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ADVERTISEMENTS.
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FOUR-FIFTHS of the Profits of this Society are allotted at the end of every seventh
year amongst the Assured. At the Third Division of Profits to 31st December,
1847, a Surplus Profit of £728,283 was declared, in respect of which Reversionary
Bonuses were added to the several Policies, amounting to £883,098, and making, with
the amounts added at the two previous Divisions, a total addition to the sums assured of
£1,929,085. l
The following Table will show the total amount of Bonuses added to Policies of £1,000
each, which have been in force twenty-four years, ending 31st December, 1847 : —
Age at
Commencement.
Bonus.
Age at
Commencement
Bonus.
20
£442
45
£652
25
460
50
761
30
487
55
890
35
507
60
1172
40
582
Up to 31st December, 1848, the sum of £1,969,289 had been paid in Claims upon
death.
The Assets of the Society exceed Three Millions Sterling, the whole of which is in-
vested in Government or real Securities.
Attendance is given at the Office daily from Ten to Four.
Assurances may be effected by personal or written application to the Actuary, or to
the Society's Agents in Scotland, above mentioned.
WILLIAM SAMUEL DOWNES, Actuary.
LIFE ASSURANCE AND ANNUITY COMPANY,
ESTABLISHED JANUARY, 1819,
Empowered by Special Act of Parliament, 7 and 8 Victoria, Cap. 48.
Office, 10 Chatham Place, Blackfeiabs, London,
GRANT LIFE POLICIES and ANNUITIES, Deferred or Contingent, on the most
favourable terms.
JOHN W ATKINS, 40 George Square,
AGENT FOE GLASGOW.
OFFICE FOR
SWEARING ENGLISH AND IRISH AFFIDAVITS,
77 MONTROSE STREET.
A. P. HENDERSON,
COMMISSIONER.

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