APA Citation

Fisher, G. (1775). Arithmetick in the plainest and most concise methods hitherto extant: With new improvements for dispatch of business in all the several rules. As also fractions vulgar and decimal, wrought together after a new Method, that renders both easy to be understood in their Nature and Use. The whole perus'd and approved of, by the most eminent Accomptants in the several Offices of the Revenue, viz. Customs, Excise, &c. as the only Book of its Kind, for Variety of Rules and Brevity of Work. The thirteenth edition, with considerable additions, and curious improvements, by the author, Geo. Fisher, Accomptant. London: printed for W. Strahan, J. Rivington, Hawes, W. Clarke, and R. Collins, S. Crowder, W. Johnston, R. Horsfield, T. Caslon, T. Cadell, E. Johnston, W. Nicoll, G. Robinson, and W. Woodfall.

Chicago Style Citation

Fisher, George. Arithmetick in the Plainest and Most Concise Methods Hitherto Extant: With New Improvements for Dispatch of Business in All the Several Rules. As Also Fractions Vulgar and Decimal, Wrought Together After a New Method, That Renders Both Easy to Be Understood in Their Nature and Use. The Whole Perus'd and Approved Of, By the Most Eminent Accomptants in the Several Offices of the Revenue, Viz. Customs, Excise, &c. As the Only Book of Its Kind, for Variety of Rules and Brevity of Work. The Thirteenth Edition, With Considerable Additions, and Curious Improvements, By the Author, Geo. Fisher, Accomptant. London: printed for W. Strahan, J. Rivington, Hawes, W. Clarke, and R. Collins, S. Crowder, W. Johnston, R. Horsfield, T. Caslon, T. Cadell, E. Johnston, W. Nicoll, G. Robinson, and W. Woodfall, 1775.

MLA Citation

Fisher, George. Arithmetick in the Plainest and Most Concise Methods Hitherto Extant: With New Improvements for Dispatch of Business in All the Several Rules. As Also Fractions Vulgar and Decimal, Wrought Together After a New Method, That Renders Both Easy to Be Understood in Their Nature and Use. The Whole Perus'd and Approved Of, By the Most Eminent Accomptants in the Several Offices of the Revenue, Viz. Customs, Excise, &c. As the Only Book of Its Kind, for Variety of Rules and Brevity of Work. The Thirteenth Edition, With Considerable Additions, and Curious Improvements, By the Author, Geo. Fisher, Accomptant. London: printed for W. Strahan, J. Rivington, Hawes, W. Clarke, and R. Collins, S. Crowder, W. Johnston, R. Horsfield, T. Caslon, T. Cadell, E. Johnston, W. Nicoll, G. Robinson, and W. Woodfall, 1775.

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