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Context of The merchant's magazine, or, Trades-man's treasury : containing vulgar arithmetick in whole numbers, with the reason and demonstration of each rule, adorn'd with curious copper cutts of the chief tables and titles : also vulgar and decimal fractions, after a new, easie and practical method : merchants accompts, or rules of practice : shewing how to cast up the value of merchandize, and to make allowance for tare and trett, ... with tables of foreign coin in sterling, and a large table for reducing the one to the other : also foreign weight and measure compar'd with the English, and the weight and value of the currant gold of this kingdom : likewise, rules of barter, loss and gain, rules of fellowship, and equating time of payment : also how to find the simple or compound interest of any summ for any time ... book-keeping, after a plain, easie and natural method : shewing how to enter, post, close, and ballance any accompt, &c. : and lastly, maxims to be abserved in drawing, and accepting bills of exchange, ...
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