APA Citation

Hitchcock, I. I. 1. (1844). A new method of teaching book-keeping: By the use of 1. necessary definitions and universal rules ... : accompanied by a key, by the assistance of which instructors are enabled to teach this art with facility and success to youth of proper age and capacity : and adult persons to acquire a knowledge of it without the help of a teacher : the whole comprised in fifteen lessons, and the rules and instructions exemplified in two sets of books kept by double entry : to which are added (in the key) specimens, showing the forms of the most important auxiliary books, connected, as such, with the preceding sets (Stereotype ed.). Boston: B.B. Mussey.

Chicago Style Citation

Hitchcock, I. Irvine 1793-1868. A New Method of Teaching Book-keeping: By the Use of 1. Necessary Definitions and Universal Rules ... : Accompanied By a Key, By the Assistance of Which Instructors Are Enabled to Teach This Art With Facility and Success to Youth of Proper Age and Capacity : And Adult Persons to Acquire a Knowledge of It Without the Help of a Teacher : The Whole Comprised in Fifteen Lessons, and the Rules and Instructions Exemplified in Two Sets of Books Kept By Double Entry : To Which Are Added (in the Key) Specimens, Showing the Forms of the Most Important Auxiliary Books, Connected, As Such, With the Preceding Sets. Stereotype ed. Boston: B.B. Mussey, 1844.

MLA Citation

Hitchcock, I. Irvine 1793-1868. A New Method of Teaching Book-keeping: By the Use of 1. Necessary Definitions and Universal Rules ... : Accompanied By a Key, By the Assistance of Which Instructors Are Enabled to Teach This Art With Facility and Success to Youth of Proper Age and Capacity : And Adult Persons to Acquire a Knowledge of It Without the Help of a Teacher : The Whole Comprised in Fifteen Lessons, and the Rules and Instructions Exemplified in Two Sets of Books Kept By Double Entry : To Which Are Added (in the Key) Specimens, Showing the Forms of the Most Important Auxiliary Books, Connected, As Such, With the Preceding Sets. Stereotype ed. Boston: B.B. Mussey, 1844.

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