King, Thomas : An exact guide to book-keeping by way of debtor and creditor: done after the Italian method. : Containing I. Decimal arithmetick, in all its parts, made plain and easy: teaching how to apply decimals, in casting up merchants accompts, by a readier method than the common rules now in use. II. Thirty seven cases in domestick trade, and twenty cases in foreign trades, fully explain'd and put in practice. III. Book-keeping, in a very easy and familiar method, whereby any one may make himself capable of keeping accompts, without the instruction of a master. IV. By the help of a computation-book, shewing the true and exact method of entring, posting and closing accompts; never before made publick. V. The whole leidger ballanc'd by art, with a brief rule to apply this general ballance to a new inventory. By Thomas King, accomptant. Examin'd and approv'd by several eminent merchants and tradesmen, both in city and country.
King, Thomas, active 1791. : A check on uncharitableness : or, an answer to a book, entitled, "the skeleton; or the Arminian anatomized; and the carnal preacher dissected. By W.H." In three parts. Part the First-Consisting of Remarks on Universal Charity being pursued, taken, examined, tried, cast and condemned. Part the Second. - On an Arrest of Judgment, by an Appeal; and a Rule of Court granted for a fresh Trial of Universal Charity; by which he is honourably acquitted. Part the Third. - The Trial of Mr. Uncharitable, alias Partial-Charity, by which he is found guilty and condemned. To which is added, A farther check to uncharitableness: In an Answer to a Sermon Preached in Grub-Street, by Mr. C. on Sunday the 13th of March, 1791. By Thomas King.
King, Thomas, : An analysis of drapery / James Arrowsmith. & The upholsterer's accelerator / Thomas King ; a reprint of two rare 19th-century drapery manuals from the Winterthur Library with an introduction by Gail Caskey Winkler.