An introduction to merchants accounts containing five distinct questions or accounts. Containing five distinct questions or accounts. The I An easie question to enter beginners, with instructions to post, stated two several ways, upon several suppositions. 2 A question of a merchant, adventuring a stock or cargazoon with the purser or sopracargo of a ship, who sells the adventure, and furnisheth returns, stated two several ways. 3 A question of factorage or goods recieved by consignation, and returns shipp'd off, with an analysis thereto belonging. 4 A question of a ship's straightment, with instructions to keep ship-accounts. 5 A question of double exchanges. Compiled by John Collins student in the Mathematicks, late professor of writing, merchants accounts, &c. And may serve as an appendix to the Merchant's Mirrour, lately re-printed.
printed by James Flesher for Thomas Clark, at the South-entrance of the Royal Exchange,
|Edition:||The second edition.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
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