Napoleon settled upon her a jointure of about six hundred thousand dollars a year.
As to any provision for her, it must have taken the form of a settlement, a jointure, or a dower.
He consents, 'that the jointure be made from my own estate.'
"But if my Lady Rackrent dies, there's an end of all jointure," says Jason.
Therefore my jointure produces nothing; all that I have to live on comes from the King and my son.
The Castle of Montargis is my jointure; at Orleans there is no house.
He would make her a jointure of eighty pounds by the year, and he spendeth two hundred by the year and more.
She was an Irish peer's widow, with a jointure of L2000 a year.
He did not want his wife stript of her jointure, or his children, if he had any, left without bread.
She left L800 a year jointure, a son to inherit the whole estate.