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PHENIX INS.CO.

OF BROOKLYN, N. Y.

JANUARY IST, 1880.

Capital,
Gross Surplus,

Gross Assets,

$1,000,000 00

1,532,669 82 $2,532,669 82

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ASSETS. United States Bonds, par $805,000, Market Value, $851,175 00 Loans on Bond and Mortgage (security valued at $415,250)

211,000 00 Loans on demand, (security valued at $84,301,) 64,968 00 Other Bonds, par $484,992 33, Market Value,

477,220 84 Cash in Bank and Office,

403,138 00 Real Estate, unincumbered,

315,000 oo Premiums in course of Collection,

124,550 74 Interest accrued,

9,839 33 Salvages, Reinsurance Claims, Wrecking Apparatus, etc.,

75,777 91

$2,532,669 82

LIABILITIES. Reserve for Reinsurance,

$868,014 59 Reserve for all Unpaid Loss Claims,

132,087 39 All other Liabilities,

11,451 05 Capital Stock,

1,0,00000 00 Net Surplus,

521,116 79 $2,532,669 82

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STEPHEN CROWELL,

PHILANDER SHAW, President.

Vice-President and Secretary. J. W. BAILEY, General Agent. 193 Broadway, New York.

INSURANCE COMPANY,

OF

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND,

JAMES A. MACDONALD, MANAGER,

OFFICES 37 and 39 WALL STREET,

NEW YORK.

Statement of United States Branch, Jan. 1, 1881. Cash Assets in United States,

$1,631,346 U. S. Gross Liabilities, including Re-insurance Fund, 709,140

Snrplas in United States,

8922,206

J. M. ROGERS, GENERAL AGENT FOR ILLINOIS, INDIANA, IOWA, KANSAS, MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, MISSOURI, OHIO, WEST VIRGINIA,

WISCONSIN, MONTANA, WYOMING AV DAKOTAH.

OFFICE,

('HICAGO, ILL,

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AND ALABAMA.

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LOUISVILLE, KY.

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SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY AND DELAWARE.

OFFICE,

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21 WALL STREET, NEW YORK CITY,

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IN 1855.

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