The young accomptant's assistant

Publication Date1722
RemainderContaining various forms of acquittances for money received; retailers bills of parcels; workmens bills; bills on book debts; bills of parcels of wholesale traders and merchants, with receipts annex'd. Also promisary notes, and bills of debt; inland and foreign bills of exchange and protest; bill of entry at the custom-house; invoices; accounts of sales; account currant; letters of credit and advice; letters giving order for goods, with answers and bills of parcels annex'd; general release, and umpirage, bond, petition, bill of lading, the method of a trades-man's cash-book, and bill of sale. For the use of writing schools. The bills of parcels are for the most part blank, the particulars to be cast up by the scholar, for his improvement in arithmetick. The whole to be carefully copied. Design'd to render writing and arithmetick both delightful and profitable to the learner. By Joseph Alleine, writing master in Coleman-street
Extent50, [2] p.
Publisherprinted by J. H. and sold by E. Bell, at the Cross-Keys and Bible in Cornhill; and J. King, at the Globe in the Poultry



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