The accurate-accomptant:, or, London-merchant: containing an analysis for instructions and directions for a methodical keeping merchants accompts, by way of debitor and creditor, directing tothe journal, where to find examples to the several heads in the analysis. Also a journal and leager; and at the end of the leager, a ballance; and from the said ballance is drawn up and entred another inventory to be brought into the next accompt hereby promised. With an addition of an acompt partable, wherein four persons are mentioned to joyn in partnership upon two several designs: in both which, they all have different and unequal parts. With a question concisely stated and resolved / by Thomas Browne

Thomas Browne 1670

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