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" Villages as furnifli him nearly an equal number of Lives : and his care and accuracy in that performance have been fuch as to merit the high approbation of the learned Editor. It was therefore propofed to add this Table to the reft ; after having purged... "
The Principles of the Doctrine of Life-annuities; Explained in a Familiar ... - Page 18
by Francis Maseres - 1783
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The Doctrine of Chances: Or, a Method of Calculating the Probabilities of ...

Abraham de Moivre - Electronic books - 1756 - 348 pages
...mean, takes three populous parishes in the City of Paris, and fo many country Villages as furnifli him nearly an equal number of Lives : and his care...having purged its numbers of the inequalities that neceflarily happen in fortuitous things, as well as of thofe aHfing from the carelefs manner in which...
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Tables and Tracts: Relative to Several Arts and Sciences

James Ferguson - Astronomy - 1767 - 328 pages
...juft mean, takes three populous parifhes in the city of Paris, and fo many country villages as furnifh him nearly an equal number of lives: and his care and accuracy in that performance has been fuch as to merit the high approbation of the learned editor. It was therefore propofed to...
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The Insurance Cyclopaedia, Volume 1

Cornelius Walford - Insurance - 1871
...я just mean, takes J populous parishes in the city ol Paris and so many country villages as furnish him nearly an equal number of lives ; and his care and accuracy in that performance have been such as to merit'the high approbation of the learned editor. He then details the steps he had taken...
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The Insurance Cyclopeadia: Being a Dictionary of the Definitions of Terms ...

Cornelius Walford - Insurance - 1871
...a just mean, takes 3 populous parishes in the city of Paris and so many country villages as furnish him nearly an equal number of lives ; and his care and accuracy in that performance have been such as to merit the high approbation of the learned editor. He then details the steps he had taken...
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