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L. B. SEELEY, at the Society's Depository, 169, Fleet-street;
J. HATCHARD, 190, PICCADILLY;
AND BY ALL OTHER BOOKSELLERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM.
FORM OF A BEQUEST TO THE SOCIETY.
I give unto the Treasurer for the time being, of “ The British and Foreign Bible Society,” formed in London in the year 1804, She sum of
Pounds Sterling, to be paid out of such part only of my personal estate as shall not consist of chattels real, for the purposes of the said Society; and for which the receipt of such Treasurer shall be a sufficient discharge.
Devises of land, or of money charged on land, or secured on mortgage of lands or tenements, or to be laid out in lands of tenements, are void; but money or stock may be given by Will, if not directed to be laid out in lande
nor of Bombay.
cellor of His Majesty's Exchequer.