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FOUNDED 1823.
The Edinburgh Life
ASSURANCE COMPANY.
Incorporatcli bg '^d of ^Parliament.
FUNDS, £2,000,000. INCOME, £280,000.
, MODERATE PREMIUMS.
■ The Eates of Premium, taken in connection with the Bonus and other
clvantages, are specially moderate. The following are specimens of the Annual
'ayments required to assure £100 for the Whole Term of Life, WITH PARTICIPA-
lON IN Profits : —
.ge 30, £2, 7s. 7cl.— Age 40, £3, 3s. 2d.— Age 50, M, 9s.— Age 60, £6, 15s. 8d.
Policies may he had at loiver rates, without the right to participation in Profits.
EARLY BONUSES.
Policy-holders participate from the outset in the Profits of the Company,
3ceiving an increasing share as they advance in age. Policies of £1000 effected in
878 at the undernoted ages received the following Bonus Additions in 1885,
'ter Seven Premiums ; —
ge30, £85, 16s. Age 40, £88, 15s. Age 50, £99. Age 60, £144, 2s.
Many of the older Policies have been doubled in amount by successive Bonus Additions.
The Total Bonus Additions amount to nearly a Million and a Half Sterling.
NON-FORFEITABLE POLICIES.
This Company has made every provision against the forfeiture of
OLICIES through omission or inability to continue the payment of Premiums : —
After Three Years a Policy is not declared void for mere omission to pay a Premium,
but is held in force until the next renewal date, subject to payment of the Premium,
with a small charge in addition.
A Free Paid-up Policy for a reduced sum may be obtained after Two Premiums have
been paid ; or the time for payment of a Premium may be extended beyond the
usual thirty days of grace.
Claims are payable immediately on proof of Death and Title.
Policies indisputable and World-wide after Five Years.
THESE AND OTHER LIBERAL REGULATIONS
e fully explained in the Prospectus, a copy of which may be had on aj^plica-
tion at any of the Offices or Agencies of the Company.
[ead Oflace-22 GEORGE STREET, EDINBURGH.
imanagcr— GEORGE M. LOW, F.R.S.E.
Sccrctarg— ARCHIBALD HEWAT, F.F.A., F.I.A.
OFFICE IN GLASGOW: 122 ST. VINCENT ST.— J. J. ROBERTSON, Resident Secretary/.
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