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ADVERTISEMENTS.
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I^HIS Company was Established in the year 1824, for the purpose of carrying on the
business of Assurance and Annuities in all their branches, on the most improved
principles. It combines the advantages of purely Proprietary Offices and of Mutual
Societies, and yet is not possessed of the imperfections of either.
The Scottish Branch is so constituted as to afford to Insurers all the advantages pos-
sessed by any of the offices having their head-quarters in Scotland.
The Company undertakes to appear in Scotland, should any suit be instituted against
them in the Scottish Courts.
The Company do not require Irish probates or letters of administration to be taken
out on the lapsing of Life Policies issued in Scotland.
LIFE DEPARTMENT.
The rates of Premium have been lately carefully revised and reduced.
SPECIMEN OF THE TABLES.
Single Lives — Whole Term.
Without Participation.
With
Participation.
Age.
Premium.
Age.
Premium.
15
25
35
45
55
£19 2
1 17 6
2 9 1
3 6 5
5
15
25
35
45
55
£1 13 2
2 2 7
2 15 10
3 15 4
5 9 1
Policies issued assuring at moderate Premiums any sum from £50 to £3,000, payable
on the life assured attaining a specified age, or at his death, if it happens sooner.
Example. — A Party, aged 23 next birth-day, by paying an annual Premium of
£11. 18s. 4d. (averaging 4s. 7d. per week), can assure the sum of £500, to be pay-
able to himself on attaining the age of sixty, or to his heirs at his death should he die
earlier.
FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Fire Insurances, of almost every description, undertaken on similar terms with other
respectable Companies.
AGENTS IN SCOTLAND.
Edinburgh, D. & J. Robertson, 15 Royal Exchange.
Glasgow, John Boyce, Jun., & Co., 43 Virginia Street, Virginia Buildings
Bo Wylie & Mitchell, Accountants, 54 St. Vincent Street.
Greenock, Thos. Stark, Banker.
Haddington, James Stobie, Writer.
Leith, Colin C. Aikman, 36 Mitchell Street.
Dunfermline, William Philp, British Linen Bank.
Falkirk, P. Murdoch, Sheriff-Clerk.
Hamilton, James Nisbet, Grocer.
Kilmarnock, Matthew Smith, House Agent, 18 Bank Street.
By Order.
WYLIE & MITCHELL,
Resident Secretaries,
Company's Branch Office, 54 St. Vincent Street.
Glasgow, June, 1855.

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