Book-keeping, Containing a Lucid Explanation of the Common Method of Book-keeping by Single Entry ...
J. W. Prentiss & Company, 1849 - Bookkeeping - 141 pages
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amount assigns Balance bearer becomes Bills bond BOOK-KEEPING Boots Bought Bronson Bush bushel called carried Cash Account Cash on Hand Cash-book cents close columns consideration contained contract cost Day-book delivered demand directed dollars drawn effected entered entry errors example Explanation form of Ledger Geneva give given head heirs Henry Hollett Horse hundred important Index interest Inventory July keeping manner method month necessary Note note payable Number opened paid pair party payable payment person Phelps pounds prepare presented promise pupil purchased receipt received recorded ruled Sealed seen separate settled settlement sheet side Smith Sold specified Sugar Sundries taken third town transaction transferred Wood writing written yards