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Page 341 - Willich's Popular Tables for Ascertaining the Value of Lifehold, Leasehold, and Church Property, Renewal Fines, &c, ; the Public Funds ; Annual Average Price and Interest on Consols from 1731 to 1861 ; Chemical, Geographical, Astronomical, Trigonometrical Tables, &c. Post 8vo.
Page 207 - The days of our age are threescore years and ten; and though men be so strong that they come to fourscore years : | yet is their strength then but labour and sorrow; so soon passeth it away, and we are gone.
Page 151 - If at the time of a fire the value of the objects covered by the policy is found to exceed the total of the insurance, the assured is considered as having remained his own insurer for that excess, and he is to bear in that character his proportion of the loss.
Page 275 - In any right-angled triangle, the square which is described upon the side subtending the right angle, is equal to the squares described upon the sides which contain the right angle.
Page 265 - A TREATISE on INVESTMENTS ; being a Popular Exposition of the Advantages and Disadvantages of each kind of Investment, and of the liability to Depreciation and Loss. By ROBERT ARTHUR WARD, Solicitor, Maidenhead, Berkshire. Fourth Edition, with Additions. Price 2*.
Page 150 - ... not extend to cover the same, excepting only as far as relates to any excess of value beyond the amount of such specified insurance or insurances, which said excess is declared to be under the protection of the policy, and subject to average aforesaid.
Page 150 - ... such fire or fires shall first happen. But it is at the same time declared and agreed, that if any specific parcel of goods...
Page 150 - It is hereby declared and agreed that in case the property aforesaid in all the buildings, places, or limits included in this insurance, shall at the breaking out of any fire or fires, be collectively of greater value than the sum insured, then this Company shall pay and make good such a portion only of the loss or damage as the sum insured shall bear to the whole value of the property aforesaid, at the time when such fire or fires shall first happen.
Page 89 - A Table of Anti-Logarithms ; containing to seven places of decimals, natural numbers, answering to all Logarithms from -00001 to -99999 ; and an improved table of Gauss' Logarithms, by which may be found the Logarithm of the sum or difference of two quantities.