The Mercantile Arithmetic, Adapted to the Commerce of the United States, in Its Domestic and Foreign Relations: With an Appendix Containing Practical Systems of Mensuration, Gauging, and Book-keeping

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Richardson & Lord, 1828 - Arithmetic - 315 pages
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