The absolute accomptant and London-merchant being an accompt commencing with the inventory drawn up and entred at the end of the leager of the accurate-accomptant : containing an analysis (enlarged) for instructions and directions for a methodical keeping of merchants-accompts ... : also a memorial, vulgarly called a waste-book, and a cash-book, with a journal and leager, and at the end of the leager a ballance ... : likewise accompts of the rents and profits of several estates mentioned to be mortgaged, with the deductions for taxes respectively, &c. : and also a transaction, and carrying on of a trade, foreign and domestick ... /
Printed by W. Godbid, and are to be sold by Nath. Brooke ... and John Hancock ...,
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