APA Citation

Clare, M. (1740). Youth's introduction to trade and business: Containing, I. Tables of the most usual clerk-like contractions of words; with proper Directions how to Address Persons of Elevated Rank, and those in Office. II. Acquittances and promissory notes diversified, and adapted to such Circumstances as occur in Real Business. III. Variety of Bills of Parcels, and Bills on Book-Debts, to enter the Learner in the Manner and Methods of Commerce, and to make him ready at Computation. IV. Bills of Exchange, with necessary Directions for the right Understanding and Management of Remittances; several Orders for Goods, Letters of Credit, Invoices, and other Merchant-Like Examples. V. Authentic Forms of such Law-Precedents, as are most frequently met with in the Course of Traffic. VI. Small Collections of Questions interspersed, to exercise the Learner in the Common Rules of Arithmetic, to use him to Calculation, and to bring him acquainted with the Use, the Properties and Excellency of Numbers, by way of Recreation. The fifth edition, corrected, augmented, and considerably improved. By M. Clare. Master of the Academy in Soho-Square, London. By whom Youth are Boarded, Educated, and qualified either for the University, the Compting-House, or the Publick Offices. London: printed for E. Symon, against the Royal-Exchange, in Cornhill.

Chicago Style Citation

Clare, Martin. Youth's Introduction to Trade and Business: Containing, I. Tables of the Most Usual Clerk-like Contractions of Words; With Proper Directions How to Address Persons of Elevated Rank, and Those in Office. II. Acquittances and Promissory Notes Diversified, and Adapted to Such Circumstances As Occur in Real Business. III. Variety of Bills of Parcels, and Bills On Book-Debts, to Enter the Learner in the Manner and Methods of Commerce, and to Make Him Ready At Computation. IV. Bills of Exchange, With Necessary Directions for the Right Understanding and Management of Remittances; Several Orders for Goods, Letters of Credit, Invoices, and Other Merchant-Like Examples. V. Authentic Forms of Such Law-Precedents, As Are Most Frequently Met With in the Course of Traffic. VI. Small Collections of Questions Interspersed, to Exercise the Learner in the Common Rules of Arithmetic, to Use Him to Calculation, and to Bring Him Acquainted With the Use, the Properties and Excellency of Numbers, By Way of Recreation. The Fifth Edition, Corrected, Augmented, and Considerably Improved. By M. Clare. Master of the Academy in Soho-Square, London. By Whom Youth Are Boarded, Educated, and Qualified Either for the University, the Compting-House, or the Publick Offices. London: printed for E. Symon, against the Royal-Exchange, in Cornhill, 1740.

MLA Citation

Clare, Martin. Youth's Introduction to Trade and Business: Containing, I. Tables of the Most Usual Clerk-like Contractions of Words; With Proper Directions How to Address Persons of Elevated Rank, and Those in Office. II. Acquittances and Promissory Notes Diversified, and Adapted to Such Circumstances As Occur in Real Business. III. Variety of Bills of Parcels, and Bills On Book-Debts, to Enter the Learner in the Manner and Methods of Commerce, and to Make Him Ready At Computation. IV. Bills of Exchange, With Necessary Directions for the Right Understanding and Management of Remittances; Several Orders for Goods, Letters of Credit, Invoices, and Other Merchant-Like Examples. V. Authentic Forms of Such Law-Precedents, As Are Most Frequently Met With in the Course of Traffic. VI. Small Collections of Questions Interspersed, to Exercise the Learner in the Common Rules of Arithmetic, to Use Him to Calculation, and to Bring Him Acquainted With the Use, the Properties and Excellency of Numbers, By Way of Recreation. The Fifth Edition, Corrected, Augmented, and Considerably Improved. By M. Clare. Master of the Academy in Soho-Square, London. By Whom Youth Are Boarded, Educated, and Qualified Either for the University, the Compting-House, or the Publick Offices. London: printed for E. Symon, against the Royal-Exchange, in Cornhill, 1740.

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