A new and universal practice of mercantile arithmetick

Publication Date1707
Remainderin which, what has hitherto appear'd obscure, is explain'd by such easie and familiar Rules, that the Learner may, without any other Help, arrive to a perfect Understanding of every thing that is necessary to be known in Trade: And particularly all the different Methods used in England, France and Holland. All which being perform'd without the Help of the Aliquot Parts, the Operations are thereby much Abridg'd. The whole applied to the Exchanges, Weights and Measures of all the Considerable Towns of Trade in Europe, by many Curious and Useful Operations and Calculations. In two parts. Written in French by the Sieur Monier de Claire-Combe, and done into English with his approbation.
Publisherprinted by Tho. Ilive, for John Nicholson at the King's-Arms, John Sprint at the Bell in Little-Britain, and Ralph Smith, under the Piazza of the Royal Exchange in Cornhill



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