An answer to A letter to a gentleman in the countrey giving an account of the two insurance-offices, the Fire-Office & Friendly-Society
by H. S.
A letter to a gentleman in the country giving an account of the two insurance-offices, the Fire-Office & Friendly-Society
by Barbon, Nicholas, d. 1698.
A table of the Insurance Offices one, against the Royal-Exchange in Cornhill, and the other, at the Rainbow Coffee-House, next the Inner-Temple-Gate.
A second letter to his honoured friend Mr. M.T. one of the committee chosen by the Common-Council of London for the insuring of houses from fire.
by L. R.