The English merchants companion: or, An entertainment for the young merchants, their servants

Publication Date1700
RemainderDigested into three parts. Wherein the perfect method of merchants book-keeping, and other matters relating to traffick, is compleatly demonstrated. Being the most exact work o this nature, extant. To which is annexed, directions for accomptants, and other persons, who enter themselves into the service of the honourable Companies of Merchants of England, trading into the East-Indies: shewing them how to begin, prosecute, and compleatly finish their several functions and offices. entred by way of debitor and creditor. By Richard Dafforne, accomptant
Extent[2], 99, [113], 17, [3] p.
Publisherprinted for Tho. Horne, at the south-entrance of the Royal Exchange in Cornhill





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