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- Websters tables, for simple interest ... : also, his tables for compound interest, with his true valuation of annuities, leases, fines and reversions ..., together with a necessary table for the speedy and exact summing up of the price of commodities ...
- A New sett of interest tables, for the use of such persons as would be accurate in their computations. : To which is added, the method of their construction, and of applying decimal fractions to English money
- A chorologicall discourse of the vvell ordering, disposing, and gouerning of an honorable estate or reuennue : Briefely describing the duties of diuers officers therein to be imployed: for the better preseruing, improuing and augmenting of the same. Together with certaine briefe and necessary tables for the valuation of leases, annuities, and purchases, either in present or in reuersion. Written by T. C. Gent
- A plaine and perfect tvvo-fold table readily shewing the interest of monyes, after the rate of 10 or 8 l. for thevse [sic] of 100 l. for a yeere : most necessary aswell [sic] for the borrower as the lender
- A table of redemption : shewing at one view in what time the principal and interest of any debt from three to six per cent. may be discharged, by any fund producing yearly from three and a half to twelve per cent : with other estimates and remarks relating to the present state of our publick debts
- An index to interest : containing I. The largest tables of simple interest that have yet been made publick ..., II. A table of discount ..., III. Two tables shewing by inspection the present worth of annuities and the purchase thereof ..., IV. An easie table for the valuation of any number of years lapsed in a church or college-lease of land ..., V. Tables of the amount and present worth of any sum of money and of annuities to 61 years ... : also, the full use of all the tables ..., likewise easie rules for valuation of 1, 2, and 3 lives : together with a new invented circle for the easie finding the number of days contain'd between any two in the year ...
- An index to interest : containing, I. the largest tables of simple interest that have yet been made publick ... II. a table of discount ... III. two tables shewing ... the present worth of annuities ... IV. an easie table for the valuation of any number of years lapsed in a church or college-lease of land ... V. tables of the amount and present worth of any sum of money, and of annuities to 61 years ... : also the full use of all the tables ... : together with a new invented circle for the easie finding the number of days contain'd between any two in the year ...
- An interest-book at 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 per C. from 1000 l. to 1 l. for 1 day to 92 days and for 3, 6, 9, 12 months
- An interest-book, at 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 per c : from 1000 l. to 1 l., for 1 day to 92 days, and 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 12 months
- Briefe, easie, and necessary tables : for the valuation of leases, annuities, and purchases, either in present, or in reuersion, according to the rates now most in vse. Together with a chorologicall discourse of the well ordering, disposing, and gouerning of an honorable estate or reuennue. ... Written by Tho: Clay Surueyor, and student in the mathematickes
- Briefe, easie, and necessary tables, of interest and rents forborne : as also, for the valuation of leases, annuities, and purchases, either in present, or in reuersion, according to the rates now most in vse. Together with a chorologicall discourse of the well ordering, disposing, and gouerning of an honorable estate or reuennue. ... Written by Tho: Clay surueyor, and student in the mathematickes
- Clavis usuræ, or, A key to interest, both simple and compound : containing practical rules ... whereby, all the various cases of interest ... may very easily be resolv'd both by the pen and a small table of logarithms, hereunto annex'd ... : to which is added, rules to be observ'd in estimating the value of annuities, or leases, and insurances for lives, &c. : also, the business of rebate or discompt, and the equation of payments ...
- Comes commercii: or, the trader's-companion. : Containing I. An exact and useful table, shewing the value of any quantity of goods or wares ready cast up, ... II. A table calculated for universal use, which use is shewn in the solution of questions, ... III. The manner of casting up dimensions in general, whether the same be taken in inches, feet and inches, yards, perches, &c. ... IV. The several customs used by surveyors and measurers, in measuring glass, wainscot; painting, ... V. Instructions for entring goods at the custom-house, inward, outward, and by certificate; ... VI. Concerning water-side business, and the constitution of the keys, wharfs, porters, &c. there: ... VII. Rules concerning freight, bills of lading, primage, and how the same is paid for, &c. VIII. Concerning insuring ships, merchandizes, and houses, and how to make rates and averages in case of loss; ... To which is added, a supplement concerning simple and compound interest, with tables thereof, and the use and manner of calculating the same; ... By Edward Hatton, gent
- Compound interest and annuities : the grounds and proportions thereof, with tables to divers rates most usuall ... : containing the art of decimall arithmetick, also the value of annuities ...
- Ein sehr nutzlich vn[d] gerechets Handbüchl von allerlay Sachen in Kauffen vnd Verkauffen : auch andern Fragen die sich allenthalben sonderlich bey denen so Ampts Verwaltungen vnd Raittungen haben zu tragen ...
- Hodder's decimal arithmetick: or, A plain and more methodical way of teaching the said art : than hath hitherto been publish'd. Also, tables of interest upon interest, with the value of all sorts of purchases at any rates, from 5 to 12 per cent. Of rebate, resolving any question by ocular view. Likewise the true use of the said tables. By James Hodder, late writing-master in Lothbury, London, now keeper of a boarding-school in Bromely by Bow
- Il computista pagato
- Interest epitomized : both compound and simple : very useful for every one that lendeth or borroweth and for purchasing and selling of annuities or pensions and leases in reversion : whereunto is added a short appendix for the solution of adfected equations in numbers by approachment, performed by logarithms
- Le livre des comptes faits : dans lequel on trouve les supputations qui se font par les multiplications, toutes faites, pour la valeur de quelque chose que l'on puisse s'imaginer, & à telles sommes qu'elles puissent monter ...
- Le livre des comptes-faits, ou, Le tarif general de toutes les monoyes d'or & d'argent à tel prix qu'elles soient mises : ou l'on trouve toutes faites les supputations qui se font par les multiplications pour la valeur de quelque chose que l'on puisse s'imaginer & à telles sommes qu'elles puissent monter ...
- Llibre facil de comptes fets : ab lo qual se pot trauer tota especie de comptes de tota moneda, per enter, ò trencat, tenint present los exemples que à est fi se han añadit
- New tables, shewing I. the value of any quantity of stock at any price ... VIII. shewing the present state of the transferable annuities at the Bank of England, South Sea and India Houses ... : and examined by William Chapman, of the Bank of England
- Panarithmologia : being a mirror, breviate, treasure, mate for merchants, bankers, tradesmen, mechanicks, and a sure guide for purchasers, sellers ... all performed by tables ...
- Panarithmologia, or, The trader's sure guide : containing exact and useful tables ready cast up, adapted to the use of merchants, bankers, grocers ... and all that deal by wholesale or retale. Also for carpenters, bricklayers, joyners ... and all other mechanicks, as also for all purchasers of houses or lands, shewing the interest of money and discount on prompt payment
- Panarithmologia, or, The trader's sure guide : containing exact and useful tables ready cast up, adapted to the use of merchants, mercers, bankers ... and all that deal by wholesale or retale : also for carpenters, bricklayers, joyners ... and all other mechanicks : as also for all purchasers of houses, or lands, shewing the interest of money, and discount on prompt payment
- Panarithmologia: or, The trader's sure guide. : Containing exact and useful tables, ready cast up, adapted to the use of merchants, mercers, bankers, drapers, goldsmiths, grocers, brewers, weavers, and haberdashers. And those who deal by wholesale, or retail. Also for carpenters, bricklayers, joyners, glaziers, plaisterers, plummers, corn-dealers, painters, &c. &c. And all other mechanics: as, likewise for all purchasers of houses or lands: shewing the interest of money, at 3, 3 and 1/2, 4, and 5 pounds per cent.-From one shilling to 1000 pounds:-and from one day to one year. To which is added, a table of commission, or brokage, for 1/8, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 5/8, 3/4, 7/8, and 1 per cent. With tables directing how to buy and sell by the hundred: and to cast up expences by the day, week, month, and year. With a calculation of Portugal coin. A new edition, carefully corrected and enlarged. By William Leybourn
- Socius mercatoris: or The merchant's companion: : in three parts. The first, being a plain and easie introduction to arithmetick, vulgur and decimal, the extraction of the square and cube roots, with a table of 200 square roots, and their use in the resolution of square equations. The second, a treatise of simple and compound interest and rebate, with two tables for the calculation of the value of leases or annuities, payable quarterly, the one for simple, the other compound interest, at 6 per cent. per annum, with rules for making the like for any other rate. The third, a new and exact way of measuring solids in the form of a prismoid and cylindroid, with the frustums of pyramids and of a cone: whereunto is added, some practical rules and examples for cask-gauging. By John Mayne, philo-accomptant
- Tables for computing the value of leases, and fines to be paid. : Together with rules for valuing freeholds, cathedral, church, ad college leases. To which is added, a section, containing the methods of estimating the value of annuities upon lives. To which is also added, a compendious method of computing simple interest. By Isaac Steell, teacher of the mathematics
- Tables for renewing & purchasing of the leases of cathedral-churches and colleges, according to several rates of interest, with their construction and use explained : also tables for renewing and purchasing of lives, with tables for purchasing the leases of land or houses, according to several rates of interest, very necessary and usefull for all purchasers, but especially for them who are any way concerned in church or college leases
- Tables for renewing and purchasing of the leases of cathedral-churches and colleges : according to several rates of interest with their construction and use explain'd : also tables for renewing and purchasing of lives : with tables for purchasing the leases of land or houses ... : to which is added The value of church and college leases consider'd and the advantage of the lessees made very apparent
- Tables for renewing and purchasing of the leases of cathedral-churches and colleges : according to several rates of interest; with their construction and use explained. Also tables for renewing and purchasing of lives. With tables for purchasing the leases of land or houses, according to several rates of interest. Very necessary and usefull for all purchasers, but especially for them who are any way concern'd in church or college leases
- Tables of interest : after the rate of five, six, seven and eight pounds per cent. per annum, from ten thousand pounds to one shilling, from one day for any sum or time, to the thousand part of a penny
- Tables of interest, at 3, 4, 4 1/2, and 5 per cent. : From L. 1 to L. 10,000, in a regular succession of days, for 1 to 365, and from L. 1, by single pounds, to L.100, an advantage not to be found in any other interest tables. Also, tables of echange or commission, from 1/8 to 3 per cent. in the same succession. By John Morison, accountant, Edinburgh
- Tables of interest, at 3, 4, 4 1/2, and 5 percent. : From 1 to 365 days, in a regular progression of single days, an advantage not to be found in any other book of the kind. Also, tables, at all the above rates, from 1 to 12 months, and from 1 to 10 years: which, by directions given, answer for all other rates from 1 to 10 percent. With tables, shewing the exchange on bills, or commission on goods, from 1/8 to 3 percent. To the whole is prefixed, a table, shewing the exchange allowed by the purchaser of a bill payable at a certain number of days or months. The third edition, with additions. By John Thomson, accomptant in Edinburgh
- Tables of interest, at six, seven, and eight percent. : For any number of pounds, shillings, and pence, from three thousand pounds to one penny, and for any time from 1 year to 7 years, form 1 month to 11 months, and from 1 day to 30 days. To which are added, tables of interest at five percent
- Tables of interest, discount, annuities, &c
- Tables of interest· : Whereby questions of interest or use of money, and valuations of pruchases, leases, annuities, or pensions for yeares or moneths, at 5, 6, 7, and 8 in the hundred, and according to 13, 14, 15, and 16 yeares purchase, may with greater ease be answered, then by any other tables here-tofore published. Written and printed in Dutch: but the description and use of them, here set out in English, so as any that understands not the Dutch tongue, may without difficulty make use of them. By Ri. Lever. These tables have beene carefully examined both by other tables of the same kind, and Mr. Briggs logarithmes, and thereby found true
- Tables of leasses and interest : with their grounds expressed in foure tables of fractions
- Tables of simple and compound interest : Calculated to ascertain the amount and present worth at principal sums and annuities; with their comparative values, whether interest and annuities be payable yearly or half-yearly. With explanation and examples. To which are subjoined, a few remarks, in which Dr. Price's observations on reversionary payments, &c. &c. relative to the payment of the national debt, are clearly proven to be erroneous. By John Laurie, teacher of mathematics
- Tables of simple interest and discount at 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 l. per cent. per ann : also tables of compound interest at the same rates : whereby the amount or present value of any sum of money ... not exceeding one hundred, is readily found
- Tables of simple interest at 6 per cent from one day to 365 : and from thence to 16 years and 2/3 : rebate or discompt at 6 per cent simple interest from one month to 36 : also tables of compound-interest ... : to which is added general rules in estimating the true value of free-hold estates, annuities, and insurance for lives
- Tables, shewing the amount of omnium, from par, to 10 per cent. Premium. : And also of any quantity of the several scrips of which the omnium is composed, at different prices, the first payment of 10 per cent. being made in the Imperial parts, and three payments of 10 percent. each on the British. By John Hemming, for the use of the gentlemen of the stock-exchange. To be continued with the subsequent payments
- Tabulæ foeneratoriæ, or, Tables for the forbearance and discompt of money : whereby the interest of all sums from 10000 l. to one shilling, from one day to 365, is exactly calculated to the thousandth part of a penny, with the rebate of all sums from a month to 36, or three years : likewise, tables for the forbearance, discompt, and purchase of annuities to 31 years, at the rate of 6 1. per cent. per annum, according to the late act of Parliament : formerly printed for the use of His Majesties Exchequer, but now reprinted and most exactly corrected for publick good
- Tariffes contenant liquidation des droits de disme, distribution du prix du quintal, à la liure, & liquidation des interests à raison de quatre, cinq & demy, six, & sept pour cent, non encore veuës
- 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
- The banker's sure guide: or, Monied mans assistant. In three parts, viz. : Containing, I. Tables of interest for any sum at the current prices of 2, 2 1/2, 3, 3 1/2. 4, 4 1/2, and 5 per cent from 1 to 90 and [3]00 days, and from 1 month to a year. II. Tables of discount, for any s[um]mat-per-cent. no 1 to 60 and 300 days. and erom 2 month to a year; do at all the different rates from ... per cent. for a year. III. Sundry tables, shewing the value of annuities certain, and annuities on lives foun... on the ... rational prabab...; with rules and examples to find the value of two or more lives, joint lives, reversion; of es..., advowsons, presentations, &c. in the most plan, ... and intell...igible manner. To which is prefixed, by way of introduction, a new and comprehensive treatise on decimals; and an ex... of the several parts of the book. A table of commission is annexed to the whole. By S. Thomas, author of the British negociator, or foreign exchanges made easy
- The banker's sure guide; or, Monied man's assistant. In three parts, viz. : 1. Tables of interest for any sum, at the current prices of 2, 2 1/2, 3, 3 1/2, 4, 4 1/2, and 5 per cents. from 1 to 90 and 300 days; and from I month to a year, at 2, 2 1/2, 3, 3 1/2, 4, 4 and 1-6th (or 10d. in the pound), 4 1/..., 4 1/2, 4 1/4, and 5 per cent. II. Sundry tables shewing the value of annuities certain, and annuities on lives; sounded on the most rational probabilities; how to find the value of two or more lives, joint lives, reversions, presentations, &c. III. A large and accurate. Table of commission or brokerage, from 1/2 to 3 per cent...rising progressively only 1/2 per cent. at a time. Also of 4, 5, 6, and of 9 to 20 per cent; which together may be readily applied to exchanges to Ireland. To which is prefixed, by way of introduction. A new and comprehensive treatise on decimals and a concise method of equating the stocks to one another. The sixth edition, enlarged and corrected. By S. Thomas, author of The British negociator, or Foreign-exchanges made easy
- The merchant's companion, or, Trader's sure guide : adapted to the use of all persons who buy or sell any sort of commodities, either in wholesale or retail : shewing ... the amount of value of any number or quantity of goods or merchandise ... : likewise shews exactly the interest of any sum of money ... : as also a table of commission or brokerage ...
- The money monger. Or, The vsurers almanacke : Wherein with necessary tables of interest, the vsurers gaine, and borrowers losse, of 8, 7, and 6, in the hundred are easily demonstrated, with other tables. Being most vsefull and helpfull to the merchant, scriuener, vsurer, buyer, lender, borrower, or traider whatsoeuer
- The money'd man's guide, or, The purchaser's pocket-companion : shewing, at sight, what interest is made by money laid out in the companies stocks, or any other publick funds ... : with the easiest method to cast up the present worth of lands, houses, annuities ...
- The money'd man's pocket-book. Tables of simple interest exactly computed; for one to twelve months, and for one to ninety-one days, or a quarter of a year at 3, 3 1/2, 4, and 5 per cent. with other useful tables
- The scale of interest, or Proportionall tables and breviats shewing the forbearance and discompt of any sums of money for any time : from a day to 100 years, at the rate of 8 per centum, per annum. Together with the valuation of annuities, leases, pensions; in the forbearance, discompt, and purchase thereof, whether the payment be yearely, halfe yearely, or quarterly, at the same rate. Whereunto is added, certaine other breviats, of the forbearance, and discompt of money. The forbearance, discompt, and purchase of annuities, at the rates of 5, 6, & 7 per cent. per annum By Robert Butler
- The scale of interest: or The use of decimal fractions : and the table of logarithmes, in the most easie and exact resolving all questions in anatocism, or compound interest; with tables of simple interest also at 6. per cent. per annum. Together with their use in the measuring of board, timber, stone, and gauging of cask, &c. very necesary for all carpenters, joyners, masons, glasiers, and all tradesmen whatsoever. Composed and published for the use of the intended English methematical and grammar school at Ross in Herefordshire. Also, a direction for deans and chapters in cathedrals, and the heads and fellows of colledges in both Universities in their letting of leases and taking of fines. By John Newton D.D. and one of His Majesties chaplains
- The scale of interest: or The use of decimal fractions : with a table of logarithmes, demonstrating the most easie and exact resolving all questions in anatocism, or compound interest, and tables of simple interest also at 6. per cent. per annum. Together with their use in the measuring of board, timber, stone, and gauging of cask, &c. very necesary for all carpenters, joyners, masons, glasiers, and all tradesmen whatsoever. Composed and published for the use of the English methematical and grammar school at Ross in Herefordshire. Also, a direction for deans and chapters in cathedrals, and the heads and fellows of colledges in both Universities in their letting of leases and taking of fines. By John Newton D.D. and one of His Majesties chaplains
- The treasurers almanacke : wherein with necessary tables of interest, the lenders gaine, and borrowers losse, of 10, 8, 7, 6. in the 100. are easily composed and demonstrated for the longitude and latitude of all places whatsoeuer. 1631. Being most necessary and helpfull in coine, value, waight and measure of all things. And properly referred and rectified .... Also may fitly serve for the sea
- The treasurers almanacke, or The money-master : wherein with necessary tables of interest, the lenders gaine, and borrowers losse, of 10.8.7.6. in the 100. are easily composed and demonstrated for the longitude and latitude of all places whatsoeuer. 1630. Being most necessary and helpefull in coine, value, weight and measure of all things. And properly referred and rectified to the generall coronell knight merchant grocer goldsmith scriuener buyer lender artificer tradesman or nobleman commander gentleman mercer draper fishmonger vsurer seller borrower clothier husbandman. and whosoeuer else. Also may fitly serue for the sea
- The treasurers almanacke, or the money-master : wherein with necessary tables of interest, the lenders gaine, and borrowers losse, of 10. 8. 7. 6. in the 100. are easily composed and demonstrated for the longitude and latitude of all places whatsoeuer. 1627. Being most necessary and helpfull in coine, value, weight and measure of all things. And properly referred and rectified to the generall coronell knight merchant. grocer goldsmith scriuener buyer lender artificer tradesman or nobleman commander gentleman mercer draper fishmonger vsurer seller borrower clothier husbandman. And whosoeuer else. Also may fitly serue for the sea
- The treasurers almanacke, or the money-master : wherein with necessary tables of interest, the lenders gaine, and borrowers losse, of 10.8.7.6. in the 100. are easily composed and demonstrated for the longitude and latitude of all places whatsoeuer. 1628. Being most necessary and helpefull in coine, value, weight and measure of all things. And properly referred and rectified to the generall, coronell, knight, merchant, grocer, goldsmith, scriuener, buyer, lender, artificer, tradesman, or nobleman, commander, gentleman, mercer, draper, fishmonger, vsurer, seller, borrower, clothier, husbandman and whosoeuer else. Also may fitly serue for the sea
- The treasurers almanacke, or the money-master : wherein with necessary tables of interest, the lenders gaine, and borrowers losse, of 10.8.7.6. in the 100. are easily composed and demonstrated for the longitude and latitude of all places whatsoeuer. 1629. Being most necessary and helpefull in coine, value, weight and measure of all things. And properly referred and rectified .... Also may fitly serue for the sea
- The treasurers almanacke: wherein with necessary tables of interest, the lenders gaine, and borrowers losse, of 10. 8. 7. 6. in the 100. are easily composed and demonstrated for the longitude and latitude of all places whatsoever. 1636. Being most necessary and helpefull in coine, value, weight, and measure of all things. And properly referred and rectified [...] Also may fitly serve for the sea
- The twentieth edition of The ready reckoner, or, Trader's sure guide : containing tables ready cast up, adapted to the use of all who deal by wholesale or retail ; exhibiting, at one view, the amount or value of any number or quantity of goods or merchandize, from one up to ten thousand, at the various prices, from one farthing to one pound ...
- Websters tables : for simple interest direct, at 10, 8, 7 1/2 7, 6 and 5 l. per centum, from moneth to moneth to twelve moneths. For simple interest to rebate, at 8 l. per centum, from moneth to moneth to 36 moneths. For simple interest to rebate at 7 and 6 l. per centum, from moneth to moneth to twelve moneths. Also, his tables for compound interest, with his true valuation of annuities, leases, fines and reversions: with a necessary addition concerning halfe-yearly and quarterly payments. Together with a necessary table for the speedy and exact summing up of the price of commodities: serving also for a table of reduction, and for simple interest direct at 5. per centum
- Websters tables, : for interest direct and to rebate at 8, 7 1/2, 7, and 6, per centum to 12 moneths. Rebatement at 8 l. per centum to 36 moneth. And for direct interest at 10, and 4 l. per centum. : Also, for compound interest to 31 years, with the true valuation of annuities, leases, fines and reversions with a necessary addition concerning half yearly and quarterly payments. Together with a convenient table for the speedy and exact summing up of the price of commodities, serving also for a table of reduction, and for direct interest at 5 l. per cent. : Whereunto is now added, certain tables, very necessary for the ready reducing of gold and silver into standard.

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