Booker John 1603 1667 A Rope For A Parret : No Mercurius Aulicus; : but some merry flashes of intelligence, with the pretended Parliaments forces besiedging of Oxford foure miles off, and the terrible taking in of a mill, instead of the King and citie. Also the breaking of Booker, the asse-tronomicall London figure-flinger, his perfidious prediction failing, and his great conjunction of Saturne and Iupiter dislocated. / By John Taylor.; Taylor, John,
Booker John 1603 1667 Telescopium Uranicum : Booker rebuk'd for his Telescopium uranicum or Ephemeris : wherein from the sun's ingress into the cardinal points, the eclipses of the two great luminaries, the conjunction & configuration of the planets, and other celestial appendices, 'tis more then probably conjectured, that John Bookers Almanack 1665 is very erroneous, to say no more.
Bookkeeping Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : The English merchants companion: or, An entertainment for the young merchants, their servants. : Digested into three parts. Wherein the perfect method of merchants book-keeping, ... is compleatly demonstrated. Being the most exact work of this nature, extant. : To which is annexed, Directions for accomptants ... shewing them how to begin, prosecute, and compleatly finish their several functions and offices ... / By Richard Dafforne ...; Dafforne, Richard.
Bookkeeping Handbooks Manuals Etc Early Works To 1800 : The accomptants guide, or, Merchants book-keeper : containing first an explanation of all the most useful and necessary rules of arithmetick, that the meanest capacity thereby may attain to the knowledge thereof : with tables for the reducing of Flemish ells into English, and English into Flemish : also for the ready and exact computing of the custom of Holland cloth, tobacco, and reducing uncertain cask of oyl by the weight in tuns and gallons : and tables of exchange for the ready and exact computing of any sum of money remitted from England to Holland, Flanders, France, Spain and Italy, et contra : instructions for a methodical keeping of merchants accompts, by way of debtor and creditor, directing where to find examples in the journal to the several clauses in the several heads of trade : with a journal and leager [sic], and from the ballance of the leager is drawn up another inventory / by Robert Chamberlain, accomptant.; Chamberlain, Robert,
Books And Booksellers England London Early Works To 1800 : Lost or stol'n, the first and second volumes of Monasticon Anglicanum, in large folio, and the third volume in a less folio; : as likewise Dugdale's Antiquities of Warwickshire ... and Camden's Britannia ... give notice thereof to Mr. Bateman, bookseller, in Paternoster Row, or to Mr. Brown, bookseller, without Temple Bar ... forty shillings reward ...