The will (dated Jan. 11, 1882) of Mr. Antonio Alexander Ralli, late of No. 102, Westbourne-terrace, Hyde Park, and of No. 9, Gracechurch-street, foreign banker, who died on the 4th ult., was proved on the 28th ult. by Alexander Antonio Ralli and Pandia Antonio Ralli, the sons, and Theodore Emanuel Schilizzi, the executors, the value of the personal estate amounting to upwards of £437,000. The testator leaves to his son Alexander his freehold residence, No. 10, Heene-terrace, Worthing, and his house and grounds in his native island of Scio; to his son Pandia, his freehold house, No. 2, Heene-terrace; to his son Paul, his freehold house, No. 3, Heene-terrace; to his son George, a freehold garden and some land at Worthing; to his daughter Mrs. Polymnia Peter Scaramanga, £50,000; upon trust for his daughter Antonina, £50,000; to his daughters Mrs. Fanny Theodore Schilizzi and Mrs. Virginia Demetrius Spartali, £20,000 each; to his son-in-law Mr. Schilizzi, £5000; to his son-in-law Mr. Scaramanga, £1000; to the public school in the island of Scio, £500; to the Hospital of the Island of Scio and the special Hospital for the Leprous in the same island, £250 each; and legacies to two clerks, and to domestic servants. The residue of his real and personal estate is to be divided between his four sons, but one moiety is to accumulate for five years before division.
Source: The Illustrated London News, No.2258—Vol. LXXXI, Saturday, August 12, 1882, p.184