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THE L VTE RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.-In the recent collision at Harrow, one of the passengers who was unfortunately killed Mr J H Jordan, had taken an insurance ticket of the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company befoie commencing his journey, for which he ,°.nly pani threepence by whicli he has secured £ 1 000 for his family. In the same accident, Mr G. H. Smi^b of Manchester, was killed, who held an annual policy for a like sum with the same company. In the collision at Brockley hms, last week, besides many injured, t *'0 annual policy-holders for Cl,ooo each were also killed, one of them being the comedian, Mr Younge. It is satisfactory to find that if the present season seems fruitful in disasters of the kind, the number of those who have the wisdom to provide against them 15y an accidental insurance policy appears to be on the increase.