An essay to make a compleat accomptant : In two parts. Containing, I. A Treatise of Book-Keeping according to the true Italian Method, wherein are laid down, in a plain and intelligible Manner, all the Rules necessary to be known for a thorough understanding of the Theory of that excellent Art; and the practical Part thereof rendered easy by a great Variety of Examples, introduced in two Sets of Books; together with some Rules for calculating the Exchange with the principal trading Places in Europe and America. II. The Solutions of Eighteen Questions in Company Accompts, comprehending a great Variety of Business in different Branches of Traffick, according to the following Methods: First, The Solution of each Question by a Method entirely new, agreeable to the Laws of Reason, and adapted to the Capacity of all. Secondly, By the Italian or Merchants Method. To which is added, a short specimen of book-keeping in factory, or the method made use of in the West Indies, by factors there. By Richard Roose, Late Accomptant in Chesterfield

Main Author: Roose, Richard
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: London printed for Hannah Roose, and sold by W. Owen, near Temple-Bar 1760, [1760]
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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