Saving And Investment England Early Works To 1800 : The application of a new portable scale, (being the first of this nature) in resolving questions in the following particulars : viz. Interest, for any sum, time or rate. Discount, of bills, tallies, stock, &c. Factoridge brokeridge commission exchange, &c. at all rates. Value of any quantity of goods, merchandize, or any fractional part of an intiger. Of any number of pistols, dollers, or other foreign coin. Of wages due to any workmen or seamen, for any time or rate: as also short allowance. Number, of days in any distance of time. Proportion, of any sum per annum, to one or any number of dayes. And several other profitable uses. The second edition, with additions. Invented by Tho. Wastell.; Wastell, Tho.
Saving And Investment Quotations Maxims Etc : The New art of thriving, or, The Way to get and keep money : being a seasonable caution against the extravagoncies of these times : containing sixteen excellent rules and observations for promoting good husbandry, and banishing idleness and profuseness, the certain parents of poverty, with a table of expences : principally intended for an admonition to youth, but necessary to be practised by all persons in these hard times, and to be set up in every family.
Saving And Thrift Quotations Maxims Etc : The New art of thriving, or, The Way to get and keep money : being a seasonable caution against the extravagances of these times, containing sixteen excellent rules and observations for promoting good husbandry, and banishing idleness and profuseness, the certain parents of poverty, with a table of expences : principally intended for an admonition to youth, but necessary to be practised by all persons in these hard times, and to be set up in every family.
Savings And Thrift Early Works To 1800 : The worth of a penny: or, A caution to keep money : With the causes of the scarcity and misery of the want thereof. As also how to save it, in our diet, apparel, recreations &c. And also what honest courses men in want may take to live. By Henry Peacham Mr. in Arts, some time of Trinity Colledge, Cambridge. Licensed. August 31. 1686. Rob. Midgley.; Peacham, Henry,
Savings Banks : Savings Banks and Friendly Societies accounts for 1946.; Great Britain.
Savings Banks Great Britain : The history, statistics, and advantages of banks for savings, with notices of Benefit or Friendly Societies : read before the Hull Literary and Philosophical Society, on the 2nd May, 1843, and published by request of that society, and also of the trustees and directors of the Hull Bank for Savings / by George Robinson.; Robinson, George,
Savoy France And Italy Foreign Relations France : Memoires of the transactions in Savoy during this war : wherein the Duke of Savoy's foul play with the allies, and his secret correspondence with the French king, are fully detected and demonstrated, by authentick proofs, and undeniable matter of fact : with remarks upon the separate treaty of Savoy with France, and the present posture of affairs with relation to a general peace / made English from the original.
Savoy France And Italy Religion History 17th Century : The state of Savoy, in which a full and distinct account is given of the persecution of the Protestants by means of the French councils : with the unreasonable conditions and demands that the French king would have put on the Duke of Savoy : and of the just causes and motives that induced that Duke to break off from the French interest and joyn with the confederates : together with the most memorable occurrences that hath since happen'd there : as also the true copies of all the letters and dispatches that passed between them.
Savoyards History Early Works To 1800 : A perticuler and true narration of that great and gratious deliuerance, that it pleased God of late to vouchsafe vnto the cittie of Geneua : namely vpon the. xij. of December last in the yeere 1602.
Sawdie Thomas 1651 Or 2 : A return of prayer: or A faithful relation of some remarkable passages of providence concerning Thomas Sawdie : a boy of twelve years of age, servant to John Roberts of Trebitian in the parish of Lawrack, and county of Cornwal. Who was possest with an unclean spirit, and through mercy by prayer and fasting, dispossest and delivered from the servitude and jaws of Satan. Attested by Mr. Toms, Mr. Lydston, Mr. Travers, and Mr. Nicholas Tyack eminent ministers of Christ, and other Christian friends and neighbours; whose names are annext to the ensuing relation.