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The Will of Thomas Browne: Mercer, Cheapside, London; Father of Sir Thomas Browne of Norwich; Remarks on the Early Life of Sir Thomas Browne, Together with the Oration Delivered by Him at the Inauguration of Pembroke College, Oxford, 1624; Also the Will O by Charles Williams

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Excerpt from The Will of Thomas Browne: Mercer, Cheapside, London; Father of Sir Thomas Browne of Norwich; Remarks on the Early Life of Sir Thomas Browne, Together With the Oration Delivered by Him at the Inauguration of Pembroke College, Oxford, 1624; Also the Will of Sir Thomas Browne, 1679

First, and principally, I do commit my soul unto God hoping to be saved by the merit and bitter death and passion of my Lord and Saviour Christ Jesus, and by no other means.

My body I commit to the earth, whereof it is made, and to be buried in such decent and Christian-like manner, as unto my executors hereafter named shall be thought fit.

My will and mind is, that all such debts as I shall owe to any person or persons be well and truly satisfied within convenient time by them after my decease, and after my debts and funeral expenses discharged,

I will, and my mind is that such goods and chattels whatsoever that hath pleased God to bestow on me, shall be, according to the laudable custom of the City of London, divided into three equal and equivalent parts and portions.

One full third part whereof I give and bequeath unto Anne my loving wife, and other full third part I give and bequeath unto Thomas Browne, Anne Browne, Jane Browne, and Mary Browne, the children of me the said Thomas Browne and Anne Browne my wife; and unto such child or children as Anne my now wife is great withal, equally amongst them to be divided; and the other third or last part of all my said goods and chattels whatsoever into three parts divided, I reserve unto myself to pay such legacies and otherwise to dispose thereof as hereafter, in this my last will and testament, I have set down, nominated, and appointed the same.

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