La Revue Critique de Legislation Et de Jurisprudence Du Canada Volume 2
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1872 edition. Excerpt: ... the moveable property to a certain fund vested by the will in the fiduciary legatees and trustees in the terms following, to wit: 17th. I nominate and appoint the said Honorable John J. C. Abbott and John Cowan my executors for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this my will, and I divest myself in their hands of my moveable estate and effects to the end that they may pay the foregoing legacies, raising the necessary funds therefor in the most convenient manner without any unnecessary sacrifice, and immediately thereafter to transfer Vol. II. R No. 3. ' over the balance of my moveable estate to the fund which, by the provisions of this my will. is vested in my trustees and fiduciary legatees hereinafter named. 18th. I give, devise and bequeath the whole of the rest and residue of my estate real and personal, moveable and immoveable of every nature and kind whatsoever, to the said Honorable John J. C. Abbott and to the said Honorable Fraderick TorranceJ hereby creating them my universal fiduciary legatees, and it is my will and desire that they do hold the same in trust for the following intents and purposes, namely, to establish at Montreal in Canada, an institution to be called the Fraser Institute, to be composed of a free Public Library, Museum and Gallery, to be opened to all honest and respectable persons whomsoever, of every rank in life without distinction, without fee or reward of any kind, but subject to such wholesome rules and regulations as may be made by the governing body thereof from time to time for the preservation of the books and other matters, &c., ...
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- 13 Sep 2013
- United States
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