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MURRAY'S STUDENT'S MANUALS.
ENGLISH HISTORY AND LITERATURE.
THE STUDENT'S HUME: A HISTORY OF ENGLAND, FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE REVOLUTION IN 1688. By DAVID HUME. Incorporating the Researches of recent Historians. Revised, corrected, and continued to the Treaty of Berlin in 1878, by J. S. BREWER, M.A. With Notes, Illustrations, and 7 Coloured Maps and Woodcuts. Crown 8vo. 7s. 6d.
STUDENT'S CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND.
ACCESSION OF HENRY VII. TO THE DEATH OF GEORGE II. By HENRY
STUDENT'S MANUAL OF ENGLISH
LITERATURE. A new Edition thoroughly revised. By A. HAMILTON THOMPSON, B.A., of St John's Coll., Cambridge. With Notes, etc. Crown 8vo. 7s. 6d.
FROM THE CAPTURE OF
STUDENT'S HISTORY OF MODERN EUROPE.
STUDENT'S HISTORY OF EUROPE DURING THE MIDDLE AGES. By
STUDENT'S HISTORY OF FRANCE. FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE FALL
EMARLE STREET, W.
COLONEL TROTTER, Colinton House, J. PATTEN MACDOUGALL, Esq.,
SIR ALEXANDER KINLOCH of
PATRICK MURRAY, Esq., W.S.
ROBERT WEIR, Esq., Merchant, Edin-
JOHN JAMES COWAN, Papermaker,
R. L. BLACKBURN, Esq., Advocate.
THE PREMIUMS are so moderate that, at usual ages for Assurance, £1200 or thereby may be secured from the first for the same yearly payment which would generally elsewhere assure (with profits) £1000 only-the difference being equivalent to an immediate Bonus of 20 per cent.
THE WHOLE SURPLUS goes to the Policyholders, on a system at once safe and equitable,-no share being given to those by whose early death there is a loss to the common Fund.
Examples of Premiums for £100 at Death (with Profits).
* At age 30, £1000 at death may be secured by a yearly payment, during life, of £21, 3s. 4d., which would generally elsewhere secure (with profits) less than £900. Or £1000 may be secured at death by 25 annual payments of £26, 19s. 2d.Premiums thus ceasing before age 55.
THE SURPLUS at the 1901 Investigation amounted to £1,580,000. Over Sixty per cent of the Policies which became claims by death during the Septennium were entitled to Bonuses which, notwithstanding that the Premiums do not as a rule exceed the non-profit rates of other Offices, were on the average equal to an Addition of considerably over 50 per cent to the Original Assurances.
THE ACCUMULATED FUNDS exceed £12,500,000. LONDON-17 King William St., E.C.; West End-17 Pall Mall, S. W. GLASGOW-29 St Vincent Place.
ABERDEEN-166 Union Street.
HEAD OFFICE-6 ST ANDREW SQUARE, EDINBURGH.