No man's executorship will ever entail less trouble than mine.
But surely thou dost not pretend to say what I shall, or shall not do, as to the executorship.
executorship expenses amounting to £250 were paid on June 14th.
Mr Armstrong found him in an unusually balmy frame of mind, anxious to go into the executorship accounts.
He said it would be one in the eye for you—and he wondered whether you'd decline the executorship.
But as to the executorship which she is for conferring upon thee—thou shalt not be her executor: let me perish if thou shalt.
You will immediately judge, Sir, that this is the executorship of which my sister has given you the trouble by her last will.
I expressed some jealousy upon it, lest he should have place given over me in the executorship.
Poor Papa thought the executorship might take time, trouble, and expense, that ought to be made up for.'
Mr. Johnson was hardly restrained by his compassion for the orphan from throwing up the executorship in disgust.