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Context of Every young man's companion; or Youth's new general director : Being Hoey's instructor improved. In two parts. Containing directions for spelling, reading and writing true English.---How to address persons of all distinctions.---The British penman.--Sententious precepts and maxims, being sets of copies for improvement in writing---Receipts to make red and black ink, &c.---Value and weight of the several gold pieces.---A large table of Guineas ready cast up.--Interest where reduced.--Interest computed before the new stile.--A new and compendious system of practical arithmetick.--Book-keeping after the Italian manner, &c--A short system of book-keeping for shop-keepers.--Bills of exchange, with variety of examples of inland and foreign bills; --Variety of letters on business and mercantile affairs, &c. &c
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