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In Richmond Hustings Court - July 11th 1809- William Selden, Alfred Madison and Henry Banks, this day personally appeared in Court and being sworn severally depose, that on the 18th or 19th day of June last, Richard Smyth in their presence observed, as he had no relations in this Country, and as those which he had in Ireland the Country of his nativity, were not in indigent circumstances, he wished, after the payment of all his just debts, that Mr. Davis Doyle, now of the City of Richmond, should inherit and have his estate, with this limitation, that the said Doyle should have a tomb erected to his memory, and should make a donation to the Roman Catholic Church of which the said Smythe professed himself to be a member. And the said witnesses having further proved to the satisfaction of the Court' that the said Smythe, was, at the faction of the Court; that the said Smythe , was, at the time of uttering the aforesaid words, in his