Table for a Tontine of Six Classes, the Number of Lives in Each Class Being Indefinite, Calculated on a Payment of Two Hundred Dollars by Each Subscriber, and at a Rate of Interest of Four Per Cent. The Computation on the Best Life in Each Class, And on the Supposition that the Subscribers to Each Class Will not be Less Than the Respective Numbers Specified in the First Column.
|Dividends at successive periods during the probable continuance of life.|
|Number of lives in each class.||Ages.||Annuity whilst all are in life.||At the expiration of 10 years.||At the expiration of 20 years.||At the expiration of 30 years.||At the expiration of 40 years.||At the expiration of 50 years.||At the expiration of 60 years.||At the expiration of 70 years.|
|75||1 to 20||8,426||9,722||11,490||14,042||18,054||25,278||42,130||126,390|
|64||21 to 30||8,676||10,272||12,606||16,314||23,110||39,618||138,666|
|54||31 to 40||9,046||11,102||14,366||20,354||34,890||122,282|
|44||41 to 50||9,650||12,488||17,608||30,328||106,150|
|34||51 to 60||10,714||15,178||26,020||91,068|
|24||61 to 70||12,802||20,518||71,802|
This Table, which is calculated on so small a number of persons, will serve to shew the greatness of the advantage to fortunate survivors, in case of a numerous subscription.