Documents of the Assembly of the State of New York Volume 141, no. 5

 
9780217444705: Documents of the Assembly of the State of New York Volume 141, no. 5
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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. 1918 edition. Excerpt: ...face value of Third Avenue Ry. Co. adjustment mortgage 5 per cent income bonds and $100,000 face value of Jerome Park Ry. Co. first mortgage 6 per cent bonds. Interborough Consolidated Corporation Intercorporate Holdings--Concluded Schedule 1.--Securities and Evidences of Indebtedness of Common Carriers Owned or Controlled by Interborough Consolidated Corporation, Metropolitan Securities Company and New York Transportation Company, as of June SO, 1916 Par value (Term) Date of maturity NAME OF COMPANY AND SECURITY OWNED By Interborough Consolidated Corporation: N. Y. Railways 1st real estate and refunding 30-year gold bonds N. Y. Railways adjustment 30-year gold bonds 17 2,300 20 January 1, 1942 Rate of interest S3,000 00 January 1, 1942 Schedule 2.--Obligations to Associated Companies, as of June 30, 1916 New York Transportation Company to Fifth Avenue Coach Company: Current account; amount. $3,773.87; interest, none. Schedule 3.--Capital Issue and Consideration Received Therefor Secured by Holdings of Stocks Par value of holdings of Consideration stocks used Par value received as collateral Name o Company and Capital Issue of issue therefor security Trustee Interborough Consolidated Corporation: Interborough Interborough-Metropolitan collateral trust Rapid Transit Empire Trust 4 per cent bonds issued in 1906 §67, 825, 000 00 N.R. $33,912,800 00 Company Interborough-Metropolitan 10-year 6 per New York cent collateral gold notes, dated Janu-Railways Bankers Trust ary 1,1915 3,000,000 00 N.R. $15,270,100 00 Company Metropolitan Securities Company: Not? eiven to Interborough--Metropolian Ce:i'ral C-oss'own Company, May 22, 1907 15,000,000 00 N.R §502,800 GO 12 Acquired by Interborough-Metropolitan Company. 33 Consisted of stocks,...

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Assembly, New York. Legislature.
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ISBN 10: 0217444709 ISBN 13: 9780217444705
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Descripción General Books, United States, 2009. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: N/A. Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Purchase of this book includes free trial access to where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: and in the case of Crayford, for which we have the parish of St Katharine Cree in the city. The connection thus discovered for three out-stations of the territorium boundary must point very strongly to something older than the burghal stronghold. It is only necessary to add that Staines was the Roman Pontes on the road between London and Silchester, and we have all the information available for the western parallel to that which we have found on the east and south. Let us finally turn to the northern side of the territorium. The nearest Roman city to London on the north is Verulam, and it happens that there is an important topographical feature, the history of which illustrates the point we are discussing. This feature is the so-called barrow on Hampstead Heath. It has been the subject of several traditions and much speculation.1 But one point stands out most clearly, namely, that this barrow was connected with both London and St Albans. This is contained in a legend recorded by Howitt as follows: In very early times the inhabitants of St Albans, who aspired to make the town the capital of this part of England, finding London growing a vigorous rival, set out to attack and destroy it; but the Londoners turning out met and defeated their enemies of St Albans on this spot, and this mound contains the dust of the slain. 2 Now I agree with Professor Hales in his attempt to elucidate this tradition, that 1 I fear I have contributed to this speculation in company with Professor Hales, Mr Elliot Stock, and others. See Athenccum, 1710 November and 1st December 1883. 1 Howitt, Northern Heights of London, 329-330. traditions are always from one point or another worth regarding. If they do nothing else they may illustrate some side of the popular mind, some tendency of. Nº de ref. de la librería APC9780217444705

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Assembly, New York. Legislature.
Editorial: General Books, United States (2009)
ISBN 10: 0217444709 ISBN 13: 9780217444705
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Descripción General Books, United States, 2009. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: N/A. Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Purchase of this book includes free trial access to where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: and in the case of Crayford, for which we have the parish of St Katharine Cree in the city. The connection thus discovered for three out-stations of the territorium boundary must point very strongly to something older than the burghal stronghold. It is only necessary to add that Staines was the Roman Pontes on the road between London and Silchester, and we have all the information available for the western parallel to that which we have found on the east and south. Let us finally turn to the northern side of the territorium. The nearest Roman city to London on the north is Verulam, and it happens that there is an important topographical feature, the history of which illustrates the point we are discussing. This feature is the so-called barrow on Hampstead Heath. It has been the subject of several traditions and much speculation.1 But one point stands out most clearly, namely, that this barrow was connected with both London and St Albans. This is contained in a legend recorded by Howitt as follows: In very early times the inhabitants of St Albans, who aspired to make the town the capital of this part of England, finding London growing a vigorous rival, set out to attack and destroy it; but the Londoners turning out met and defeated their enemies of St Albans on this spot, and this mound contains the dust of the slain. 2 Now I agree with Professor Hales in his attempt to elucidate this tradition, that 1 I fear I have contributed to this speculation in company with Professor Hales, Mr Elliot Stock, and others. See Athenccum, 1710 November and 1st December 1883. 1 Howitt, Northern Heights of London, 329-330. traditions are always from one point or another worth regarding. If they do nothing else they may illustrate some side of the popular mind, some tendency of. Nº de ref. de la librería APC9780217444705

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