The merchants mirrour. Or, directions for the perfect ordering and keeping of his accounts Framed by way of debitor and creditor, after the (so termed) Italian manner: containing 250 rare questions, with their answers, in forme of a dialogue. As likewise a vvaste-book, with a complete journal and leager thereunto appertaining; unto the which I have annexed two other waste-books for exercise of the studious: and at the end of each is entred the brief contents of the leagers accounts, arising from thence. And also a moneth-book, very requisite for merchants, and commodious for all other science-lovers of this famous art. The third edition, corrected and amended. Compiled by Richard Dafforne of Northampton, accountant, and teacher of the same, after an exquisite method, in the English and Dutch language. The contents are immediately prefixed before the book.
printed by R.H. and J.G. for Nicholas Bourn, at the South-entrance of the Royall Exchange,
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