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LONDON:
PRINTED BY AUGUSTUS APPLEGATH,
Duke-street, Stamfordl-street;

SOLD AT THE
SOCIETY'S HOUSE, EARL-STREET, BLACKFRIARS;
BY W. OLIPIANT, AND WAUGH AND INNES, EDINBURGH; M. KEENE,
DUBLIN ; AND BY ALL OTHER BOOKSELLERS IN THE UNITED

KINGDOM

FORM OF A BEQUEST TO THE SOCIETY.

I give and bequeath to "the British and Foreign Bible Society," instituted in London in the year 1804, the sum of

Pounds Sterling, to be raised and paid, for the purposes of the said Institution, out of such part only of my personal estate as shall not consist of chattels real, or money secured on mortgage of Lands or Tenements, or in any other manner affecting Lands or Tenements ; for which Legacy the receipt of the Treasurer for the time being of the said Institution, shall be a sufficient discharge to my Executors.

*** Bequests for charitable or benevolent purposes, of lands or tenements, or of money to be laid out in the purchase thereof, or charged on, or otherwise affecting lands or tenements, or of money secured on mortgage of lands or tenements, are void ; but money, stock, or other personalty, not falling under any of the above descriptions, may be so bequeathed.

CAUTION. An persons who may have bequeathed to the British and Foreign Bible Society Legacies, payable out of the late 5 per cent. Bank Annuities, are hereby respectfully requested to provide a substitute in their Wills, or by Codicils thereto, out of some other part of their PERSONAL Estate. And further, that in all bequests of Stock there may be superadded, that in case there shall not be any or sufficient money in the Stock named in the Will or Codicil to pay the said Legacy, that the same be paid out of the residue of the Testator's Personal Estate.

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PRESIDENT,

RIGHT HON. LORD TEIGNMOUTH.

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VICE-PRESIDENTS
Right Hon. and Most Rev. the ARCHBISHOP of TUAM.
Hon. and Right Rev. LORD BISHOP of DURHAM.
Right Rev. LORD BISHOP of SALISBURY.
Right Rev. LORD BISHOP of NORWICH.
Hon. and Right Rev. LORD BISHOP of LITCHFIELD and COVENTRY.
Right Rev. LORD BISHOP of KILDARE.
Right Rev. LORD BISHOP of DERRY.
Right Rev. LORD BISHOP of CALCUTTA..
The Very Rev. the DEAN of BRISTOL.
The Very Rev. the DEAN of SALISBURY.
His Grace the DUKE of BEDFORD.
Most Noble MARQUIS of HASTINGS.
Right Hon. EARL of LIVERPOOL, First Lord of the Treasury.
Right Hon. EARL of HARROWBY, President of the Council.
Right Hon. EARL of HARDWICKE,,
Right Hon. EARL SPENCER.
Right Hon. EARL of ROMNEY.
Right Hon. EARL of GLASGOW,
Right Hon. EARL of RODEN.
Right Hon. EARL of GOSFORD.
Right Hon. EARL of ROCK-SAVAGE..
Right Hon. Admiral VISCOUNT EXMOUTH.
Right Hon. Lieut.-General VISCOUNT LORTON.
Right Hon. LORD CALTHORPE.
Right Hon. Admiral LORD GAMBIER.
Right Hon. LORD BEXLEY.
Right Hon. LORD WATERPARK,
Right Hon. LORD HEADLEY.
Right Hon. LORD BARHAM.
Right Hon. CHARLES GRANT, M. P.
Right Hon. Sir GORE OUSELEY, Bart.
Sir THOMAS DYKE ACLAND, Bart. M.P.
Sir ROBERT HARRY INGLIS, Bart. M. P.
WILLIAM WILBERFORCE, Esq. M. P.
THOMAS BABINGTON, Esq.
Hon. CHARLES JOHN SHORE.

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COMMITTEE

(Elected May 4th, 1925.)

Thomas Allan, Esq. T. Bainbridge, Esq. J. Butterworth, Esq. Jesse Curling, Esq. C. A. Cordes, Esq. Roger Dawson, Esq. Henry Dobbs, Esq. John Eliot, Esq. Thomas Farmer, Esq. Michael Gibbs, Esq. Lancelot Haslope, Esq. P. J. Heisch, Esq. Luke Howard, Esq. William Jenney, Esq. J. G. Lockett, Esq. Z. Macaulay, Esq. Samuel Mills, Esq.

Thomas Pellatt, Esq. Richard Phillips, Esq. P. R. Poland, Esq. Henry Pownall, Esq. John Poynder, Esq. John Radley, Esq. Joseph Reyner, Esq. Nathaniel Robarts, Esq. Josiah Roberts, Esq. John Rogers, Esq. John Siffken, Esq. Robert Steven, Esq. Thomas Stokes, Esq. George Stokes, Esq. Joseph Trueman, Esq. E. N. Thornton, Esq. Percival White, Esq.

The Committee meet regularly at the Society's House, Earlstreet, Blackfriars, on the first Monday in every Month, at Twelve o'clock; and oftener, by adjournment, as business may require.

N. B. The General Meeting of the Society is held annually on the first Wednesday in May.

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