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Paper 'Value of a life annuity of one pound' by William Braikenridge

Reference number: L&P/3/197

Date: 1756



Subject: Mathematics

Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'A letter to the Reverend William Brakenridge, D. D. Rector of St. Mich. Bassishaw, and F. R. S. with a table of the value of annuities on lives, by Mr. James Dodson, Master of the Royal Mathematical School in Christ’s-Hospital, and F. R. S'

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