APA (7th ed.) Citation

Rowlett, J. (1802). Rowlett's tables of discount or interest, or interest, on every dollar: From unit, or one, to two thousand, on every ten dollars, from two thousand to two thousand five hundred ... also for every month, from one to twelve, and for eighteen months, and two years : besides a complete cent table, the whole computed at six per cent ... together with examples ... shewing in what manner (by means of the tables) to ascertain the interest, at five, seven, and at eight per cent ... Printed for the proprieter by Hugh Maxwell.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Rowlett, John. Rowlett's Tables of Discount or Interest, or Interest, on Every Dollar: From Unit, or One, to Two Thousand, on Every Ten Dollars, from Two Thousand to Two Thousand Five Hundred ... Also for Every Month, from One to Twelve, and for Eighteen Months, and Two Years : Besides a Complete Cent Table, the Whole Computed at Six Per Cent ... Together with Examples ... Shewing in What Manner (by Means of the Tables) to Ascertain the Interest, at Five, Seven, and at Eight Per Cent ... Philadelphia: Printed for the proprieter by Hugh Maxwell, 1802.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Rowlett, John. Rowlett's Tables of Discount or Interest, or Interest, on Every Dollar: From Unit, or One, to Two Thousand, on Every Ten Dollars, from Two Thousand to Two Thousand Five Hundred ... Also for Every Month, from One to Twelve, and for Eighteen Months, and Two Years : Besides a Complete Cent Table, the Whole Computed at Six Per Cent ... Together with Examples ... Shewing in What Manner (by Means of the Tables) to Ascertain the Interest, at Five, Seven, and at Eight Per Cent ... Printed for the proprieter by Hugh Maxwell, 1802.


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