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Merchant's Magazine:

Trades Man's Treasury,

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I. Arithmetick isi Whole Numbers and Fradions, Vulgar and

Decimal ; with the Reason and Demonftration of each Rale; Adorn'd with

curious Copper-Curs of the chief Tables and Titles.
II. Merchants Accompts, or a most concise Way of Casting up

the value of Merchandizė, Tare and Trett, Interest of Coin, Rule of Barter,
Lofs and Gain, Fellowship, Equation of Payments, and several Matters relating

to Exchange, never before made Publick.
III. Book- Keeping, after a Plain, Easie and Natural Method,

the wing how to Enter, Post, Close and Ballance an Accompt, &ic.
IV. Marims concerning Bills of Exchange, Factors and Fa&orage :

The Law conceraing Brokers, &c.
V. The post of Letters to and from Foreign Countries; and the

Days when Males are sent to, and due from those Countries,
VI. An Account of the Commodities produced by all Countries:

Their chief Towns of Trade, and bigness of the Country compared with England.
VII. A Merchant or Trader's Dicionary, explaining the most difficult

Terms ufed in Trade.
VIII. Precedents of Merchants Writings; as, Bills of Lading, Invoyces,

Bills of Exchange, Letters of Credit, Charter-Parties, &c. With many other

Things not Extane before, as by the Table of Contents appears.
Accommodated chiefly to the Practice of Merchants and Tradesmen :

Bur is likewise useful for Schools, Banks, Diversion of Gentlemen, Business
of Mechanicks, and Officers of the King's Custom and Excise.

The Seventh Impression Correccd and Improved.

By E. HATTON, Philomathemat.
Arbore deje&ta quivis ligna colligit. Juven.


Three Cro.

V, red for Chr. Coningsby, at the Ink-Bottle, over-against

in Fetter-Lane, Fleet-Street ; and Dan. Midwinter, at the
Paul's Church-Yard. MDCCXIX.

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