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Mr. Thomas Anthony Trollope married and became the father of a family as presumptive heir to the good estate of an uncle.

It was there, amid criminals of all grades, that the presumptive heir of the kingdom of Dahomey was found by his excellent tutor.

The presumptive heir to all this grandeur was young Wellwood, who was an only child.

He was not going to quarrel with his only brother and presumptive heir because he chose to marry a woman who was not to his taste.

Of these, the first in point of rank is the presumptive heir of the crown, who is called the farbanna.

Alexia Petrowitz Czarowitz, presumptive heir to the crown of Russia, condemned to death by his father, 1715.

Since Buddha had renounced the world, Nanda had become the presumptive heir to the crown of Kapilawot.

Their fate was decided on the second day's debate, by a speech delivered by the Duke of York, presumptive heir to the throne.

Sometimes he is styled the Master of Maxwell, as presumptive heir of the title.

He was again placed in the bosom of his nurse, and the presumptive heir of Selimansha was at length out of danger.

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