APA Citation

Webster, W. (1735). An essay on book-keeping: According to the true Italian method of debtor and creditor, by double entry. Wherein The Theory of that Excellent Art is clearly laid down in a few plain Rules; and the Practice made evident and easy, by variety of intelligible Examples. The Whole in a Method new and concise. By William Webster, Writing-Master, and Accomptant (The fifth edition, corrected and improv'd.). London: printed for A. Bettesworth and C. Hitch, in Pater-Noster-Row; and D. Brown, without Temple-Bar.

Chicago Style Citation

Webster, William. An Essay On Book-keeping: According to the True Italian Method of Debtor and Creditor, By Double Entry. Wherein The Theory of That Excellent Art Is Clearly Laid Down in a Few Plain Rules; and the Practice Made Evident and Easy, By Variety of Intelligible Examples. The Whole in a Method New and Concise. By William Webster, Writing-Master, and Accomptant. The fifth edition, corrected and improv'd. London: printed for A. Bettesworth and C. Hitch, in Pater-Noster-Row; and D. Brown, without Temple-Bar, 1735.

MLA Citation

Webster, William. An Essay On Book-keeping: According to the True Italian Method of Debtor and Creditor, By Double Entry. Wherein The Theory of That Excellent Art Is Clearly Laid Down in a Few Plain Rules; and the Practice Made Evident and Easy, By Variety of Intelligible Examples. The Whole in a Method New and Concise. By William Webster, Writing-Master, and Accomptant. The fifth edition, corrected and improv'd. London: printed for A. Bettesworth and C. Hitch, in Pater-Noster-Row; and D. Brown, without Temple-Bar, 1735.

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