Preston's treatise on book-keeping, or, Arbitrary rules made plain in two parts : adapted to the use of academies and common schools, with varied examples, accompanied with detailed explanations : the first part being designed for the use of mechanics of all classes, the second, arranged more particularly for the instruction of young men who contemplate the pursuit of mercantile business, showing the method of keeping accounts by double entry : embracing a variety of useful instruction relative to different kinds of business /
New York :
Robinson, Pratt & Co.,
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