An essay to make a compleat accomptant

Publication Date1760
RemainderIn two parts. Containing, I. A Treatise of Book-Keeping according to the true Italian Method, wherein are laid down, in a plain and intelligible Manner, all the Rules necessary to be known for a thorough understanding of the Theory of that excellent Art; and the practical Part thereof rendered easy by a great Variety of Examples, introduced in two Sets of Books; together with some Rules for calculating the Exchange with the principal trading Places in Europe and America. II. The Solutions of Eighteen Questions in Company Accompts, comprehending a great Variety of Business in different Branches of Traffick, according to the following Methods: First, The Solution of each Question by a Method entirely new, agreeable to the Laws of Reason, and adapted to the Capacity of all. Secondly, By the Italian or Merchants Method. To which is added, a short specimen of book-keeping in factory, or the method made use of in the West Indies, by factors there. By Richard Roose, Late Accomptant in Chesterfield
Publisherprinted for Hannah Roose, and sold by W. Owen, near Temple-Bar


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