Italian book-keeping : reduced into an art:being an entire new and compleat system of accompts in general. Demonstrated in a Chain of Consequences from Clear and Self-Evident Principles. To which is added, The greatest Variety of Merchants Accounts, with an Explanation of all the Terms of Art, which have commonly been made use of. Together with proper Reflections on the whole, by Hustcraft Stephens, Accomptant. With a preface, shewing the nature and usefulness of this art. By James Weir, Gent. The Second Edition. To which is added, A Synopsis of Commerce; or, Comparison of Coins: Containing Tables, shewing the Denominations, and equivalent Sterling Value of the various Species, real or imaginary; by which Merchants keep their Accounts, and their Proportions, one to another: Also the Assays, Weight, and Sterling Value of most of the Gold and Silver Coins current in Europe, whereby the whole Business of Foreign Exchange may be performed

Main Author: Stephens, Hustcraft
Format: eBook
Published: London printed for J. Hodges; C. Hitch on London-Bridge; C. Hitch in Pater-Noster Row; C. Corbett, and W. Reeve in Fleet-Street; E. Comyns at the Royal Exchange; T. Trye in Holborn; and B. Dod, in Ave-Maria Lane 1745, [1745?]
Edition:The second edition. To which is added, a synopsis of commerce
Online Access:
Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:'A synopsis of commerce', pp. 3-14, at the end has a separate register. - Each section of examples is separately paged, two in parallel sequences, but the register is continuous. - English Short Title Catalog, T107758. - Hanson, 5100. - Reproduction of original from British Library
Physical Description:Online-Ressource ([3],vi-xvi,168;[2],iv;[1],18,18,[1];[2],15,[1];[2],24;[2],4;[1],20,20,[1];3-14p) 4°