The tradesmans kalendar of accounts, of excellent use for all sorts of people as well the buyers as sellers of any commodity. The use of the booke in briefe is this, it containes 24 columnes, over each columne a title from the first to the last, ... Take especiall notice that the first downright row of figures in each columne, is the number of ells, yards, or pounds, &c. to be bought: the second, third, fourth, and fifth, stand for pounds, shillings, pence, halfepence: as I.S.D. &c. at the heads of each columns signifies. Vale.
[by H. Hall for I[ames] B[rowne],
Printed in the yeare, 1647. for I.B.
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