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JACKSON, William.
Book-Keeping in the true Italian Form of Debtor and Creditor by way of double entry; or, Practical Book-Keeping exemplified from the precepts of the late ingenious D. Dowling, Author of mercantile Arithmetic. With the Addition of Computations in Exchange, and Tables shewing the Proportion that the Weights and Measures of the principal Cities in Europe bear to each other.
Philadelphia: Printed by John Bioren for H. & P. Rice, and James Rice, Baltimore, 1801. Octavo (210 x 125 mm). Contemporary tree sheep, rebacked, red morocco label, sprinkled edges. Rebacked, corners worn, a little surface abrasion to the boards; first and last leaves a little tanned from the leather turn ins, some occasional spotting; a very good copy. First American edition, based on the Dublin printed 1765 work by Daniel Dowling. Not in ICAEW. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB. [London, United Kingdom]
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