Nieuwe Methode van Boekhouden, zo wel Enkel als Dubbel;
Gevolgd Naar Het Engelsch Systema van E. T. Jones, Te Bristol... Welk Systema veel duidelyker en zeekerer dan de voorigen, veel geschikter om abuizen van allerleijen aart te ontdekken, en in alle vakken van affaire, even nuttig is.Amsterdam: Johannes van der Hey, 1801 Stock Code: 105569
First edition, very rare, of the Dutch translation of Edward Jones's 1796 English System of book-keeping. "Jones's Dutch translator and adapter, N. A. Vestieu, took as his illustrative material the transactions recorded in N. F. Förtsch's Instructie... over het Italiaans Boekhouden, Amsterdam, 1801. He reworked these transactions according to a modified English system, and was able to produce the same total profit figure as Förtsch had found, using the traditional double-entry system." (Bywater and Yamey, p. 222).
Quarto (257 x 206 mm), pp. , 28, , 22, , , 16. 20th-century decorative paper wrappers, spine perished. Housed in a blue flat-back cloth box by the Chelsea Bindery.
3 folding plates.
Library stamp of the Royal Library in the Hague, with duplicate and release stamp to title. Spine perished, but sewing intact, corners a little chipped; internally a crisp, clean copy.
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