Jala Smith: Brothers Who Became Enemies

Jala Smith: Brothers Who Became Enemies

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  • Mr. Wesley is a rich, broad, and dark haired man whose father has grown quite ill. Mr. Wesley is his father's only blood related heir that will inherit his father's land and riches. Mr. James is much more light-haired, and is like another son to Mr. Wesley's father. However, Mr. James wants the equal amount of riches to be left to him, that Mr. Wesley will receive. So the two argue in frustration with the other, and are now enemies.
  • Mr. Collins, Mr. Wesley's father, rests on his death bed. The illness is taking him over faster as the second goes by. He says to himself , "Wesley, my boy", repeatedly hoping his dear son could hear him. Mr. Collins is aware of the situation going on with Mr. James. However, he is not concerned with who should rightfully have all his rices when he has passed, but who is there whenever he does pass.
  • Mr. James seeks out an attorney, whom he will bribe to state that Mr. James will receive the majority of the inheritance.  Attorney: " Mr. James do you realize that what you are asking me to do will lead to investigation by the authorities if anyone shall hear about it?" Mr. James:" My dear attorney, I am paying you quite a decent amount of pounds so that you will not  breathe a word of what I am asking. Therefore, if someone was to hear of this,z I shall have you and whomever knows, be killed." The attorney agrees to Mr. James's terms and practices the lines of what he will soon say to Mr. Wesley when he gives him the news that indeed Mr. Wesley will receive very little inheritance.
  • After brief meeting with Mr. James, the attorney travels to seek Mr. Wesley to give him the news that he will receive very little of his own father's inheritance. Mr. Wesley: " This is outrageous! My father would never let that two-nosed weasal inherit the majority of his riches. This if theft! I shall get the authorities involved so that I can speak to an actual professional."  Mr. Wesley storms off angry.
  • As Mr. Collins is still laid on his death bed, no one has yet showed up. He is deep in thought as he struggles to breathe. Mr. Collins knows whys now that Mr. Wesley is so set on setting everything straight. Mr. Wesley believes the inheritance will be the last thing of his father's. Mr. Collins now struggles for one more breath whispers, "Wesley..." and now is gone.
  • Later on, the attorney, Mr. Wesley, and Mr. James hear the news of Mr. Collins's death. Wesley is blinded with mourn and anger, because he could not be present whenever his father passed. The attorney nervously announces the "will" that Mr. Collins had wrote. Mr. James shall have every penny and every land that belonged to Mr. Collins. On the other hand, Mr. Wesley shall be left with noting and stripped of his title. 
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