The gentleman's auditor : or, a new and easy method for keeping accompts of gentlemens estates, as well in relation to their layings-out, as comings-in. With the Manner of Auditing and Stating the Accompts of their Cashiers, Stewards, Bayliffs, Rent-Gatherers, and other Servants, through whose Hands any Part of their Estate does pass; and transposing them to a Ledger kept after the Italian Manner; whereby may at any Time be seen what they save or spend, get or lose, to a Farthing. Being a Work very useful, both for Gentlemen themselves, and also their Secretaries, Bayliffs, Rent-Gatherers, &c. By T. R

Main Author: Thomas Richards
Format: eBook
Published: London printed for J. C. and sold by J. Phillips, next the Fleece-Tavern in Cornhill; E. Sangor, at the Post-House betwixt the two Temple Gates [sic], and A. Collins, at the Black-Boy, both in Fleet-Street; and J. Morphew, near Stationers-Hall 1709, 1709
Edition:The third edition, corrected
Online Access:
Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, T152791. - Kress, S.2438. - Price from imprint: Price Six-Pence. - Reproduction of original from Harvard University Graduate School of Business. - T. R. = Thomas Richards. - The example of 'The ledger' has duplicate pagination
Physical Description:Online-Ressource ([8],12,[1],3,3,[3]p) 4°