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Court of Chancery. And the £500, minus the legacy duty, remitted to Higgins, in whose favor the will had been drawn by Devereux, the Attorney's clerk, who, of course, received his share of the spoil. A person who passed under the epithet of thce, that Mrs. Higgins was alive and well. The others, namely, that lady herself, Higgins, her husband, his brother, and Devereux, the Attorney's clerk, were apprehended and prosecuted by the Crown lawyers before the magistrates of the head Police Ofing by the evidence of those who attested the preceding facts, that all the parties were imposed upon except Higgins and Devereux, the Attorney's clerk, they close are committed for trial. Eliza Duffy, sister-in-law to Devereux, who engaged the committed for trial. Eliza Duffy, sister-in-law to Devereux, who engaged the room for the wake, states that Higgins personated the sorrowing, bereaved husband to perfection; he had sported the broad crape and looked the embodiment of despair.