|Author:||Fire Office (London, England)|
|Title:||A table of the insurance office at the back-side of the Royal-Exchange, shewing the premium, or rate of insurance for brick-houses (the same to be reckoned double for timber) from one pound per annum rent to an hundred ...:|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A table of the insurance office at the back-side of the Royal-Exchange, shewing the premium, or rate of insurance for brick-houses (the same to be reckoned double for timber) from one pound per annum rent to an hundred ...:
Fire Office (London, England)
[London]: printed by Tho. Milbourn, in Jewen-Street, for the gentlemen of the insurance office on the back-side of the Royal-Exchange, where these papers are to be had gratis, 1682.
Insurance, Fire -- England
Insurance -- Rates
A Table of the Insurance Office at the Back-side of the Royal Exchange, Shewing
The Premium, or Rate of Insurance for Brick-Houses (the same to be reckoned Double for Timber) from One Pound per Annum Rent to an Hundred, for the Term of Thirty-One Years, or Under, which is Six Pence in the Pound-Rent for one Year, and to Discount by way of Purchase; that is, Five Years Paid down for Seven Years Insurance; Seven, for Eleven; Ten, for Twenty-One; Eleven, for Thirty-One. For every Pound-Rent Insured, Ten Pounds in Money (which is One Hundred Pounds for Ten Pounds per Annum) is to be paid as often as the House is Burnt down, or Demolished, within the Term Insured. If Damaged, then to be Repaired.