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But where the testater charges, as William Joes, his debts upon his whole estate, real and persenal, the persenal still remains the primary fund and the ordinary order of administration must be [illegible]. The whole personal property must be [extracted?], [illegible] bequests one and are before recourse can be had to the realty. [Lee?] Powell [in?] ‘ Derises 2nd old eddition pap 681, new edition 364. “ The next branch of our [illegible] inquiry is as to what will exempt the [presence?] estate [illegible] primary hability to debts and [illegible] charges, for which the testator has provided another fund inquestion which it will be seen has seen a [illegible] subject of litigation. That the making a provision for debts or [illegible] out of the real estate does not discharge the [personalty?] is implied in the [stay?] terms of this inquiry. There must be and intention not [illegible] to onerate the realty, but to exonerate the personalty; not mostly to supply another fund, but to substitute that fund for the property antecedently [illegible]. There in numerous cases it has been held that written a charge of debts ar the testaor’s lands generaly, or a [illegible] portion of them, nor a devise upon trust for sale, however personally [illegible] anxiously provided, nor a term created for this purpose, will discharge the personalty.” Again see Williams in Exors. [vol?] 2nd pap 1047. “ with respect to the exoneration of the real estate from [illegible], the general rule is equally clear as it is with respect to debts that the personal estate is the natural fund for the payment of them and the real estate is only to be [illegible] in aid of the personal: Therefore even in cases where there is no doubt as to debts and legacies being effectually charged by the testator in the real estate, yet the personal estate remains undischargex from its primary [illegible] to those claims.” It is manifest the exor. was right in selling Janet before resorting to the land. There are other [illegible] legatees besides [Janet?]- Those to whom certain