It is left with Mr. Dulany, the Attorney, who wrote it, to be probated in due Season.
That would be seen in due course, when the will was probated.
He died in the latter year, leaving a will which was probated on the 24th September 1782.
Cos it must be proved, and probated, and swore to, and all manner o' formalities.'
The will had not yet been probated, but would be within the month, when full particulars would be furnished them.
But if Vaughan had been declared insane, the will could never have been probated—no contest would have been necessary.
She can make no will without the assent of her husband, and if given, he can revoke it at any time before the will is probated.
The will shall be probated as soon as possible, of course, but it makes it simpler if you will pay the necessary expenses now.
"A very strange will," said everybody, and yet it was a will that was probated long before the testator's death.
If it were probated, that will establish Parmenter, especially if Marmaduke Duval is the legatee.