Friendly societies

Friendly societies (Total Items 10, Showing: 1 -> 8)

A treatise on Friendly Societies, in which the doctrine of interest of money, and the doctrine of probability, are practically applied to the affairs of such societies:
ANSELL, Charles, A treatise on Friendly Societies, in which the doctrine of interest of money, and the doctrine of probability, are practically applied to the affairs of such societies: London: Baldwin and Cradock, 1835, First edition.
ID No: 26253
150.00
An address to the public,
ASSOCIATION AMONG PROTESTANT SCHOOLMASTERS IN THE NORTH OF ENGLAND,, An address to the public, Newcastle: printed by M. Angus, Drury-Lane, and sold by all the booksellers in town and country, 1788
ID No: 26134
500.00
Instructions for the establishment of Parochial Societies for granting Government Annuities,
ENGLAND: BARRISTER APPOINTED TO CERTIFY THE RULES OF FRIENDLY SOCIETIES,, Instructions for the establishment of Parochial Societies for granting Government Annuities, London: printed by W. Clowes and Sons for HMSO. 1837
ID No: 23803
100.00
Pietas Londinensis:
HIGHMORE, Anthony,, Pietas Londinensis: London: C. Cradock & W. Joy; Doig & Stirling, Edinburgh; and M. Keene, Dublin. 1814, Second printing.
ID No: 24505
300.00
Religious and philanthropic tracts:
COWE, James, Religious and philanthropic tracts: London: J. Robson (and others), 1797, First edition.
ID No: 26978
325.00
Religious and philanthropic tracts:
COWE, James, Religious and philanthropic tracts: London: J. Robson. 1797, First edition.
ID No: 26330
475.00
Rules and regulations of a Friendly Union, held at the King's Head Inn, Coltishall.
COLTISHALL FRIENDLY UNION, Rules and regulations of a Friendly Union, held at the King's Head Inn, Coltishall. Norwich, Jarrold and Sons. [1839]
ID No: 23336
150.00
Rules and regulations of a Friendly Union, held at the White Lion Inn, Coltishall.
COLTISHALL FRIENDLY UNION, Rules and regulations of a Friendly Union, held at the White Lion Inn, Coltishall. Norwich: printed by John Davy, Albion Office. St. Andrew's. [1836?]*
ID No: 23337
150.00