The New Bryant & Stratton Counting-house Book-keeping: Embracing the Theory and Practice of Accounts : and Adapted to the Use of Business Colleges, the Higher Grades of Public and Private Schools, and to Self-instruction

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American Book Company, from the Press of Ivison, Blakeman & Company, 1878 - Broj stranica: 304
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