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The Elements of Book-Keeping by Single and Double Entry Comprising Several Sets of Books. Arranged According to Present Practice and Designed for the Use of Schools. To Which Is Annexed an Introduction on Merchants Accounts

By Morrison, James, Accountant

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Title: The Elements of Book-Keeping by Single and Double Entry Comprising Several Sets of Books. Arranged According to Present Practice and Designed for the Use of Schools. To Which Is Annexed an Introduction on Merchants Accounts  
Author: Morrison, James, Accountant
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Language: English
Subject: Bookkeeping, Accounting, Business
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1825
Publisher: London, Longman

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Accountant, M. J. (1825). The Elements of Book-Keeping by Single and Double Entry Comprising Several Sets of Books. Arranged According to Present Practice and Designed for the Use of Schools. To Which Is Annexed an Introduction on Merchants Accounts. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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