Certain bonds were found in a safe deposit box of the decedent in an envelope marked with the words "Property of X." X sought to introduce evidence of declarations of decedent made to third persons to the effect that he had given the bonds to X before. Held, that such declarations were inadmissible because there was no extraneous evidence of a delivery of the bonds to X to support the theory of a gift. Reynolds v. Kenney, (N. H. 1935) 179 A. 16.
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