The absolute accomptant and London-merchant

Publication Date1673
Remainderbeing an accompt commencing with the inventory drawn up and entred at the end of the leager of the accurate-accomptant. Containing an analysis (enlarged) for instructions and directions for a methodical keeping of merchants-accompts, after the most exact and concise way of debitor and creditor, with directions to the journal, where to find sundry examples to the several heads contained in the said analysis. Also a memorial, vulgarly called a waste-book, and a cash-book, with a journal and leager, and at the end of the leager a ballance: and at the beginning of each of the said book, is directions shewing the proper use thereof, distinct and different from each other. In which said accompts are two inventories of estates, real and personal, mentioned to belong to persons deceased, out of which are sai to be annuities and legacies bequeathed: ... Very plain, and easie to be understood by any of an indifferent capacity; and expedient for all school-masters that teach, ... By Thomas Browne.
Extent[82] p.
Publisherprinted by W. Godbid, and are to be sold by Nath. Brooke at the Angel near the Royal-Exchange, and John Hancock at the Three-Bibles at the Corner of Popes-Head-Alley, in Cornhill


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