A treatise of book-keeping, or, merchant accounts: in the Italian method of debtor and creditor, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

A treatise of book-keeping, or, merchant accounts

in the Italian method of debtor and creditor, 1st Edition

By Malcolm Alexander

Routledge

262 pages

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Published in 1986: The Fundamental Principles of that curious and approved Method are clearly and fully explained and demonstrated, from the Nature and Reason of Things: From which again is deduced a completed system of particular rules, and instructions for their Application to a Merchant's Business, considered as acting either for his own proper accounts; or in Commission, as factor for another.

Table of Contents

1. Containing the Fundamental Principles, and General Rules 2. Containing more particular Instructions for the formation and Use of Accounts in the Ledger 3. Of Closing and Balancing Accounts, and Correcting Errors

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