The American instructor: or, Young man's best companion: containing, spelling, reading, writing and arithmetick, in an easier way than any yet published; and how to qualify any person for business, without the help of a master. : Instructions to write variety of hands ... How to write letters on business or friendship. Forms of indentures ... releases, &c. : Also, merchants accompts, and a short and easy method of shop and book-keeping. : Together with the carpenter's plain and exact rule ... : Likewise the practical gauger made easy ... : To which is added, the poor planter's physician ... Also, prudent advice to young tradesmen and dealers. The whole better adapted to these American states, than any other book of the like kind. /
Printed for John Boyle, and J.D. M'Dougall.,
|Series:||Early American imprints.
no. 16524. |
|Online Access:||Evans Digital Edition|
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