Merchants’ Accounts; or book-keeping according to the Italian method of double entry.
Later edition, first published in 1808.
Octavo in 4s (207 x 125 mm), pp. 152. Contemporary tree sheep, unlettered spine ruled in blind. Ownership inscription of Benjamin Noyes dated July 1825 on front free endpaper. Joints rubbed and partly cracked but still firm, spine ends and corners worn, rear free endpaper lacking. Two leaves slightly sprung, lightly soiled in places with some ink annotation and splash marks; a good copy.
Bibliography: ICAEW, p. 88. This edition not in Goldsmiths', Herwood, or Kress.Don't understand our descriptions? Try reading our Glossary