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The Pkovideitt Life Office (continued).
The Profits (subject to a trifling deduction) are divided among the Insured, The plan upon which they are divided gives to each party insured a share proportionate to the amount of the Premiums he has contributed.
The next Division of Profits will take place at the close of this year (1852), and thenceforward periodically at the end of each Five Years, instead of Septennially as heretofore.
In addition to this advantage which is now offered to the Policy-holders in this Office, an annual addition or bonus is made to each Policy in anticipation of the Quinquennial Division of Profits.
Examples of the Extinction of Premiums by the surrender of Bonuses.
Date of Policy, Sum Insured. Original Premium. Bonuses added subsequently, to be further increased.
1806 1811 1818 £ 2500 1000 1000 £ s. d. 79 10 10 33 19 2 34 16 10 Extinguished Ditto Ditto £ s. d. 1222 2 0 231 17 8 114 18 10
Examples of Bonuses added to other Policies.
Policy No. Date. Sum Insured. Bonuses added. Total with additions, to be further increased.
521 1174 3392 1807 1810 1820 £ 900 1200 5000 £ s. d% 982 12 1 1160 5 6 3558 17 8 £ s. d. 1882 12 1 2360 5 6 8558 17 8
When a personal application is attended with inconvenience, full particulars may be obtained upon application by a letter, addressed " To the Agent of the Provident Life Office" in any of the principal towns throughout the United Kingdom, or " To the Directors, 50, Regent-street."
Mr.
Agent for Southampton,
A. BARLING,
67, HIGH-STREET
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