Tables of exchange. In two parts. Part first. English money exchanged into Irish, for any Number of Pounds, Shillings and Pence, from Three Thousand Pounds to One Penny, and at all the most usual Rates, whether Quarters or Eighths, from Two per Cent. to Fifteen per Cent. Part Second. Irish money exchanged into English, for the same Number of Pounds, Shillings and Pence, and at the same Rates. Each by Addition only.
printed for John Watson, Bookseller on the Merchant's-Key near the Old Bridge, by J. Gowan in Back-Lane,
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|Item Description:||Compiled by John Watson, 1729-1769; by Samuel Watson 1770-1779 and in the years 1795-1798 and 1800 onwards by John Watson Stewart.|
Reproduction of original from British Library.
|Physical Description:||p. ; 12⁰.|
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|Place of Publication:||Ireland -- Dublin.|