The Business Man's Assistant: Being an Improved Edition of the "Business Guide and Legal Companion," Containing Useful Forms of Legal Instruments: Enlarged by the Addition of Forms of Acknowledgments, Agreements, Assignments, Awards, Bonds, Leases, Mortgages, Powers of Attorney, and Legal Opinions, Found in No Other Work : Adapted to the Wants of Business Men Throughout the United States : Part 1, Part 1
I.R. Butts, 1847 - Bookkeeping - 84 pages
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