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ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
14529 Practical book-keeping made easy, in theory and practice, according to the true Italian modern method. Wherein; the theory of the art is reduced to practice, by a greater variety of practical examples, in all the different branches of trade, than any extant; adapted to real business; and the useless though troublesome accompts which have been hitherto used in, are intirely omitted, and easier and shorter methods in introduced. The whole delivered in a methodical from, agreeable to the trade of this kingdom. With a useful and necessary appendix; containing, particular methods and directions, for the use of agents, stewards, tradesmen, artificers, and retailers, by the help of which, each person will be able compleatly to manage his affairs without any other assistance. The mercantile rules of arithmetic, fully exemplified. Also, sundry precedents of merchants writings. The whole fitted to the lowest capacity. Intended for the use of schools, and a companion for young accompants. By David Talbot, writing-master and accomptant. Author of the new arithmetical catechism. Talbot, David
1761
14481 The Irish comes commercii, or Trader's-Companion. Containing exact and useful tables, shewing the value of any quantity of goods or wares ready cast up, more adapated to merchants use, than any other extant. Calculated mostly by Edward Hatton, Gent. To which are prefixed, The new table of coin, as the same was made current by the Lords Justices proclamation, since the 8th day of July, 1751: and a table of the number of yards in the several scores of linen, from 1 to 150. These last calculated originally, and the whole book cast up in manuscript, and corrected at the press, by John Watson, Bookseller. Hatton, Edward
William Smith and Son (Dublin)
John Watson and Son (Dublin)
Alexander Ewing (Dublin)
1765 The fifth edition.
14482 The Irish comes commercii, or Trader's-Companion. Containing I. Exact and useful tables, shewing the value of any quantity of goods or wares ready cast up, more adapted to merchants use, than any other extant. Calculated by Edward Hatton, Gent. II. Tables of exchange. In two parts. 1. English money exchanged into Irish. 2. Irish money exchanged into English. Each by addition only, for any sum from 300 pounds to 1 penny, and at the several rates, whether quarters or eighths, from five per cent. to eleven per cent. With an appendix of exchange at par. III. Tables of commission at the several rates mostly used in Ireland. IV. An index to interest. Containing tables of simple interest, at 4, 5, and 6 per cent. from 1 day to 30 days; for 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 days; for 3, 6 and 9 months; and for 1 year. To all which is prefixed, The new table of coin, as the same was made current by the lords justices proclamation from the 8th day of July, 1751. Together with a table of the number of yards in the several scores of linen, from 1 to 150. The table of exchange, commission, and coin calculated originally: all the other tables cast up in manuscript, and the whole corrected at the press, by John Watson, bookseller. Hatton, Edward
G. Risk (Dublin)
George and Alexander Ewing (Dublin)
William Smith II [Dame Street] (Dublin)
1758 The fourth edition.
14480 The Irish comes commercii, or, Trader's-Companion. Containing I. Exact and useful tables, shewing the value of any quantity of goods or wares ready cast up, more adapted to merchants use, than any other extant. Calculated mostly by Edward Hatton, Gent. II. Tables of exchange. In two parts. 1. English money exchanged into Irish. 2. Irish money exchanged into English. Each by addition only, for any sum from 300 pounds to 1 penny, and at the several rates, whether quarters or eighths, from five per cent. to eleven per cent. With the appendix of exchange at par. III. Table of commission at the several rates mostly used in Ireland. IV. An index to interest. Containing tables of simple interest, at 4, 5, and 6 per cent. from 1 day to 30 days, for 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 days; for 3, 6, and 9 months; and for 1 year. To which is preixed, the new table of coin, as [...] by the Lords Justices proclamation from the [...] day of July, 1751. [...] table of the number of yards in the [...] of linen, from 1 to 150. The tables of exchange, commission, and coin, [...] up to Manuscript [...] corrected at the press, by John Watson, bookseller. The fifth edition. Hatton, Edward
William Smith and Son (Dublin)
Alexander Ewing (Dublin)
John Watson and Son (Dublin)
1765 The fifth edition.