Testator devised "all the property, real, personal or mixed of which I die seised" to defendant. Subsequently, he and his wife conveyed a portion of the land he then owned to the defendant. Defendant later reconveyed to the testator. Testator never republished his will, nor altered it in any way. Plaintiffs are his heirs at law and insist that as to these lands the will was revoked and the testator died intestate. Held, there was no revocation here. The land in question passed under the devise to the defendant as after-acquired property, the language of the general devise being sufficient to show such was the testator's intent. The case of Phillippe v. Clevenger is distinguishable in that that case dealt with a specific devise. Strang v. Day, (Ill. 1935) 199 N. E. 263.