Title

Rules, orders, & regulations, of a friendly society, called the British Assurance Society : held at no.129, Aldersgate-Street, now fully established by act of Parliament, Was first formed on the 26th of October 1773, and on the 24th Day of March 1779, was further established by Deed, Inrolled in his Majesty's Court of King's Bench, Westminster. For the Mutual Benefit, Relief, Assistance, and Support of the Members of this Society, the Widows and Children of deceased Members, in Case of Sickness, Lameness, Blindness, Superannuation, Death, and Incidental Casualties. To which is added by way of preface, some remarks on the utility of benefit societies in general, and the public advantages of this society in particular

Date

1795

Description

With an engraved membership form bound before the title page.

Publisher

London : printed for the society, by J. Browne

Language

English

Coverage

Rights

Public domain

Citation

The British Assurance Society, “Rules, orders, & regulations, of a friendly society, called the British Assurance Society : held at no.129, Aldersgate-Street, now fully established by act of Parliament, Was first formed on the 26th of October 1773, and on the 24th Day of March 1779, was further established by Deed, Inrolled in his Majesty's Court of King's Bench, Westminster. For the Mutual Benefit, Relief, Assistance, and Support of the Members of this Society, the Widows and Children of deceased Members, in Case of Sickness, Lameness, Blindness, Superannuation, Death, and Incidental Casualties. To which is added by way of preface, some remarks on the utility of benefit societies in general, and the public advantages of this society in particular,” The Harriet Tubman Resource Centre Digital Archive, accessed September 22, 2019, http://digital.tubmaninstitute.ca/items/show/67.

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