Catalog Record: An introduction to merchandize : containing, a complete system of arithmetic : a system of algebra : forms and manner of transacting bills of exchange : book-keeping in various forms : an account of the trade of Great Britain, and the laws and practices relating to sale, factorage, insurance, shipping, &c. | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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An introduction to merchandize : containing, a complete system of arithmetic : a system of algebra : forms and manner of transacting bills of exchange : book-keeping in various forms : an account of the trade of Great Britain, and the laws and practices relating to sale, factorage, insurance, shipping, &c. / by Robert Hamilton ...

Main Author: Hamilton, Robert, 1743-1829.
Language(s): English
Published: Edinburgh : Printed by and for J. Hunter, ..., 1799.
Edition: The fourth edition, corrected and revised.
Subjects: Great Britain > Commerce.
Business mathematics.
Business > Great Britain.
Note: Includes Supplement to Hamilton's Introduction to merchandize. Containing the answers to all the questions proposed in that work.
Signatures : pi⁴ A⁴-32⁴
Page 551 misnumbered 351
Physical Description: viii, 552 p. ; 22 cm.
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