They sought even more thoroughly than the august heirs
had done, but it was fruitless.
The trust was to endure until 1810, when, if no person appeared, or could be found, after sufficient notice, to claim the moiety so devised, then a certain sum, calculating the principal and interest of his debt to Colonel Effingham, was to be paid to the heirs
-at-law of the Effingham family, and the bulk of his estate was to be conveyed in fee to his daughter, or her heirs
For about the fifth time he then proposed the Heir
at Law, doubting only whether to prefer Lord Duberley or Dr.
presumptive, the very William Walter Elliot, Esq.
The rattle of our wheels died away as we drove through drifts of rotting vegetation--sad gifts, as it seemed to me, for Nature to throw before the carriage of the returning heir
of the Baskervilles.
You know, Catiche, that we- you three sisters, Mamontov, and my wife- are the count's only direct heirs
Pastoria had a daughter, who is the rightful heir
to the throne of the Emerald City.
Alexander had been a good king, but at his death the heir
to the throne was a little girl, the Maid of Norway.
Though the birth of an heir
by his beloved sister was a circumstance of great joy to Mr Allworthy, yet it did not alienate his affections from the little foundling, to whom he had been godfather, had given his own name of Thomas, and whom he had hitherto seldom failed of visiting, at least once a day, in his nursery.
He that hath a goal and an heir
, wanteth death at the right time for the goal and the heir
Here's a cheque that Pitt left for the boy," and she took from her bag and gave her husband a paper which his brother had handed over to her, on behalf of the little son and heir
of the younger branch of the Crawleys.
One day a son may be born, my son, and he will be legally a Karenin; he will not be the heir
of my name nor of my property, and however happy we may be in our home life and however many children we may have, there will be no real tie between us.
to the estate (Sir Percival having left no issue) was a son of Sir Felix Glyde's first cousin, an officer in command of an East Indiaman.
Leaving aside the degradation of an alliance with a nameless man, and the possible fact that his property, in default of heirs
male, might pass into such a one's power, he had sense to comprehend Heathcliff's disposition: to know that, though his exterior was altered, his mind was unchangeable and unchanged.
Let nothing linger after-- No whispering ghost remain, In wall, or beam, or rafter, Of any hate or pain: Cleanse and call home thy spirit, Deny her leave to cast, On aught thy heirs
inherit, The shadow of her past.