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STATEMENT OF TRUSTS AND INVESTMENTS HELD BY THE

SOCIETY, MARCH 31, 1893.

TRUST FUNDS SUBJECT TO LIFE INTEREST.

Brewster Fund.

Transferred to the Society, July, 1871, by Rev. Dr. Prime, Trus

tee, on condition that the Society pay the income thereof to the daughters of Lemuel Brewster during their lifetime; after the death of the survivor, the fund to be used for the

general purposes of the Society Invested on Bond and Mortgage at 4! per cent., and income

paid to two daughters surviving.

$6,383 00

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Austin A. Parks Gift, Newark, N. Y.
With the provision that the donor shall receive 7 per cent. on the

amount of the gift each year during his lifetime, if he should

call for it each year. February 14, 1871.. Received Invested on Bond and Mortgage at 4 per cent.

$1,000 00

Oren Johnson Legacy, Beaver Dam, Wis.
By the Will of Oren Johnson, deceased, the estate is left for the

life-use of widow, and after her death payable to American

Bible Society.
Mrs. Johnson proposed that the Society receive the money from

the Executor and pay her the income during her lifetime.
Proposition accepted, May 25, 1871, on condition that she

receive whatever the income from investment may be. Received from Executor

$2,167 00 from Mrs. Johnson.

2,800 00

$4,967 00

Invested on Bond and Mortgage at 4 per cent. interest, and in

come paid Mrs. Johnson half-yearly.

Amount carried forward

$12,350 00

Amount brought forward

$12,350 00

A. P. Cumings Legacy, New York.
The Legacy by Mr. Cumings's Will was payable at decease of

widow. As it appeared the estate would not pay legacies
in full, the widow proposed to pay over at once the full
amount, on condition that she receive 7 per cent. interest
thereon during her lifetime; which proposition the Society

accepted.
June 19, 1874.. Received
Invested on Bond and Mortgage at 5 per cent. interest, and in-

come paid Mrs. Cumings yearly.

$5,000 00

William L. Devoo Estate.
By decree of the Supreme Court, City and County of New York,

January 17, 1885, the Society was appointed trustee of this
estate, as successor to John J. Cisco, deceased, “to collect
“and receive the income thereof, and from the income to
"pay to Malvina Devoo, during her life, the annuity be-
“queathed to her, being $3,500 a year; and, in case she
“shall exercise the power given to her to dispose of $10,000
“of the principal of said fund, then the Society shall pay
“such $10,000 according to such disposition thereof: also,

the Society shall pay to Betty Durling from the income six
“dollars each week of her natural life, and after the decease of

said Malvina Devoo and said Betty Durling, and the pay-
“ment of all sums herein directed, then and thenceforth the
said fund as then remaining, with all unexpended income
"thereof, if any, shall be held by said Society for its own

use.”
The fund now consists of:
Cash-balance of principal uninvested, and of in-

come on deposit in U. S. Trust Company $7,468 35 Bond and Mortgage at 5 per cent.

74,800 00

$82,268 35

E. Sterling Ely Gift, Buffalo, N. Y. Received at various times from Mr. Ely, from October 30, 1888,

to January 17, 1893, $6,500, the interest to be paid him dur

Amount carried forward

$99,618 35

$99,618 35

Amount brought forward ing his life, and to certain persons named should they survive him; at death of survivor the amount to become the

property of the Society. Invested on Bond and Mortgage at 4, 4), and 5 per cent.

$4,000 00 On deposit in U. S. Trust Company

2,500 00

$6,500 00

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Win. Houck Gift.
May 15, 1891, received from Mr. Houck eighty-three shares

stock, the proceeds of which are to constitute a trust fund
for his benefit, on which the Society is to pay him 6 per
cent. interest during his life; at his death the fund to become

the property of the Society. Proceeds sales stock

$12,794 12 Received in cash

4,705 88

$17,500 00

Interest on $3,500 is payable to his wife should she survive him.
Invested on Bond and Mortgage at 5 per cent. $14,000 00
On deposit in U. S. Trust Company

3,500 00

Dr. John E. Tyler's Estate, Boston, Mass. Will of Testator gives whole estate to Society on death of

widow. By an agreement with the widow the Society releases all claim

on the estate in consideration of $8,000 being paid at her death. Mrs. Tyler having given her obligation to pay or cause to be paid that sum, has deposited Manhattan Beach Railroad Company 7 per cent. First Mortgage Bonds, payable 1897, for $10,000, as collateral security for the obligation of $8,000

$8,000 00

Rev. Richard G. Keyes Gift, Watertown, N. Y. Received at various times from April 14, 1892, to January 12,

1893, from Mr. Keyes, 6 per cent. interest payable to him during his life, and to certain other persons should they

survive him Invested on Bond and Mortgage at 41 per cent. $3,000 00 In U. S. Trust Company

1,000 00

$4,000 00

Amount carried forward

$135,618 35

Amount brought forward

$135,618 35

Eliza Porter Gift, Alliance, Ohio. Received from Mrs. Porter, February 23, 1892, interest to be

paid her during her life In U. S. Trust Company

$1,000 00

1,000 00

$136,618 35

PERMANENT TRUST FUNDS.

E. J. M. Hale Legacy, Haverhill, Mass. Testator's Will provides that the amount of the legacy shall be

a trust fund, the Society to use and appropriate the annual

income. Aug., 1882 . . Received . Invested on Bond and Mortgage at 4 and 5 per cent.

$20,000 00

Hannah W. Richardson Legacy, Philadelphia, Pa. Will gives “$5,000, in trust, the interest only to be applied to the

publication and circulation of the Holy Scriptures, especi

ally in heathen countries.” Oct., 1883 .. Received . Invested on Bond and Mortgage at 5 per cent.

$5,000 00

Robert Hamilton Legacy, Portsmouth, Ohio. Testator's Will provides that his legacy shall be forever in

vested so that the Society shall have a perpetual income

from the same for its general purposes. 1860.. Received Invested on Bond and Mortgage at 4 per cent.

$5,000 00

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G. W. Tuttle Legacy, West Haven, Conn. Testator's Will provides that his legacy shall be invested so that

the Society shall have a perpetual income therefrom for

its general purposes. August 6, 1873. . Received Invested on Bond and Mortgage at 4 per cent.

$1,000 00

Amount carried forward

$31,000 00

Amount brought forward

$31,000 00

Charles N. Hayward Legacy, Bridport, VI. Testator's Will provides that his legacy shall be permanently

invested and the income therefrom applied to general pur

poses. Dec. 1, 1876 . . Received Invested on Bond and Mortgage at 5 per cent.

$1,000 00

Bowers French Legacy, Burlington, Conn. Testator's Will provides that his legacy shall be permanently

invested, and the annual income applied to the general pur

poses of the Society. Aug., 1879 .. Received Invested on Bond and Mortgage at 4 per cent.

$500 00

Irenus Hamilton Legacy, Concord, N. H. Testator's Will provides that his legacy shall be permanently

invested and the income applied annually for general pur

poses. Jan. 2, 1878.. Received Invested on Bond and Mortgage at 4 per cent.

$500 00

Caroline Phelps Stokes Legacy Fund, New York. By the Will the legacy is left without restrictions, but by re

quest it was accepted by the Board as a perpetual trust. March, 1882. . Received Invested on Bond and Mortgage at 4 per cent.

$10,000 00

Theodore Faxton Legacy, Utica, N. Y. Testator's Will provides that his legacy “shall be safely and

permanently invested and the income forever applied to

the uses and purposes of the Society.” May, 1882 . . Received Invested on Bond and Mortgage at 4 per cent.

$5,000 00

Amount carried forward

$48,000 00

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