The scholar's arithmetic: or, federal accountant. ... Ninth edition. Daniel Adams.
The scholar's arithmetic: or, federal accountant. ... Ninth edition

The scholar's arithmetic: or, federal accountant. ... Ninth edition

Keene, N. H. printed by John Prentiss, (proprietor of the copy right) sold at his bookstore, and the principal book-sellers in the northern states ... Price 10 dollars per doz. 1 dollar single, 1814. 8vo, pp. viii, [1], 10-216; contemporary and likely original sheep-backed boards; rubbed and worn, but sound; doodles and student's calculations on endpapers and flyleaves. A durable arithmetic first published in Leominster, Mass. in 1801, and still in print as late as 1833. Containing, I. Common Arithmetic, the Rules and Illustrations. II. Examples and Answers with Blank Spaces... III. To Each Rule a Supplement... IV. Frederal Money, with Rules for all the Various Operations in It - To Reduce Federal to Old Lawful, and Old Lawful to Federal Money. V. Interest Cast in Federal Money, with Compound Multiplication, Compound Division and Practice... VI. Demonstrations by Engravings of the Reason and Nature of the Various Steps in the Extraction of the Square and Cube Roots... VII. Forms of Notes, Deeds, Bonds and Other Instruments of Writing. The Whole in a Form and Method Altogether New, for the Ease of the Master and the Greater Progress of the Scholar. American Imprints 30624. Item #60370

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