Englands golden treasury: or, The true vade mecum Being the most necessary and useful pocket-companion ever published; for the use and advantage of gentlemen, tradesmen, and others: furnished with variety of tables of accompt, trade, merchandize, merchants goods, weights and measures of all kinds, measuring timber, stone, building, acres of land miles, &c. in all their circumstances. A table of constant tide in the havens of England, Scotland, Ireland, and adjacent parts. An exact table of the moveable terms and feasts for twelve years to come. Tables of interest, annuity, wages and expences: reducing pounds into pence, shillings, farthings, &c. With many rarities of divers natures. An exact catalogue of the fairs of England and Wales, more perfect than ever: also the market-towns and market-days, with the roads and post-miles; prises of post-letters and post-days: choice precedents of bills, bonds, and all manner of useful writings, with many other things very useful, profitable and necessary.
printed for T. Lacy, at the Golden Lyon in Southwark,
|Edition:||The fifth edition, with a continuation of divers matters, and many curious additions. Licensed, July 9. 1691.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
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