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capital stock of the Bank of
; also a note of hand signed by the said
, for the sum of fifteen thousand dollars; a note of hand signed by the said
, for the sum of three thousand dollars; a note of hand signed by
for the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars; a note of hand signed by
for the sum of six thousand dollars, which notes are severally secured by the lands and tenements, mortgaged as aforesaid; also a note of hand signed by for the sum of one thousand dollars.
All which real and personal estate the said party of the first part is desirous that the party of the second part should have and hold in trust for certain uses and purposes hereinafter set forth and expressed ; and in conformity with said intention, and for the purpose of carrying the same into effect, the said party of the first part, in consideration of the sum of five dollars paid to her by the party of the second part, the receipt of which she doth hereby acknowledge, and for divers other good considerations moving her thereto, hath given, granted, sold, and conveyed, and doth give, grant, bargain, sell, and convey, all the said lands, tenements, and real estate, and doth hereby bargain, sell, transfer, assign, and set over all the aforesaid chattels and personal estate, as the same are above specified and described, unto the said
and their heirs and assigns. To have and to hold the said granted premises unto the said
and and their heirs and assigns, and to the survivor of them and his heirs and assigns for ver to their own use, but in trust nevertheless for the purposes, objects, and intents hereinafter set forth and expressed, and for none other, namely:
First, That the said trustees and their successors in the said trust shall permit the said party of the first part, without any hindrance or interference by them, so long as she shall remain sole and unmarried, and shall see fit so to do, to receive and take in her proper person, or by her agent or attorney, the rents, income, dividends, interest, and profits of the said trust estate, real and personal, without any accountability therefor, to them the said parties of the second part; but if required by her, the said party of the first part, so to do, the said trustees and their successors shall collect and receive the said rents, income, and profits of the trust estate, and shall from time to time pay over the same unto the said party of the first part for her own use.
Secondly, That from and after the solemnization of the marriage of the said party of the first part, whenever that event may take place, the said trustees and their successors shall collect, take, and receive all the rents, income, and profits of the trust estate, real and personal, and shall from . time to time pay over the same to the said party of the first part, to and upon her separate order or receipt, made and signed by her, at or about the time of such payments respectively, and for her proper use, free from the control or interference of any husband she may have.
Thirdly, That at and after the decease of said party of the first part, the said trustees and their successors shall be seized and possessed of the said
trust estate to and for the use of such person or persons as the said party of the first part, by any last will and testament, duly executed, if she die sole and unmarried, or, in case she be at her decease a married woman, by any paper writing signed by her in presence of two or more credible witnesses, shall order, and appoint to take, receive, and hold the same, and in such shares and manner, and upon such terms and conditions, as she shall direct, order, and appoint as aforesaid ; and in case the said party of the first part shall omit to make any such will or testamentary appointment, then the said trustees and their successors shall hold the trust estate to the use of such person or persons as by the laws of this Commonwealth would, in case the party of the first part had died seized and possessed of the then existing trust property in her own right, have been entitled to the same as heirs-at-law, or distributees; provided always, that in such case the husband of the said party of the first part, if she leave a husband, shall be entitled to his life estate in all the real estate, as if he were tenant by the curtesy in and of the same, and be subject to all the duties incident to a tenant by the curtesy.
Fourthly, That the said trustees and their successors shall keep the said trust estate, real and personal, constantly invested in the most safe and profitable manner in their power, but relying always on their discretion in this behalf, and shall accordingly have power to sell and dispose of any of the said trust estate, and to make and pass all necessary deeds and instruments of conveyance thereof, and to purchase any other estate, real or personal and the same to sell again, and so from time to time to change the property composing the trust fund and estate; provided always, that all real and personal estate which may be purchased by them the said trustees with the trust moneys, or the proceeds of sale of the trust property, shall be conveyed and assigned to them and their successors as trustees as aforesaid, and shall be holden always upon the same trusts, and with the same powers, and for the same purposes, as are set forth and declared in this indenture of and concerning the estate firstly above described and conveyed to the said trustees.
Fifthly, That the said trustees or their successors, in case the said party of the first part shall so order and direct, shall invest the trust money or estate, or such part thereof as they shall be ordered as aforesaid, in the purchase of such house for the habitation and dwelling of the said party of the first part as she may select, and shall lay out and expend such other part of the said trust money and estate as she, the said party, shall order and direct, in the purchase of such furniture, plate, horses, and equipages, as she may choose and select for her own use; and shall permit her, the said party of the first part, with any husband she may have, to occupy and inhabit the said house, and to use and enjoy the said furniture, plate, carriages, and horses without impeachment of waste, and without any accountability to them the said trustees for the reasonable wear and use thereof, or injury by casualty; and the trustees shall keep the said house
and furniture insured against fire, and, in case of loss or injury by fire, shall lay out and expend the money which they may receive from the assurers, in the repairing or rebuilding of the said house, if so directed by the said party of the first part, and in the purchase of other and new furniture, plate, horses, and equipages in place of those which have been injured or destroyed by fire, and shall permit the said party of the first part to use and enjoy the same in manner aforesaid. And the said trustees and their successors shall
, when required by the said party of the first part so to do, sell and dispose of any house which may have been purchased by them for the personal occupation and habitation of the said party of the first part, and shall in manner aforesaid lay out the proceeds of sale of such house, and such other moneys as she shall direct, in the purchase of such other house as she shall select and direct them to purchase, and shall permit her to occupy the same in manner above set forth and expressed; and they shall also, when directed by the said party of the first part, sell and dispose of any of the furniture and other chattels, so as aforesaid, purchased by them for her use, and shall from time to time lay out and expend the proceeds of such sales and such other sums of money as they shall be directed by the said party of the first part to do, in the purchase of such other furniture, plate, horses, and equipages as she shall select for her own use; and shall permit her to use and enjoy the same in manner aforesaid ; provided always, that in case of any attempt by any person to sell or remove the said furniture or other chattels out of the personal care and custody of the party of the first part, without the consent of the trustees, they shall forth with take possession thereof, and convert the chattels so attempted to be removed or sold, into money, and shall hold the said money upon the trusts and for the uses set forth in this indenture ; and in all the cases in which any order or direction shall be given by the said party of the first part it shall be in writing, and be signed by her in presence of one witness at least.
Sixthly, That in case of the decease of the said trustees, or either of them, others shall be nominated by the party of the first part (if she see fit so to do), to be appointed as trustees in the place of the deceased; and upon such nomination being made and notified to the surviving trustee, he shall forth with, if such person be suitable, make and execute all such instruments in the law as shall be needful in the opinion of counsel, to associate such person in the said trust, and to transfer and convey to him the same interest in the trust estate, with the same powers over the same, and subject to the same duties, as are vested in and assumed by the parties of the second part in and by this instrument and the laws of the land. And in case either of the said trustees, the parties of the second part, or their successors, shall wish to resign said trust, they shall be at liberty to do so, first giving reason. able notice to the party of the first part, that she may find some suitable person, who shall be acceptable to the remaining trustee, to assume the said trust in place of the trustee resigning ; and the same proceedings shall then be had for the introduction and appointment of a new trustee as are above
provided in case of the decease of a trustee ; and in case of the decease or resignation at any time of any of the persons who may be hereafter appointed trustees, in manner aforesaid, similar proceedings shall be had for supplying the vacancy created by such decease or resignation. And the trust fund, property, and estate shall always be had and held by the persons so appointed from time to time in trust for the uses and purposes set forth in this indenture, and none other. And all nominations made as aforesaid shall be in writing.
Seventhly, That the purchasers of any estate, real or personal, which may be sold and conveyed by the trustees under this indenture, shall not be bound to see to the application of the purchase-money; but the receipt and acquittance of the trustees shall be a full and adequate discharge to such purchasers for such purchase-money.
Eighthly, That all the expenses and incidental charges of the trustees shall be deducted from the income of the trust property, as well as a reasonable allowance to the trustees for their own services.
Ninthly, That the resignation of any trustee shall not be, nor be pleaded as, a bar to the chancery jurisdiction of the courts of the Commonwealth, in case a resort against such trustee to the said court shall be necessary.
Tenthly, That the trustees under this indenture, each for himself and not for each other, shall be responsible for the want of due diligence only in the execution of the said trusts, and for their wilful defaults, and in case of the omission by the party of the first part to nominate a successor to either of the parties of the second part, or to any person appointed instead of them, or either of them who may resign or decease, the surviving or continuing trustee shall have power and authority to execute all the trusts herein specified and declared, in as ample manner as both the said parties of the second part might jointly have done. In Testimony Whereof, The said
hereto set their hands and seals, the day and year first above written.
(Signatures.) (Seals.) Signed, Sealed, and Delivered in Presence of
acknowledged this instrument to be
Then the within-named his free act and deed before me.
Justice of the Peace.
(5.) Another Form of Indenture in Trust, for Property of
in the gear of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and
by and between of
in the county of single woman, of the one part,
the father of the said , of the other part: Witnesseth, Whereas the said
is seized and possessed in her own right. uf the following-described real estate;
and is also seized and possessed of a certain piece of land. situate in said
; with the buildings thereon standing, and privileges and appurtenances thereto belonging; the whole of which were conveyed by to by deed bearing date the of
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and recorded in the Registry of Deeds for said county, lib.
And whereas the said
is possessed of the following personal estate: to wit, of shares, of the capital stock, of the
and is also possessed of the promissory note of for the sum o. dollars, dated
and payable and also of the bond of
dated the in the year of our Lord one thorisand nine hundred and conditioned for the payment of
dollars and interest. And whereas she, tảe said
is desirous of securing the said estate, both real and personal, in the event of her marriage, to her sole use and benefit; and for this purpose it hath been agreed, that all the estate and property aforesaid shall be granted, assigned, and transferred unto the said
and to such other trustee as shall hereafter be appointed according to the provisions hereinafter expressed, to be held in trust by them for the separate and sole use and benefit of her, the said
and her heirs (notwithstanding any such coverture), upon the terms and conditions, for the uses, intents, and purposes, under the limitations, and for and during the time, as hereinafter is expressed. Now, this indenture witnesseth, that the said
in consideration of the premises, and of the covenants hereinafter contained, and also of one dollar now paid to her by the said
the receipt whereof is bereby acknowledged, hath granted, bargained, sold, and transferred, and cy these presents doth grant, bargain, sell, and transfer, unto the said
his heirs and assigns, forever, all the real and personal estate, stocks, notes, and bond, herein before described and specified : To have and to hold the same to him, the said
bis heirs and assigns, forever, to and for the several uses, trusts, and purposes, and subject to the several provisions, limitations, powers, and agreements, hereinafter limited, deckicu, and expressed ; that is to say, to the sole use and behoof of the said
and her heirs until the solemnization of any such marriage, and, from and immediately afterwards, to and for the following uses, intents, and purposes, to wit:
That the said estate, both real and personal, stocks, notes, and bond, shall be held, by him, the said
and his successor in said trust in the manner hereinafter expressed and provided, to the sole use and separate benefit of her the said
without being liable to the debts. incumbrances, or control of any husband she may have during the