An Introduction to Merchandise: containing the theory and practice of arithmetic; algebra, with the doctrine of annuities; and commerce, including treatises on monies, weights, measures, exchanges, and book-keeping, with an appendix, containing tables ofArchibald Constable and Co., Fairburn & Anderson, A. Brown & Co., G. Clark, Aberdeen, and Hurst, Robinson & Co., London, Edinburgh , 1820 Stock Code: 105432
NotesFirst edition thus. "In 1820 a new edition of Hamilton appeared, edited by Elias Johnston, who states that the text had been revised with the advice and approbation of the author. Johnstone rewrote the whole book and based his chapter on book-keeping on a short summary - although with extensive model accounts - of Cronhelm's Double Entry by Single which had appeared in 1818." Bywater and Yamey p. 188.
Octavo (214 x 130 mm), pp. xiv, 563, [1, blank]. Contemporary tree sheep, flat spine ruled gilt, red morocco label.
Spine chipped at foot, front joint cracked at extremities, but still strong. Small wormtrack to lower margin of last 20 leaves, just touching text; a very good copy.
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