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The merchants mirrour. Or, directions for the perfect ordering and keeping of his accounts

The merchants mirrour. Or, directions for the perfect ordering and keeping of his accounts

Framed by way of debitor and creditor, after the (so termed) Italian manner: containing 250 rare questions, with their answers, in forme of a dialogue. As likewise a vvaste-book, with a complete journal and leager thereunto appertaining; unto the which I have annexed two other waste-books for exercise of the studious: and at the end of each is entred the brief contents of the leagers accounts, arising from thence. And also a moneth-book, very requisite for merchants, and commodious for all other science-lovers of this famous art. The third edition, corrected and amended. Compiled by Richard Dafforne of Northampton, accountant, and teacher of the same, after an exquisite method, in the English and Dutch language. The contents are immediately prefixed before the book

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Published by printed by R.H. and J.G. for Nicholas Bourn, at the South-entrance of the Royall Exchange in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bookkeeping -- Early works to 1800,
  • Accounting -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    GenreEarly works to 1800
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2494:10a
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[20], 55, [13], 19, [13] p., 13 leaves, [188] p
    Number of Pages188
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15437294M

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    The accounts are classified into assets, liabilities, ownership equity, revenues, and expenses and are aligned with their related blocks of codes, which typically are as follows: - Assets - Liabilities - Ownership Equity - Revenues - Expenses. The tradesman's directory; or, a short and easy method of keeping his books of accompts: so as readily to know at any time the state of his affairs, upon any particular accompt, whether of men, money, or goods. Also how to bring his books to a ballance, and to know his profits or losses in the whole course of his .

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Full text of "The Merchants Mirrour Or, Directions for the Perfect Ordering and Keeping of His Accounts; Framed by Way of Debitor and Creditor, After the so Tearmed Italian Manner Containing Rare Questions, Whit Their Answers, in Forme of a Dialogue.

The merchant's mirrour, or, Directions for the perfect ordering and keeping of his accounts: framed by way of debitor and creditor after the (so tearmed) Italian-manner, containing rare questions, with their answers, in form of a dialogue: as likewise a waste-book, with a compleat journal and leager thereunto appertaining, unto the which I have annexed two other waste-books for exercise.

The merchants mirrour, or, Directions for the perfect ordering and keeping of his accounts: framed by way of debitor and creditor, after the (so-tearmed) Italian-manner as likewise, a waste-book, with a compleat journall, and leager thereunto appertaining and also, a moneth-book, very requisite for merchants.

Get this from a library. The merchants mirrour. Or, directions for the perfect ordering and keeping of his accounts: Framed by way of debitor and creditor, after the (so termed) Italian manner: containing rare questions, with their answers, in forme of a dialogue.

As likewise a vvaste-book, with a complete journal and leager thereunto appertaining; unto the which I have annexed two other. Get this from a library. The merchants mirrour. Or, Directions for the perfect ordering and keeping of his accounts.: Framed by way of debitor and creditor, after the (so tearmed) Italian manner: containing rare questions, with their answers, in forme of a dialogue.

As likewise, a waste-book, with a compleat journall, and leager thereunto appertaining. InRichard Dafforne, an accountant, published a book which was described as “The Merchants Mirrour”, or alternatively as “directions for the perfect ordering and keeping of his (the merchant) accounts formed by way of Debitor and Creditor”.

Dafforne makes reference to a number of early books on the subject of accountancy. A book described as The Merchants Mirrour, or directions for the perfect ordering and keeping of his accounts formed by way of Debitor and Creditor, after the (so termed) Italian manner, by Richard Dafforne, accountant, published incontains many references to.

Whereunto is annexed, The merchants mirrour: or, Directions for the perfect ordering and keeping of his accounts; As likewise, a waste-book, And also, a month-book, Compiled by Richard Dafforne of Northhampton, accountant, and teacher of the same, after an exquisite method, in.

III. The merchants mirrour; or, Directions for the perfect ordering or keeping of his accounts by R. Dafforne IV. An introduction to merchants accounts, by John Collins V. The accountants closet, being an abridgment of merchants accounts, kept by debtor and creditor, by Abraham Liset.

A book described as The Merchants Mirrour, or directions for the perfect ordering and keeping of his accounts formed by way of Debitor and Creditor, after the (so termed) Italian manner, by Richard Dafforne, accountant, published incontains many references to early books on the science of accountancy.

In a chapter in this book, headed. This vignette goes through examples of financial calculations from the practice journal in the third edition of Richard Dafforne’s The Merchant’s Mirrour, Or Directions for the Perfect Ordering and Keeping of His Accounts (London, ).

Once the contents of a set of account books are transcribed into a data base — such as the example journal and ledger from Richard Dafforne’s The Merchant’s Mirrour, Or Directions for the Perfect Ordering and Keeping of His Accounts (London, ) used here — debkeepr assists the researcher in both the analysis and presentation of the data.

There was another book written in that was described as The Merchants Mirrour, or directions for the perfect ordering and keeping of his accounts formed by way of Debitor and Creditor. This book was written by Richard Dafforne, who was an accountant.

This book has many references to books about accountancy that were written much earlier. Veil of the Deserters is book #2 of the Bloodsounder's series. If you haven't read book #1, get it so you can immediately read this book right after. If you've read book #1, immediately get this book as the story arc explodes and shines here.4/5().

Merchant's mirrour, or, Directions for the perfect ordering and keeping of his accounts Saint George for England, allegorically described. Soveraignty of the British seas A. A complete system of book-keeping.

London: Welles, Grosvenor, & Chater. ∗ √ Brown, T. The accurate-accomptant: or, London-Merchant. London: John Hancock § Carpenter, J.

A most excellent instruction for the exact and perfect keeping of merchants bookes of accounts, by way of debitor and creditor, after the Italian manner Cited by: Money is a unit of account - Money provides the unit in which prices are quoted, accounts are kept, and debts are recorded Money is a store of value - People will not accept money today for the payment of g/s if it is worthless when they try to purchase g/s tomorrow.

By John Marius. III. The Merchants Mirrour: Or, Directions for the Perfect Ordering of Keeping of His Accompts. By Way of Debtor and Creditor, After the Italian Manner.

By R. Dassorne. An Introduction to Merchants Accompts. By John Collins. The Accountants Closet, Being an Abridgement of Merchants Accounts, Kept by Debtor and Creditor.

The very interesting and able book described as The Merchants Mirrour, or directions for the perfect ordering and keeping af his accounts formed by way of Debitor and Creditor, after the (so termed) Italian manner, by Richard Dafforne, accountant, published incontains many references to early books on the science of accountancy.

In a chapter in this book, headed "Opinion of Book-keeping's. The first Scottish book on accountancy entitled Idea Rationaria, or the perfect accomptant, necessary for all merchants and trafficquers: containing the true forme of book-keeping, according to the Italian methode, by Robert Colinson, is printed in Edinburgh.

Josiah Wade founds 'Tribe Clarke and Company' Accountancy firm in Bristol. Mellis refers to the fact that the principle of accounts he explains which is a simple system of double entry is after the former of Venice.A book described as The Merchants Mirrour, or directions for the perfect ordering and keeping of his accounts formed by way of Debitor and Creditor, after the so termed Italian manner, by Richard Dafforne.The History of Accounting March Table of Contents.

Overview The merchants mirrour- Or, directions for the perfect ordering and keeping of his accounts by Dafforne, and Consvetvdo, vel lex mercatoria, or The Ancient Law-merchant.Download or read The Merchants Mirrour: Or, Directions for the Perfect Ordering and Keeping of His Accounts; Framed by Way of Debitor and Creditor, After the (so Tearmed) Italian Manner: Containing Rare Questions, Whit Their Answers, in Forme of a Dialogue.