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The principles of book-keeping, by double entry 1 edition

The principles of book-keeping, by double entry
W. Scott Burn

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The principles of book-keeping, by double entry
exemplified in their application to real business: in two sets, consequent to the elementary set already published. With explanatory notes, containing practical rules for working some of the operations in arithmetic which are required in mercantile accounts, and hints to teachers as to the best way of teaching book-keeping to large classes.

Published 1845 by H. & W. Rowsell in Toronto .
Written in English.

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Bound with the author's The principles of book-keeping. Toronto, 1844.

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140 p.
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