The landed-Man's assistant : or, the stewards vade mecum. Containing the newest, most plain and perspicuous method, of keeping the accompts of gentlemen's estates, yet extant. Very Useful for all Gentlemen, Lawyers, Cashiers, Bailiffs, Rent-Gatherers, and Others. Being a Compendious Form of taking a Survey of an Estate in Hand. Rack-Rents, High-Rents, or upon Lives, with an Abstract of the same: Also an Inventory of Cash, Stock, Debts, &c. The Method of entring Lives dropt, and new Leases granted; together with a cash book, and an Abstract of Receipts and Disbursements; also the Method of Charging and Discharging each Tenant's Accompts, and to know what remains due from any of them. By Eeorge [sic] Clerke, Steward to a Person of Quality

Main Author: Clerke, George
Format: eBook
Published: [Dublin] London: printed and Dublin reprinted, by and for Samuel Fuller, at the Globe and Scales in Meath-Street 1728, 1728
Online Access:
Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, T192891. - Reproduction of original from Cambridge University Library. - With a final advertisement leaf
Physical Description:Online-Ressource ([7],49,[3]p) 8°