The baronetcy was inherited by no other member of the family, and became extinct.
He has 300 a year of his own, and plenty of resources,—besides, the baronetcy must come to him.
He will probably succeed to a baronetcy—though this is not certain, as his uncle is, comparatively speaking, young still.
Being the fountain of honour, he will be rather indifferent about the baronetcy.
The attainment of the baronetcy appears to have stimulated him to still greater exertion.
Of course you will succeed to the baronetcy, as well as to the estate?
His baronetcy had been conferred upon him by the Crown, as his peerage lately was.
He was the heir to the baronetcy,—and to the double fortunes of the two old men.
This prompt action on his part gained for him his first title—his baronetcy.
He is now the heir to the baronetcy and estates, but we have lost all clue to him.