Bryant & Stratton's National Book-Keeping; An Analytical and Progressive Treatise on the Science of Accounts, and Its Collateral Branches

Bryant & Stratton's National Book-Keeping; An Analytical and Progressive Treatise on the Science of Accounts, and Its Collateral Branches

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1863 edition. Excerpt: ...indications, any reason to expect a more favorable turn of the market, we should, of course, have held on; but we chose to secure both ourselves and you against a greater sacrifice, by submitting to a lesser. You will see from the present quotations that we did not err in judgment. Yours to command, Bryant & Stratton. Messrs. Bryant t Stratton, Philadelphia, May 24, 1859. New York: Gents.--I send you enclosed Account Sales of the Pork shipped me on the 2d inst. Hoping you will find the result satisfactory, I remain, Yours truly, R. W. HOADLEY. GENERAL LETTER OF INTRODUCTION. Bar Ant, Stratton fc Packard's Mercantile College, ) To Wliom it may Concern: 18 Cooper Institute, New York, May 31,1859. ) The bearer, Mr. John F. Simmons, is well known to us as a most estimable young man, and one possessing qualifications which will render him serviceable in any position of trust. He is a thorough accountant, and unusually expert and correct in calculations. We have no hesitation in recommending him to the public Very respectfully, S. S. Packard, Resident Principal. EXERCISES FOR TIIE LEARNER.--FOURTH SERIES. EXERCISES FOR TIIE LEARNER. FOURTII SERIES. In the following transactions we have endeavored to present the prominent features of the preceding Set, leaving the student to apply the principles without any special instruction. The two months' business will represent two years' as in Set. IV., bringing down the balances at the end of the first year and closing finally by Journal entries. As in Set IV. also, the two methods of keeping Mdse. Co. Accounts are represented, to which the attention of the student is particularly called. Memoranda for April. April 1. J. II. Goldsmith and have this day entered into co-partnership, each investing $8000 Cash....show more

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  • Paperback | 64 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 132g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236531264
  • 9781236531261