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by Frederick G. Smith

Free eBook Practical Remarks on the Present State of Fire Insurance Business download ISBN: 0559959664
Author: Frederick G. Smith
Publisher: BiblioLife (January 28, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 148
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G. (Frederick . : Practical remarks on the present state of fire insurance business: the evils of competition pointed out, with hints for improvement.

G. Edinburgh, Printed by T. Allan, 1832) (page images at HathiTrust). Books - News - Features - Archives - The Inside Story.

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by Frederick G. Smith. Published 1832 by Printed by T. Allan. Reproduction of original from Kress Library of Business and Economics, Harvard University.

Smith (1832) Practical Remarks on the Present State of Fire Insurance Business (Edinburgh: Thomas Allan), pp. 33–4. On the role of the Lord Provost, see I. Maver (2007) ‘The Scottish provost since 1800: Tradition, continuity and change in the leadership of local self-government ’ in J. Garrard (e. Heads of the Local State: Mayors, Provosts and Burgomasters since 1800 (Aldershot: Ashgate), pp. 29–46. 36. B. Keith-Lucas (1980) The Unreformed Local Government System (London: Croom Helm).

While Life Insurance as a business began in the US in 1759, it wasn't until . Bibliographic Details

While Life Insurance as a business began in the US in 1759, it wasn't until 1843 with the establishment of the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York that operations began on a scale that foreshadowed what we see today. According to Tuckett, which is verified by history, this beginning on a very shaky foundation. in this pamphlet he explains the myriad mathematical details of this actuarial science, and demonstrates how one may successfully select a company to insure oneself . Bibliographic Details

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Principles of Insurance: Fire is a thorough overview of the insurance industry and its handling of cases involving fire. The material has been selected on the basis of the author's experience in teaching the subject, his experience in the business, and his association with insurance organizations. Gephart expertly weaves practical examples throughout the text to better illuminate the topics discussed.

4 Tuckett, Harvey, Practical Remarks on the Present State of Life Insurance in the United States (Philadelphia .

4 Tuckett, Harvey, Practical Remarks on the Present State of Life Insurance in the United States (Philadelphia, 1850), 22. 5 Levine, Ross, Financial Development and Economic Growth: Views and Agenda, Journal of Economic Literature 35, no. 2 (1997): 688–726. 6 Wright, Wealth of Nations. 7 Chevalier, Michael, Society, Manners and Politics in the United States, Being a Series of Letters on North America (Boston, 1839), 346–54. 11 Charter of the Middletown Insurance Company, Statute Laws of the State of Connecticut, Book 1 (Hartford, 1808), title 93, ch. 2. 12 Lawrence, Joseph, To the Providence Mutual Fire-Insurance Company, Providence Gazette (17 Mar.

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