Popular tables for ascertaining, at sight, the value of advowsons and next presentations to livings

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1871
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Page 155 - Where the person or persons entitled to any beneficial interest in such property shall be the brother or sister of the father or mother or a descendant of a brother or sister of the father or mother of the decedent, at the rate of six per centum of the clear value of such interest in such property.
Page 154 - TABLE III. The Values of an Annuity of 100 per Annum, for any number of Years, not exceeding 95.
Page 155 - Legaey to the amount or value of 20/. or upwards, given or devolving to, or for the benefit of a child of the deceased, or any descendant of a child of the deceased, or the father or mother, or any lineal ancestor of the deceased...
Page 106 - ... some number between — 1 and — 2 ; the logarithm of every number between .01 and .001, is some number between — 2 and — 3 ; and so on. From this will be understood the rule given in books, of tables, for finding the characteristic or index of the logarithm of a decimal fraction, viz. The index of any decimal fraction is a negative number, equal to unity, added to the number of zeros immediately following the decimal point. Thus, in searching for a logarithm of the number such as .00462....
Page 155 - ... of a brother or sister of a grandfather or grandmother of the deceased, or any descendant of a brother or sister of a grandfather or grandmother of the deceased...
Page 2 - Bailey calculated, up to the year, 1810, that, if one penny had been put out at five per cent., compound interest, at the birth of Christ, it would have amounted to more money than could be expressed by 357 millions of Globes, each equal to the earth in magnitude, all of solid gold of standard quality, worth, at the mint price, three pounds, seventeen shillings and...
Page 61 - Coll. 1674-5," there is a table and an explanation of it in Newton's handwriting, of the fines to be paid for renewing any number of years lapsed in a lease for 20 years. It is entitled Tabula redemptionalis ad reditus Coitegii SS. Trinitatii accommodate. It is constructed on the hypothesis that a lease for 20 years is worth 7 years' purchase, and that for the renewal of 7 years lapsed, one year's purchase must be paid.
Page xi - who wish to enjoy a certain high rate of interest on their investments, while from the state of the money market they can only reinvest the surplus income at a low rate of interest in order to replace the capital expended," to ascertain the present worth of a lease, estate, or annuity, at different rates of interest.
Page 75 - SHOWING THE EXPECTATION OF LIFE, OR THE PERIOD A PARTY OF A GIVEN AGE MAY EXPECT TO LIVE, ACCORDING TO THE FOLLOWING TABLES OF MORTALITY, DEDUCED FROM OBSERVATIONS MADE IN ENGLAND.
Page 155 - The Interest of every Successor in Real Property is considered to be the Value of an Annuity, equal to the current value of such Property, during the residue of his life, or Wr any less period during which he shall be entitled thereto.

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