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Assets,
Amount paid to Widows and Orphans of Deceased Members, over
Surplus Dividends paid in Cash and added to Insurance, over
Members Insured in 1868,-10,722
Amount Insured in 1868,

$5,500,000 00 1,200,000 00

650,000 00

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33,073,000 00

Amount Insured.

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PROGRESS OF THE COMPANY.

New Policies Issued. 1866 5,450

$17,000,000 1867 10,284

31,310,725 1868 10,722

33,073,000
ASSETS.
1866 Dec. 31st.

$1,569,929
1867
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3,077,553
1868

5,170,500 EVERY DESIRABLE FORM OF POLICY Issued from $1,000 to $25,000 on a single life.

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