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Account books -- Early works to 1800.
    E-RESOURCE 1794?

An elucidation of the Italian method of book keeping, with examples ... Prefaced by free observations on Jones's English system of book keeping, and concluded by concise strictures on Collier's defence of double entry. By Thomas Knolles Gosnell, ...

    Gosnell, Thomas Knolles.
London : printed for the author, by Daniel Bond, No. 4, Red Lion Court, Fleet Street; published by Richardson; and to be had of all booksellers in town and country,        viii,5,[3],4,[3],6,6,[5]p. ; 4⁰. 1794?
    E-RESOURCE 1712?

The landed-man's assistant: or, Steward's vade mecum. Containing the newest, most plain and perspicous method of keeping the accompts of estates yet extant. Useful for gentlemen, lawyers, cashiers, bailiffs, rent-gatherers, &c. Being a compendious fo

    Clerke, George.
London : Printed, and are sold by C. King in Westminster-Hall, J. Graves in St. James Street, T. Woodward in Fleet-street, and F. Symson in Cornbill,        [9],49,[1]p. ; 12⁰. 1712?
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