Napoleon settled upon her a jointure of about six hundred thousand dollars a year.
"But if my Lady Rackrent dies, there's an end of all jointure," says Jason.
He consents, 'that the jointure be made from my own estate.'
The Castle of Montargis is my jointure; at Orleans there is no house.
Therefore my jointure produces nothing; all that I have to live on comes from the King and my son.
As to any provision for her, it must have taken the form of a settlement, a jointure, or a dower.
He would make her a jointure of eighty pounds by the year, and he spendeth two hundred by the year and more.
She was an Irish peer's widow, with a jointure of L2000 a year.
He did not want his wife stript of her jointure, or his children, if he had any, left without bread.
She left L800 a year jointure, a son to inherit the whole estate.