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Author Liset, Abraham.
Title Amphithalami, or, The accountants closet : being an abridgement of merchants-accounts kept by debitors and creditors, exactly and accurately shewing how to order, state, and keep account, either of a publick farm or private estate, into a single book ... : a new method, illustrated and enlarged with necessary instructions and inferences of the essential parts of traffick, as also of denomination, valuation and reduction of moneys, weights and measures of divers climates of the world ... : digested into two parts ... / invented and composed by Abraham Liset, Gent.
Related title Amphithalami.
Accountants closet.
Publication Info London : Printed by Miles Flesher for Robert Horne ..., 1684.



Descript [71], 36, [4] p.
Note Pt. 2 has separate paging and special t.p. : Amphithalami, or, The accomptants closet : being an abridgment of (the so-called) Italian book-keeping.
Includes index.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard Law School Library.
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Author Liset, Abraham.
Series Early English books online.
Subject Bookkeeping -- Early works to 1800.
Accounting -- Problems, exercises, etc.
Related title Amphithalami.
Accountants closet.
Descript [71], 36, [4] p.
Note Pt. 2 has separate paging and special t.p. : Amphithalami, or, The accomptants closet : being an abridgment of (the so-called) Italian book-keeping.
Includes index.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard Law School Library.
Author Liset, Abraham.
Series Early English books online.
Subject Bookkeeping -- Early works to 1800.
Accounting -- Problems, exercises, etc.
Related title Amphithalami.
Accountants closet.

Subject Bookkeeping -- Early works to 1800.
Accounting -- Problems, exercises, etc.
Descript [71], 36, [4] p.
Note Pt. 2 has separate paging and special t.p. : Amphithalami, or, The accomptants closet : being an abridgment of (the so-called) Italian book-keeping.
Includes index.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard Law School Library.

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