A complete system of book-keeping, by an improved mode of double-entry: Comprising A Regular Series of Transactions, as they have Occurred in Actual Business; Illustrated by a Variety of Precedents, disposed in such a Manner as to remove every Obstacle in stating the most difficult Accounts, either between Individuals or Partners: Together with Approved Forms of all the Subsidiary Books required in Trade; being the Result of Thirty Years Observation and Experience. The whole designed as a Perfect Companion for the Counting-House; with a view of Fixing a Standard for Practical Book-Keeping, Suited to the Merchant and Trader of Every Denomination. To which are added, A New Method of Stating Factorage Accounts, Adapted Particularly to the Trade of the British Colonies: Also, A Concise, but Comprehensive View of the Exchanges between all the principal Trading Cities of Europe; with Examples, shewing the readiest Mode of calculating them, at full Length. By Benjamin Booth, Late of New-York, and now of London, Merchant

Publication Date1789
Publisherprinted by Couchman & Fry, for Welles, Grosvenor, & Chater, Cornhill, and J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church-Yard


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