3 edition of Proposals from the Sun-Fire-Office found in the catalog.
Proposals from the Sun-Fire-Office
Sun Fire Office.
Written in English
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So, although proposals and probably attempts for fire insurance had been made before, by individuals or clubs, and by Anglo-Saxon guilds; yet we read that "a combination of persons"—which, in the words of to-day, we suppose means a company—opened "the first . The damage caused by the fire can be judged by Sun Fire Office alone paying out £40, to those who had suffered losses in the fire. It was a sunny and peaceful day when I walked down New Crane Stairs. The following photo is looking back up the stairs, the green algae demonstrating the height of high water on the stairs and surrounding buildings.
London Metropolitan Archives (Sun Fire Office policy registers and other Company policy records including card indexes and insurance maps, The collection was previously housed at the Guildhall Library up to ) British Library (The Map British Library holds a comprehensive collection of fire insurance plans produced by the London-based firm Charles E. Goad Ltd. dating. Tables of the New Rates, with the Conditions of Assurance, may be had at the SUN LIFE OFFICE in CORNHILL, and at the SUN FIRE OFFICE in CRAIG'S COURT, LONDON; also of any of the Agents for the Sun Fire Office. CARLISLE, ROBT. ASHBRIDGE. WHITEHAVEN, EDWD. WILLIAMS. WIGTON, SAMUEL RIGG. PENRITH, JOS. ATKINSON.
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Proposals from the Sun Fire-Office: near the Royal Exchange, for insuring houses, and other buildings, goods, wares and merchandize, from. Fire insurance marks are metal plaques marked with the emblem of the insurance company which were affixed to the front of insured buildings as a guide to the insurance company's fire identification marks were used in the eighteenth and nineteenth century in the days before municipal fire services were formed.
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A letter to the insurers and co-partners in the Norwich Union Life Office [electronic resource] / by Ric Proposals set forth by the Company of the Sun-Fire-Office, in Threadneedle-street, behind the Royal-exch Proposals set forth by the Company of the Sun-Fire.
The policy records of the Sun Fire Office are held at the Guildhall Library, London, but in some volumes. An initial transcription of a sample,was undertaken in and published as a booklet and set of 47 fiche, by D T Jenkins (1), and often available in major libraries.
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Full text of "The early days of the Sun Fire Office" See other formats Extract from the original " Proposal Forms " issued by the Sun Fire Office in "jFor tbc farther Encouragement of all persons tbere are actually employee in tbe Service of tbe ffice Ubirtv. lust. able=bot>v.'o firemen wbo are cloatb'J> in blue liveries ant> having Silver 3Baoges witb tbe Sun flDarh upon their arms.
British picture framemakers, - B. An online resource, launched inselectively updated twice yearly. He took out insurance with the Sun Fire Office as a papier mâché maker from Long Acre, near James St in and from James St in This includes his proposals for an Art School.
The life-insurance scheme collapsed inbut in the meantime Povey had floated (–8) the Exchange House Fire Office for Goods (London), or the Sun Fire Office.
Business does not seem to have been begun beforeand in December of that year a. Sun Fire Office, Proposals From the Sun Fire Office, near the Royal Exchange, for insuring Houses and other Buildings, Goods, Wares, and Merchandize from Loss and Damage by Fire () Charles Povey, The Secret History of the Sun-Fire-Office, dedicated to his Majesty's Principal Ministers of State, and to the Governors,Cited by: 6.
Full text of "O. Hood Phillips. Constitutional And Administrative Law" See other formats. This chronology is meant to help provide a sense of historical context for students of Restoration and 18th-century British literature.
The chronology is intended for browsing, with the assumption that meandering through portions of it is the best way to get a sense of the historical context around the specific moment or era you are interested in. followed in by ‘A Challenge in vindication of the Revolution’ (State Tracts,vol.
i.).In he printed ‘Proposals for raising One Thousand Pounds.’ Next year he was living at Wapping, and entered the coal trade; but, being persecuted by other merchants, he published ‘A Discovery of Indirect Practices in the Coal Trade,’in which he described one of his inventions.
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There are also Documents which in a page or two can change the course of history. The Sun Fire Office originated in a business established by Charles Povey in and known as the Exchange House Fire Office. This office used the Sun symbol as its firemark and became commonly known as the Sun Fire Office.
The business was taken over by the Company of London Insurers in and formally constituted as a partnership known as. before a little Book, but to find those qualifications which are requisite in a Patron, hoc opus, hic labor est”.
Stevens’ only salaried employment was as ‘author’ [editor] of the British Mercury, from July to Julyat an annual salary of £ This 4-page weekly had been launched in by the Sun Fire Office, for the benefit of.
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"The Ship Tavern". Proposals and policies for insurance Sun Fire Office and Edinburgh Friendly Insurance Office, - (73 items) 22 Prior titles for west side of Shiprow. Vendor is Alexander Webster, Advocate, - Includes marriage contract between John Christall and Jean.Sun Fire Office Insurance Policy No.
28th March Joshua Fielding, Waterside, Todmorden, cotton carder; Warehouse and one building used as cotton shops, plus house; £ – HAS () Waterside Mill, cotton carding, owned and occupied by Joshua Fielden who supports the bill for the Rochdale Canal.
Crompton’s spindle.Minutes of a meeting of the Badworth Hunt and a list of subscriptions; papers in suits concerning Gregory and Pilkington ; insurance proposals of the Sun Fire Office ; Prudential Assurance Association, address and tables c; petition to parliament concerning Midland Railway nd; bond and authority for Midland Railway