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* Thou was bouxsome and bayne his body to tent, Court and Donore, and near the liberties of the

And to his byddyng bowandi to blysse that vs broghte, Earl of Meath. I have deeds relating to it in my
Thou servede that semly till hir sone sent
Aftir hir hym-selfene," &c.

office. The phrase, “Miss Spence on Crooked I. e. “ Thou wast obedient and ready to take care of Staff,” meant, I should think, that she lived there. His (Christ's) body, and bowing to His will who brought

Francis Compton, Solicitor. us to bliss; thou servedst that seemly one (the Virgin)

43, Dame Street, Dublin. till her Son sent after her Himself.”

“THE THREE PIGEONS” (3rd S. xii. 79.)-I This exactly agrees in sense with the first two

cannot think that the sign has any religious lines of the quotation, but I find nothing here as origin. Three is common on signs. Some threes to the burial of the Virgin in Gethsemane. are certainly connected with religion, e. g., “The

WALTER W. SKEAT.

Three Kings," “ The Three Crowns, Cambridge.

Three Children,” “ The Three Women ” [Faith, The following, which I have extracted from Hope, and Charity ?). I have in England met the 8th chapter of Maundevile, shows that the

with " The Three Jolly Vicars, “ The Three tradition existed three centuries previously to the Jolly Butchers," " The Three Jolly Dogs," "The

Three Hats" verses cited by W. R. S.:

[Cardinals' Caps], “ The Three

Feathers,” &c. &c. In Manchester there used to “ Also in the myddel Place of the Vale of Josaphathe, be — it may still exist — a low public-house is the Chirche of oure Lady: and it is of 43 Degrees, which had for a sign three winged chamber vesundre the Erthe, unto the Sepulcre of oure Lady. oure Lady was of Age, when sche dyed, 72 Zeer. * sels! The house was called by a name that I In that Chirche were wont to ben blake Monkes, that cannot transfer to “N. & Q.' I have always hadden hire Abbot. . And besyde that Chirche is a

regarded this sign as a Royalist alteration of a Chapelle, besyde the Roche, that highte Gethesamany; Puritan sign of “Three Cherubs.”. Many of the and there was oure Lord," &c. &c.

E. B. NICHOLSON.

threes may have had an heraldic origin. In arms Tonbridge.

where we have a chevren we often find three (3rd S. xii. 67.)

figures of some kind, as Or, à chevron gules be

tween three lilies proper, 2 and 1. Some years “ In the clear heaven of her delightful eye,” &c. ago, when travelling in Merionethshire, I rested The lines are by Montgomery, and occur in a

at “The Three Pipes," and on the following day poem of his which I think is entitled “ Home.” I dined at “ The Three Cross Pipes.”

F. E. TILL. I cannot enter on the question about doves and MARQUIS D'AYTONE (3rd S. xii. 65.)—If I mis- pigeons. However, I must remark that doves take not, the celebrated Francis Moncade's title

are certainly pigeons, and belong to the same

natural class, Columba. The Greeks and Ruswas Aytona, not Aytone, which is not more Anglo-Saxon than these other Spanish names:

sians, and I believe the Turks also, never eat the Solsona, Tarazona, Ossuna, Ocana, Almanza, &c. In this they are perfectly consistent.

dove. They abstain also from eating the pigeon.

S. J. Born at Valencia on Dec. 29, 1586, he held with much distinction, under Philip IV., the highest BATTLE OF BAUGÉ (3rd S. xii. 53, 54, 118.)— offices of the state : such as Counsellor of State, P. A. L. totally mistakes the nature of my arguAmbassador at the Court of Vienna, Governor of ment founded on the fact, that no person in holy the Netherlands, and General-in-Chief of the orders could have used a lance. The use of steel Spanish armies. Historians are unanimous as to harness—i. e. defensive armour-has bearing his political and military virtues. He died in the on the question. P. A. L. might have surmised zenith of his military glory, in the camp of Glock, that no writer connected with Lanarkshire would Duchy of Cleves, 1635, just after having routed be likely to overlook the reply of Gavin Douglas, two armies. Like Cæsar, he could wield the pen Bishop of Dunkeld, to his brother prelate: My as well as the sword. At the age of twenty-seven Lord, your conscience clatters.”' he composed a military history, which is much The objection is confined to the lance, sword, esteemed, entitled Expedition of the Catalonians or dagger, as offensive weapons. To use the and Aragonese against the Turks; likewise a life phraseology of the Scotch criminal courts, an of Manlius Torquatus; also, the history of the ecclesiastic might commit an assault “ to the celebrated monastery of Mount Serrat. A splen- danger of life," but not “ to the effusion of blood.” did equestrian portrait of him, by Van Dyke, is in Surely P. A. L. must recollect the case of the fact in the Louvre. It is one of its gems. warlike French bishop, who, to avoid this pro

P. A. L. hibition, rode into battle armed with a mace. MARRIED ON CROOKED STAFF (3rd S. xii. 108.)

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EAGLE INSURANCE

LONDON.

COMPANY,

REPORT OF THE DIRECTORS. For the Year and Quinquennium ending 30th June, 1867, read at the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of

PROPRIETORS, 9th August, 1867. GEORGE RUSSELL, ESQ., Chairman of the Company, in the Chair.

The Report which the Directors have now to make to the Proprietors has ref-rence not only to the progress of the Company during the past year, but also to the more important consideration of its financial condition at the close of another quinquennium, and of the long term of Sixty years from the date of its establishment.

As regards the progress of the Company during the Year, it may be sufficient to state that the ordinary Receipts and Payments have been augmented by those of another small Assurance Society, the business of which has been transferred to the Eagle in this interval. Thus, the total Premiums received have

been £397,533, and the Interest from Investments, 2123.852 ; whilst, on the other hand, the Claims on decease of Lives Assured have amounted to £307,016, and the Expenses of Blanagement to £16,923_this last sum including €3,909, which will, for the most part, now cease.

An exception to this general augmentation is to be found in the case of the Premiums on New Assurances, which have amounted to £15,101-a less sum than they have reached in foregoin? years.

Adverting now to the results of the quinquennial investigation, which has been in progress for several months, and which has been conducted with au due care and circumspection, it appears, from the Actuary's statement, that there were in force on the 30th June last, the following Policies, viz. :

16.882 participating, assuring, with additions, 23,305,962, and paying Premiums amounting to 2274,517 per Annum;

And 4,096 non-participating, assuring £3,709,743, and paying Premiums amounting to £112,319 per Annum. The total amount Assured in these two classes_viz., £13,015,705_together with some annuities, is found, by the minute and laborious processes used in such investigations, to involve an immediate liability of £6,211,830.

The total Annual Premium receivable-viz., 238,836-—is shown, by the like processes, to be now worth £1,506,168, or nearly 12 years' purchase.

The net Liability arising under these large items_-viz., 21.738,669-is included in the following statement, which has been verified by the Auditors, and which comprises all the realised and unrealised Assets of the Company, and also all cluims ugainst it, immediate or remote. LIABILITIES. £ 8. d.

ASSETS.

£ Interest due to Proprietors 3,533 7 6 Amount invested in fixed Mortgages

- 1,359,448 3 5 Claims on decease of Lives Assured, and additions thereto

Ditto ditto, decreasing Mortgages

191,919 8 2 unpaid 56,774 14 1 Ditto ditto, Reversions

585,972 10 7 Sundry Accounts 21.947 16 11 Ditto ditto, Funded Securities

347,502 11 11 Value of Sums Assured 6,914,829 14 6 Ditto ditto, Temporary Securities

123,227 13 9 Proprietors' Fund

- £177,650 0 0
Current Interest on the above Investments

28,987 3 3 Surplus Fund

981,314 13 9
Cash and Bills -

27,207 17 10 1,159,194 13 9 Advanced on Security of the Company's Policies

148.572 3 S Agents' Balances

28,017 03 Sundry Accounts

43,175 311 Value of Reassurances

100.0 12 O Value of Premiuins

- 4,506,167 18

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Deducting the Sums payable on demand, or at an early maturity, it Additions to the Sum of £1,000, assured under the Eagle will be found that the realised Assets above set forth amount to €1.897,856 108.3d., and the Proprietors will observe that of this amount

Policies of Twenty Years' standing. £177.650, their paid-up capital, is set apart exclusively for them ; £1,738,661 16s. 6d. exclusively for the Policyholders, and £981.514 13. 91. Age Additions prior

Additions now for both. This last item forms the provision for the present Bonus, and

Total
at Entry
to 1867

made
the accumulating fund for future Bonuses and Expenses, and it is re-
commended accordingly that 1208.774 be now appropriated for imme-

d.
£ 8 d.

£ 8. d. diate distribution, leaving £772,740 138. 9. to accumulate, and also to

23 meet the reductions of Premium in respect of the Policies transterred

235 00
67 12 0

302 12 0 by the National Mercantile Assurance Society, the first of which reduc.

221 5 10

62 16 0

284 1 10 tions, it muy be rernembered, is to take place in 1869.

213 15 10

59 10 0

273 5 10 The share of the present distribution pertaining to the Proprietors

31
193 19 7
64 13 0

248 127 will be paid to them, with the dividend, early in October. The portion

36
180 6 8

49 14 0

230 08 to be allotted to the Policyholders will be determined as quickly as

41
107 2 4
46 80

213 10 4 possible, and notices of the addition made in each case dispatched to

161 2 2

46 12 0

207 14 2 them; but this process will necessarily occupy considerable time. Meanwhile, some idea may be formed of the amount of these rever The additions to be made to the assurances of the Society just transsionary additions by an examination of the subjoined Tuble, which ferred, will be in the same proportion, but will be necessarily sinaler exhibits them in the instance of Assurances twenty years old, eff:cted in arnount, in consideration of the shorter time, that is to say, of the on lives of various ages ac commencement of the risk.

eighteen months only in which they have accrued. The Directors consider that these results are satisfactory, and they trust that the Proprietors will be of the same opinion, looking at the progress which the Company has made during the last twenty years, and the position which it has now attained, they feel themselves jusiified in anticipating that its future career will be a successful one. They will only add, that they hope in a few weeks to be enabled to remove from their Temporary Officer to the new premises in Pall Mall, and thenceforth to have more suitable accommodation for the carrying on of the Company's business than it has been their good fortune of late years to enjoy.

16

The Direction of the Company is now constituted as follows :

COL. CHAS. WETTERALL. K.C.T., CHAIRMAX.

RIGHT IION. SIR JOIN YOUNG, Bart., K.C.B., DEPUTY-Chaianas.
CHARLES BISCITOFF, Esq.

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SIR J. BULLER EAST. Bart., D.C.L.

PHILIP ROSE, Esq.
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GEORGE RUSSELL, Esq.
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1. The Adventures of Dr. Brady. By W. H. Russell, LL.D. (With

an Illustration.)
Chap. VI The School.

VII. The Cruise.

VIII. The Return. 2. September in England. (With an Illustration.) 3. " Refusers." 4. Aunt Anastasia on Pretty Prayer-books. 5. Our Lake Land. 6. The Rock Ahead. By Edmund Yates. (With an Ilustration.). Book I. Chap. I. Rowley Court.

II. In Possession.

III. Carabas House.
7. Death: a Sonnet.
8. St. Ambrose.
9. At the Bains de Mer.
10. The Hon. Alice Brand's Correspondence. No. II.
11. Taking the Air.

12. Paris Fashions. (With Coloured Plate and several Illustra-
tions.)
13. Tired.
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