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eared that Israel Thorndike, the older, by a codicil to his will, proved in 1832 gave to his son Andrew $10,000 one-haft of which waste be placed by his executors with the Massachusetts Hospital Life Thorndike should receive the interest death the principal should be paid to his lawful heirs. Andrew died in 1854; and Israel Thorndike, the younger brother of Andrew, claimed that he, with his broAndrew, claimed that he, with his brothers and sisters, and the children of such of his brothers and sisters as have died, were the lawful heirs of Andrew, and as such entitled to receive the $20,000, with the accumulation since 1854, anAndrew, and as such entitled to receive the $20,000, with the accumulation since 1854, and he had accordingly commenced an action against the trustee, under the will of Israel Thorndike, the older, to recover his share of it. On the other hand, Katherine Thorndike, a German woman, and Andna. L. Thorndike, claimed to be entitled to the whole of this sum, as the widow and children of Andrew. Under this state of things the trustee brought a bill in equity, in the nature of a bill of in