In another place.
2. Where one devises all his land in A, B and C, three distinct towns,
and elsewhere, and had lands of much greater value than those in A, B and
C, in another county, the lands in the other county were decreed to pass by
the word elsewhere, and by Lord Chancellor King, assisted by Raymond, Ch.
J., and other judges, the word elsewhere, was adjudged to be the same as if
the testator had said he devised all his lands in the three towns
particularly mentioned, or in
any other place whatever. 3 P. Wms. 5 6. See also Prec. Chan. 202, 2 Vern.
461, 2 Vern. 560, 3 Atk. 492, Cowp. 860, Id. 808, 2 Barr. 912, 5 Bro. P. C.
496, S. C. 1 East, 456, 1 Vern. 4 n.
3. - 2. As to the effect of the word elsewhere, in the case of lands not
purchased at the time of making the will, see 3 Atk. 254, 2 Vent. 351. Vide
Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition
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