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“A SAVINGS BANK FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE WIDOW AND THE ORPHAN."
EMPOWERED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT. CAPITAL £500,000 OR $2,500,000. BESIDE A RESERVE FUND (FROM SURPLUS PREMIUMS) OF ABOUT 185,000 DOLLARS.
(Part of the Capital is invested in the United States.) T. LAMIE MURRAY, Esq., George street, Hanover-square, Chairman of the Court of
Directors in London.
UNITED STATES BOARD OF LOCAL DIRECTORS.
Chief OFFICE FOR AMERICA, 74 WALL-ST., N. Y. Jacob Harvey, Esq., Chairman, John J. Palmer, Esq., Jonathan Goodhue, Esq., Jas. Boorman, Esq., Geo. Barclay, Esq., Samuel S. Howland, Esq., Gorham A. Worth, Esq., Samuel M. Fox, Esq., Wm. Van Hook, Esq., and C. Edward Habicht, Esq.
EDWARD T. RICHARDSON, Esq., GENERAL ACCOUNTANT. Pamphlets, Blank Forms, Tables of Rates, Lists of Agents, &c., &c., can be obtained at the Chief Office, -4 Wall Street, or from either of the Agents throughout the United States, and British North American Colonies.
J. LEANDER STARR, General Agent for the United States, and B. N. A. Colonies.
NAUTILUS (MUTUAL) LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Office No. 58 Wall Street. This Company recently organized, upon the improved and deservedly popular principle of mutwal assurance, will confine its business exclusively to Insurance on Lives.
It commences with a capital of $50,000, which will be continually augmenting as its business increases. The rates of premium correspond with those of other American Companies. One of the peculiar advantages attending insurance with this company is, that all the assured
nterested in its success: for its charter provides that each and every member shall be annually credited with his proportional share of the amount of premiums earned, after deducting losses and expenses. But in no case shall his share of loss exceed the amount of such premium,” These earned premiums or profits will be safely invested by the company, constituting a permanent fund, annually augmenting for the benefit and security of all parties interested.
The Rates of Insurance on One Hundred Dollars, on a Single Life, for One Year.
Persons may effect insurance on their own lives or the lives of others.
A man may effect insurance on his own life in the name of his wife for her benefit, and paya. ble to her-and in case of her death previous to the death of her husband, payable to her children for their use, and to their guardian if under age. LEWIS BENTON, Secretary.
J. D. P. OGDEN, President. PLINT FREEMAN, Actuary.
A. M. MERCHANT, Vice President. ALEXANDER HAMILTON, Jun., Attorney.
Medical Examiners.-George Wilkes, M.D., 28 Laight street, Cornelius R. Bogert, M.D.,5 St. Mark's Place.