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Sir Giles Lionel Bullard, of West Hendred, Oxfordshire, former Ambassador to Bulgaria and High Commissioner for the West Indies, left estate valued at pounds 422,508 net.

Professor Herbert Lionel Adolphus Hart, of Oxford, Professor of Jurisprudence at Oxford University 1952- 68 and Principal of Brasenose College 1973-78, left estate valued at pounds 310,698 net. He left his books on law, jurisprudence, legal, political and social philosophy, political theory and institutions, sociology, criminology, anthropology and ethics to the Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Sir John Francis Prideaux, of Ockley, Surrey, former chairman of the National Westminster Bank and the Special Trustees of St Thomas's Hospital, left estate valued at pounds 436,331 net.

Mr Brian St John Inglis, of London NW3, the writer and broadcaster, left estate valued at pounds 188,828 net.

Mr Nigel John Robson, of Wormley, Surrey, former chairman of Grindlays Bank and the Royal Trust Bank, director of the TSB Group and Chairman of the London Committee of the Ottoman Bank, left estate valued at pounds 1,234,796 net.

Miss Angela Maria Sophia Antonia Ofenheim, of Hellingly, East Sussex, left estate valued at pounds 3,369,841 net. After personal bequests she left pounds 3,000 to St Wilfred's Hospice, Eastbourne; pounds 1,000 to the Friends of Eastbourne Hospital; the sale proceeds of her 1910 white teddy-bear to the Friends of Eastbourne District General Hospital, to benefit the Chidren's Ward; and the residue of her estate to the Cinderford Charitable Trust.

Miss Cynthia June Taylor, of Dibden, Hampshire, left estate valued at pounds 581,798 net. After personal bequests of pounds 151,000, she left pounds 10,000 each to All Saints Church, Dibden, and All Saints Church, Whiteparish, Wiltshire, and the residue to the Salvation Army.

Miss Patricia Charlton, of Budleigh Salterton, Devon, left estate valued at pounds 922,642 net. She left pounds 100,000 each to Hospiscare, Exeter, and Budleigh Salterton Hospiscare.

Miss Molly Rubie, of Beckenham, Kent, left estate valued at pounds 625,564 net. After personal bequests of pounds 51,500, she left three-tenths of the residue to St Christopher's Hospice, London SE26, and one-tenth of the residue each to the RNLI, the British Kidney Patient Association, Multiple Sclerosis Society, Migraine Trust, the Bermondsey and Brook Lane Medical Mission, RSPCA, and the Blue Cross Field Centre, Burford, Oxfordshire.

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