The compleat compting-house :
or, the young lad taken from the writing-school and fully instructed, by way of dialogue, in all the mysteries of a merchant, from his first understanding of arithmetick to the highest pitch of trade... a work very necessary for all that are concerned in keeping accompts of what quality soever /
by John Vernon.
|Main Creator:||Vernon, John.|
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Dublin : Printed for G. Grierson ..., 1719.
|Edition:||The fifth edition, corrected and amended ; to this edition is added, An essay on book-keeping, in a method wholly new and concise.|
Statement of responsibility appears after edition statement.
Physical description: 6 p. l., 146 p., 1 l., , 36,  p., incl. forms ; 17 cm.
"Turner collection, the Library University of Keele, presented by C. W. Turner, 1968"--inscription on bookplate pasted to front free end-paper.
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|LO 5567||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Librarian's Office|