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East Baton Rouge (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): article 17
Will of a Wealthy Louisianan. --There are few Louisiana who have not heard of H F Walworth, of Baton Rouge, now deceased. He was a warm friend of the Confederate cause, and proved his scale by frequent liberal contributions. The New Orleans Picayune thus speaks of his will. The will of Horace Fayette Walworth, of East Baton Rouge, was yesterday admitted to probably. In the Second District Court of this city. Deceased was a man of great wealth, his property in real estate and money being estimated at $500,000. Several years before his death he became blind, and in the darkness which followed this offering violation he reflected much on the advantages in books for the blind, and resolved to devote a portion of his fortune to the procuring of a proper supply — Of his estate he gave $250,000 to an adopted daughter and another lady, and most of the residence he devoted to the purpose of establishing a printing office for the weekly publication of the paper or magazine to be d
United States (United States) (search for this): article 17
e became blind, and in the darkness which followed this offering violation he reflected much on the advantages in books for the blind, and resolved to devote a portion of his fortune to the procuring of a proper supply — Of his estate he gave $250,000 to an adopted daughter and another lady, and most of the residence he devoted to the purpose of establishing a printing office for the weekly publication of the paper or magazine to be distributed gratuitously among the blind of the Confederate States of America, or for sale to such as are able and willing to pay for the same." Item 9 of the will provides, that in the event of the death of the legalese before him, and without their leaving less, then and in that case he devotes all the property that he shall die possessed of to the support of the paper or magazine above mentioned. The legalese named to carry out the benevolent intentions of the instigator are, the Governor of Louisiana, the State auditor, the Treasurer, the Chief Justic
Louisiana (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): article 17
Will of a Wealthy Louisianan. --There are few Louisiana who have not heard of H F Walworth, of Baton Rouge, now deceased. He was a warm friend of the Confederate cause, and proved his scale by frequent liberal contributions. The New Orleans Picayune thus speaks of his will. The will of Horace Fayette Walworth, of East sed of to the support of the paper or magazine above mentioned. The legalese named to carry out the benevolent intentions of the instigator are, the Governor of Louisiana, the State auditor, the Treasurer, the Chief Justice, the Mayor of New Orleans, the minister of the First Presbyterian Church of New Orleans, the rector of the o minister of the First Presbyterian Church of New Orleans, the rector of the oldest Episcopal Church of New Orleans, the Bishop of the Episcopal Church of the Diverse of Louisiana, and the minister of the oldest Methodist Church of New Orleans, for the time being, and their successors in the several offices and positions forever.
Horace Fayette Walworth (search for this): article 17
Will of a Wealthy Louisianan. --There are few Louisiana who have not heard of H F Walworth, of Baton Rouge, now deceased. He was a warm friend of the Confederate cause, and proved his scale by frequent liberal contributions. The New Orleans Picayune thus speaks of his will. The will of Horace Fayette Walworth, of East Baton Rouge, was yesterday admitted to probably. In the Second District Court of this city. Deceased was a man of great wealth, his property in real estate and moneyHorace Fayette Walworth, of East Baton Rouge, was yesterday admitted to probably. In the Second District Court of this city. Deceased was a man of great wealth, his property in real estate and money being estimated at $500,000. Several years before his death he became blind, and in the darkness which followed this offering violation he reflected much on the advantages in books for the blind, and resolved to devote a portion of his fortune to the procuring of a proper supply — Of his estate he gave $250,000 to an adopted daughter and another lady, and most of the residence he devoted to the purpose of establishing a printing office for the weekly publication of the paper or magazine to be