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The Resource The landed-man's assistant: or, Steward's vade mecum. : Containing the newest, most plain and perspicous method of keeping the accompts of estates yet extant. Useful for gentlemen, lawyers, cashiers, bailiffs, rent-gatherers, &c. Being a compendious form of taking a survey of an estate in hand, or on lives, with an abstract of the same: also an inventory of cash, stock, debts, &c. The method of entering lives dropt, and new leafes granted; together with a cash-book, and an abstract of receipts and disbursements; also the method of charging and discharging each tenant's accompts. By George Clerke, steward to a person of quality, (electronic resource)

The landed-man's assistant: or, Steward's vade mecum. : Containing the newest, most plain and perspicous method of keeping the accompts of estates yet extant. Useful for gentlemen, lawyers, cashiers, bailiffs, rent-gatherers, &c. Being a compendious form of taking a survey of an estate in hand, or on lives, with an abstract of the same: also an inventory of cash, stock, debts, &c. The method of entering lives dropt, and new leafes granted; together with a cash-book, and an abstract of receipts and disbursements; also the method of charging and discharging each tenant's accompts. By George Clerke, steward to a person of quality, (electronic resource)

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The landed-man's assistant: or, Steward's vade mecum. : Containing the newest, most plain and perspicous method of keeping the accompts of estates yet extant. Useful for gentlemen, lawyers, cashiers, bailiffs, rent-gatherers, &c. Being a compendious form of taking a survey of an estate in hand, or on lives, with an abstract of the same: also an inventory of cash, stock, debts, &c. The method of entering lives dropt, and new leafes granted; together with a cash-book, and an abstract of receipts and disbursements; also the method of charging and discharging each tenant's accompts. By George Clerke, steward to a person of quality
Title
The landed-man's assistant: or, Steward's vade mecum.
Title remainder
Containing the newest, most plain and perspicous method of keeping the accompts of estates yet extant. Useful for gentlemen, lawyers, cashiers, bailiffs, rent-gatherers, &c. Being a compendious form of taking a survey of an estate in hand, or on lives, with an abstract of the same: also an inventory of cash, stock, debts, &c. The method of entering lives dropt, and new leafes granted; together with a cash-book, and an abstract of receipts and disbursements; also the method of charging and discharging each tenant's accompts. By George Clerke, steward to a person of quality
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
Uk-ES
Citation location within source
  • 4860
  • T205305
Citation source
  • Goldsmiths'
  • English Short Title Catalog
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Clerke, George
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Landowners
  • Account books
Label
The landed-man's assistant: or, Steward's vade mecum. : Containing the newest, most plain and perspicous method of keeping the accompts of estates yet extant. Useful for gentlemen, lawyers, cashiers, bailiffs, rent-gatherers, &c. Being a compendious form of taking a survey of an estate in hand, or on lives, with an abstract of the same: also an inventory of cash, stock, debts, &c. The method of entering lives dropt, and new leafes granted; together with a cash-book, and an abstract of receipts and disbursements; also the method of charging and discharging each tenant's accompts. By George Clerke, steward to a person of quality, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Dated on internal evidence
  • Price on title page: Pr. 1s
  • Reproduction of original from University of London's Goldsmiths' Library
Control code
ESTCT205305
Dimensions
120
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[9],49,[1]p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
The landed-man's assistant: or, Steward's vade mecum. : Containing the newest, most plain and perspicous method of keeping the accompts of estates yet extant. Useful for gentlemen, lawyers, cashiers, bailiffs, rent-gatherers, &c. Being a compendious form of taking a survey of an estate in hand, or on lives, with an abstract of the same: also an inventory of cash, stock, debts, &c. The method of entering lives dropt, and new leafes granted; together with a cash-book, and an abstract of receipts and disbursements; also the method of charging and discharging each tenant's accompts. By George Clerke, steward to a person of quality, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Dated on internal evidence
  • Price on title page: Pr. 1s
  • Reproduction of original from University of London's Goldsmiths' Library
Control code
ESTCT205305
Dimensions
120
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[9],49,[1]p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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