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City Of London Trade Protection Circular (Newspaper) - April 29, 1848, London, Middlesex CITY LON DON TRADE PROTECTION 29TH CITY OF LONDON TRADE known OF GUARDIAN 8 FOR THE CHABUS WILLIAM GRAHAM MOON IBB Jotter r and Fleet Street MORLEY and Swithins Adams James John Sir Charles Richard tIPE ASSURANCE SO Old Jewry Sir Jom Valentine Esq j James This Society is established on purely Mutual declaration of Every member has a voice and a vote in the government of the Society at the general Every member participates according to the amount of premium contributed in the Societys The bonus added to any policy maybe converted into an equivalent reduction in the future annual at the option of the The Society purchases the policies of its members at all times on a fair and liberal Liberty assured to travel or free of tra in any Licenses are granted to with permission to re free of extra in certain parts of the Cape of Good Upper and Lower New Zea the year 37 Age at Sum of Premiums paid Addition in d 336 0 16 0 13 6 0 0 18 6 16 0 11 3 16 0 0 7 6 0 9 12 15 10 0 0 0 0 I 17 0 3 12 16 fr 11 These are the 10 oldest on the Every policy la the Society on which have paid has a amount of to its V LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORA by Charter of King George for FIRE and MARINE granted their Life Policy on the 7th Their new prospectus embraces a variety of very eligible for Life Assurance at moderate the gross profits are awarded fto the assured by a bonus added to the payment in without a by a reduction of the future annual premiums The expenses of managing Jhe Life Department are as is taken but are defrayed by the Corporation out of their sAare of the thus to the assured all the advantages of Mutual Assur without liability of and the security of an ancient r and short period assur are on advantageous Parties proceeding abroad are liberally Fire Insurances on every of moderate at the current pre Prospectuses may be had at their Royal Ex and or sent free on written JOHN Quarter a The Very the Dean of Robert Owen Cambridge Hyde James Finsbury William John Bedford Covent George Parliament Charles Upper Thames George Office Charles Marlboro Pall Robert The Rev Charlton Stephen East David Montague John Crooked Lane Royal William Bradmore William Great William threadneedle George Wafson Wood Victoria Hugh New Palace James Jell Warwick Windham Hertford May Barnett Lombard Edward Frederick Jarney New Broad yOR WEST OT Upper Southwick Hyde 8OROBOK FOR WEST OF Upper Belgraye Belgrave Old John Esq Lower Belgrave and The City of London Life Assurance guaranteed by a subscribed Capita fully adequate to every offers all the advantages of the Mutual system without in Assured in its risks or and it facilities in every department on principles of true only by strict regard to PHOENIX and Charing for Far men Goods Loss or Damage by Robert Matthias Esq William i William Joseph Owen Kirkman Thomas James iU Biq John George Stanley Alfred Matthew Thomas Wilson Thomas Secretary for t fa Architect and and Insurance from Loaf Damage measure of great importance to and z ii neglected by Merchants and necessary to a capital is at all times held that pur in addition to which the privata fortune of individual in Company is responsible engagements and no person insured in this for the losses of others as is the case la Esta JOHN HENRY Vernon Bloomsbury BURLINGSON having found by experience how important it is to have a correct form of the whereby to make the hat invented a method by he without take the requisite and proportions and the admirer of a handsome upon one will be fully satisfied of the decided advantage of 1 BURLINGSON forms the and keeps them exclusively for those Gentlemen for whom they ate made and by strict regard to and combined with superiority of to retain the patronage of all those who may be induced to favour him with their With reference Gutta can confidently recommend it as an excellent material for Soles of Boots and especially if they are required to be dered impervious to May By Her Royal Letters AND DURABLE PATENT ASPHALTE n by The Royal Agricultural Society apd The Royal Horticultural The Most Noble the of His Grace the Duke of The Swiss Gardens The London and North the Chester and Holy the Leeds and the and other The Corporation of the City of and most of the Gentry and principal The price of the Felt only One Penny per square foot t and free on f Belfast THOMAS Fenchurch of whom also Hair Felt
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