APA Citation

Jackson, G. (1841). A new check journal, upon the principle of double entry: Combinig the advantages of the day-book, journal, & cash-book ... : with copious illustrations of interest accounts, joint adventures, and joint purchases : and a new and more simple method of book-keeping, or double entry by single ... (6th ed.). London: E. Wilson.

Chicago Style Citation

Jackson, George. A New Check Journal, Upon the Principle of Double Entry: Combinig the Advantages of the Day-book, Journal, & Cash-book ... : With Copious Illustrations of Interest Accounts, Joint Adventures, and Joint Purchases : And a New and More Simple Method of Book-keeping, or Double Entry By Single ... 6th ed. London: E. Wilson, 1841.

MLA Citation

Jackson, George. A New Check Journal, Upon the Principle of Double Entry: Combinig the Advantages of the Day-book, Journal, & Cash-book ... : With Copious Illustrations of Interest Accounts, Joint Adventures, and Joint Purchases : And a New and More Simple Method of Book-keeping, or Double Entry By Single ... 6th ed. London: E. Wilson, 1841.


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