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.:. LITHOGRAPHY : S N Y D E R & B L A CK,
92 William Street, New York. Bonds with Coupons, Certificates of Stock or Deposit,
Checks, Drafts, Notes, Maps, Bills of Lading, and everything in the Art executed in the highest style.
A. MULLER AND COMPANY, Publishers of CHARTS and PRINTS, and Map and Print Colorers,
Maps and Show Cards Mounted,
OF ALL KINDS. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF SCHOOL BOOKS, PHILOSOPHICAL AND MATHEMATICAL WORKS,
BOOKS IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES, AND MUSIC TYPOGRAPHY. SMITH & MCDOUGAL, - - 82 Beekman Street, New York City.
Refer to A.S. BARNES & Co.; Ivison, BLAKEMAN, TAYLOR & Co.; HARPER & Bros. ; SHELDON & Co.; CARTER BROS.; AND OTHERS
To Reserve at four per cent... $95,571,877 00 “ Claims by death not yet due.. 908,635 00 “ Premiums paid in advance.
22.794 35 Agents' Balances.
8,479 56 “ Surplus and Contingent Guarantee Fund..
By Bonds Secured by Mortgages on
$46,303,472 34 " United States and other Bonds... 25,279,040 00 " Loans on Collaterals....
15.037.910 00 Real Estate.....
8,633,971 89 * Cash in Banks and Trust Companies at interest.....
3,403,249 63 “ Interest accrued
1,310,588 23 “ Premiums deferred, quarterly and semi-annual
1,039,229 68 “ Premiums in transit, principally for December...
140,786 48 $101,148,248 25
$101, 148,248 25
NOTE.-If the New York Standard of four and a half per cent Interest be used, the Surplus is over $12,000,000.
From the Surplus, as appears in the Balance Sheet, a dividend will be apportioned to each participating Policy which shall be in force at its anniversary in 1884. THÈ PREMIUM RATES CHARGED FOR INSURANCE IN THIS COMPANY WERE REDUCED IN 1879 ABOUT 15 PER CENT
ON ORDINARY LIFE POLICIES. Assets...
$101, 148,248 25 NEW YORK, January 18, r884.
FREDERICK S. WINSTON,
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
The Largest and Best-appointed School of Music, Literature and Art in the World.
MUSIC Is taught in all its departments, Instrumental and Vocal, including Pianoforte, Organ, Violin, and all Orchestral and Band Instruments, Voice Culture and Singing, Harmony, Theory and Orchestration, Church Music, Oratorio and Chorus Practice, Art of Conducting; also, Tuning and Repairing Pianos and Organs. All under the very best teachers, in classes and private. There have been more than 1900 different students in attendance the present school year.
ART DEPARTMENT. Drawing, Painting, and Modeling from Casts and from Nature, in Crayon, Water, and Oil Colors Portraiture and China Decorating with some of the best artists in the country. In classes and private. There have been 125 Students in attendance in this department in a single term.
ENGLISH LITERATURE. Common and Higher Branches, Elocution and Dramatic Action. Modern Languages: German, French, Italian, and Spanish, with the best native and foreign professors. Students can here pursue their literary studies in connection with music, thus acquiring that higher and broader culture which is now required of professors of music. Send for new Calendar, beautifully illustrated, free.
THE NEW HOME Is located in the heart of Boston, confessedly the Musical, Literary, and Artistic Centre of America. The beautiful Park in front, and the surrounding broad streets, make it both healthful and delightful. It is splendidly equipped for both Home and the Schools, furnishing Home Accommodations for 500 lady students, and Class Accommodations for 3,000 lady and gentlemen students.
FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 4, 1884. Tuition,
$5 to $20 per term of ten weeks. Board and Room Rent, Light, Heat, etc.,
$4.50 to $7.50 per week. E. TOURJEE, Director, Franklin Square, Boston.
PRESS OF J, J. 11TLE & CO., NOS. 10 TO CO ASTOR PLACE, NEW YORK
CONTENTS FOR NOVEMBER, 1884.
702,988 30 140,706 97
715,654 89 $2,559,299 16
Total Assets, January 1, 1883,
Portrait of Henry Clay. (See page 410.)
Frontispiece. Unsuccessful Candidates for the Presidency of the Nation. Mrs. MARTHA J. LAMB. 365
ILLUSTRATIONS.-Rare Portrait of George Clinton-Portrait of Elbridge Gerry-Rare Portrait of Aaron Burr-Portrait of Rufus King-Portrait of De Witt Clinton-Portrait of William H. Crawford - Portrait of William Wirt-Portrait of John C. Calhoun-Portrait of Lewis Cass-Portrait of Gene
ral Winfield Scott.
Prof. CHARLES F. RICHARDSON.
414 Button Gwinnett.
CHARLES C.-JONES, Jr., LL.D.
CHARLES HOWARD SHINN. 433
Early in the Mining Era-The First Camp in the Gold Region--Sacramento City as it was iì 1850.
Mrs. ESTHER GRACIE LAWRENCE WHEELER. 444
460 Minor Topics.-The Pre-Revolutionary Surgeons Kings County. FRANK B. GREEN. 464 Notes.-A Curiosity of the Embargo~Mrs. George W. Cullum-Lake Bomoseen Florida
Discovered in 1513–The Two Plum Puddings-General Gates' Will—The Acadians before their Removal.-A Gentle Reminder.
467 Queries.-William Moultrie-Buchanan-Rev. Bernard Page-Greycourt.
471 Replies.-Archibald McPheadris-Did the Romans Colonize America ?-Slavery in the Colony and State of New York-Schooner.
472 Societies.-New York Historical Society-Maryland Historical Society-Wyoming Histor
ical Society-Rhode Island Historical Society-New England Historic, Genealogical Society.
475 Book Notices.-Sir George Calvert, Baron of Baltimore, by Wilhelm-Captains of Indus
try, by Parton-Letters and Times of the Tylers, by Tyler-A History of Presidential Elections—Allan Dare and Robert Le Diable, by Porter-A Genealogical Memoir of the Lo-Lathrop Family, by Huntington—Stephen Hopkins, by Foster-Fifty years' Observation of Men and Events, by Keyes—The Life and Writings of John Filson, by Durrett - The Evolution of a Life—The Three Prophets, by Col. Long-An - Appeal to Cæsar, by Judge Tourgée.
477 Announcement.-For December, second article on the “Unsuccessful Candidates for the Presidency of the Nation.”
Advertisements-Books, Schools, etc., I to 6-Periodicals and Miscellaneous, 7 to 14.
BINDING THE MAGAZINE OF AMERICAN HISTORY.-We can furnish Covers for Binding in dark green levant cloth, for 50 cents; sent by mail, post-paid. Back numbers exchanged, if in good condition, for bound volume in cloth (as above), $1.00; in half Turkey Morocco for $2.00–subscribers paying charges both ways.
LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE INSURANCE CO.