APA Citation

Dilworth, T. (1828). The young book-keeper's assistant: Shewing him, in the most plain and easy manner, the Italian way of stating debtor and creditor ... to which is annexed, a synopsis, or compendium of the whole art of stating debtor and creditor in all the circumstances of book-keeping, both in proper, factorage, and company accompts, domestic and foreign ... (New ed.). London: Printed by and for T. Wilson.

Chicago Style Citation

Dilworth, Thomas. The Young Book-keeper's Assistant: Shewing Him, in the Most Plain and Easy Manner, the Italian Way of Stating Debtor and Creditor ... to Which Is Annexed, a Synopsis, or Compendium of the Whole Art of Stating Debtor and Creditor in All the Circumstances of Book-keeping, Both in Proper, Factorage, and Company Accompts, Domestic and Foreign ... New ed. London: Printed by and for T. Wilson, 1828.

MLA Citation

Dilworth, Thomas. The Young Book-keeper's Assistant: Shewing Him, in the Most Plain and Easy Manner, the Italian Way of Stating Debtor and Creditor ... to Which Is Annexed, a Synopsis, or Compendium of the Whole Art of Stating Debtor and Creditor in All the Circumstances of Book-keeping, Both in Proper, Factorage, and Company Accompts, Domestic and Foreign ... New ed. London: Printed by and for T. Wilson, 1828.

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