Hoey, James

Every young man's companion, or youth's new general director

Being hoey's instructor improved. In two parts. Containing directions for spelling, reading and writing true english. How to address persons of all distinctions. The british penman. Sententious precepts and maxims, being sets of copies for improvement in writing receipts to make red and black ink, &c. Value and weight of the several gold pieces. A large table of guineas ready cast up. Interest where reduced. Interest computed before the new stile. A new and compendious system of practical arithmetick. Book-keeping after the italian manner, &c A short system of book-keeping for shop-keepers. Bills of exchange, with variety of examples of inland and foreign bills; variety of letters on business and mercantile affairs, &c. &c.