna Lovell, Marian James, Charles F. Dumphie, Isabella Dallas Glyn, and Dinah Craik. He bequeaths, a letter from Elizabeth Barrett Browning and all the type-written or other compositions of his son, the late Philip Bourke Marston, to Louisa Chandler Moulton, of Boston, Massachusetts, together with £200, a legacy from his late son, with Mrs Moulton insisted upon leaving to the testator. There are also several small bequests of money.

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