APA Citation

Webster, W. (1726). 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. The third edition, corrected and improv'd. By William Webster, writing-master, at the Corner of Orange-Court, in Castle-Street, near Leicester-Fields: author of Arithmetick in Epitome. London: Printed for C. King in Westminster-Hall, and A. Bettesworth in Pater-noster Row; and sold by F. Fayram at the Royal Exchange Gate in Corn-hill; and T. Worrall at the Judge's Head over against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-street.

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. The Third Edition, Corrected and Improv'd. By William Webster, Writing-master, At the Corner of Orange-Court, in Castle-Street, Near Leicester-Fields: Author of Arithmetick in Epitome. London: Printed for C. King in Westminster-Hall, and A. Bettesworth in Pater-noster Row; and sold by F. Fayram at the Royal Exchange Gate in Corn-hill; and T. Worrall at the Judge's Head over against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-street, 1726.

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. The Third Edition, Corrected and Improv'd. By William Webster, Writing-master, At the Corner of Orange-Court, in Castle-Street, Near Leicester-Fields: Author of Arithmetick in Epitome. London: Printed for C. King in Westminster-Hall, and A. Bettesworth in Pater-noster Row; and sold by F. Fayram at the Royal Exchange Gate in Corn-hill; and T. Worrall at the Judge's Head over against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-street, 1726.

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