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A well worn 1841 copy of this early 19th century reference, which debuted in 1800. This text was used to instruct the student in the use of multiple forms of mathematics, such as fractions, currency reduction, annuities and interest among many of other topics. With appended section of rules for calculating interest and rebates and a separate short work entitled "The Practical Accountant. . .Best Method of Book Keeping" by Samuel Green. --- This compact edition in leather covered boards with no visible titling on exterior. --- The covers are quite chafed, discolored and with bruises and rubbing; open tear to title page. Despite damages, volume remains relatively sound and textblock remains tightly bound.; 24mo (5 to 6 in. tall) ; 240, (12) pages
Title: Daboll's Schoolmaster's Assistant, Improved and Enlarged, Being a Plain Practical System of Arithmetic, Adapted to the United States.
Publisher: Utica, New York, Gardiner Tracy: 1841
Book Condition: Fair
Weight: 1.00 Item
Stock No.: 82423