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- The scale of interest, or, The use of decimal fractions, and the table of logarithmes in the most easie and exact resolving of all questions in anatocism, or compound interest : with tables of simple interest also at 6 per cent per annum : together with their use in the measuring of board, timber, stone, and gauging of cask, &c. ... : also, a direction for ... letting of leases and taking of fines
- A Table of simple interest at 6 per cent. : for any sum, from one day to a year, calculated to a farthing. Haverhill, July 10, 1765
- A collection of tables. : I. A table shewing the value of any number of pounds, shillings and pence in dollars and cents, from one cent to ten thousand dollars. II. A table of the weight and value of coins as they now pass in the respective states of the union, with their sterling and federal value. III. A table of the money of the United States. IV. Tables of interest at six and seven per cent. per annum. : With several other useful tables.
- A collection of tables. : I. A table shewing the value of any number of pounds, shillings and pence in dollars and cents, from one cent to ten thousand dollars. II. A table of the weight and value of coins as they now pass in the respective states of the union, with their sterling and federal value. III. A table of the money of the United States. IV. Tables of interest at six and seven per cent. per annum. With several other useful tables. Calculated by Joseph Lippincott
- A complete book of interest, : containing the fullest tables of simple interest, that have yet appeared; Viz. I. The Interest of any Number of Pounds, Shillings, Pence, and Farthings, for one Day, at 4, 5 and 6 per Cent. II. Tables at 4, 5 and 6 per Cent. on a new Principle, shewing the Interest, at one View, up to 12,000l. for one Day, and so on to 1000l. for 12 Days, and, by one Subtraction, any greater Sum. III. Improvements on the usual Tables, being from 1l. continued by Units to 30l. and from 30l. by Tens, Hundreds, and Thousands, to 5000l. and for any Number of Days, from 1 to 366 Days, and from 1 Month to 7 Years, at 4, 5 and 6 per Cent. Also, The Explanation and Use of all the Tables, by a Variety of Examples; with several Methods of computing Interest, Commission, &c. Examples of Interest Accounts, and some of the Laws relative thereto: A Table, shewing the exact Number of Days, from one Time to another in the Year: A Table of Exchange at Par, between England and Ireland; with Methods of making out the Exchange, at any other Rate: A Table Of AtSalaries And Wages: And Other Useful Tables: All done by Plain Vulgar Numbers, to make it easy to the meanest Capacity. By Joseph Middleton, Accomptant
- A new and accurate book of interest in tables, : calculated to a farthing; at 2 1/2, 3, 3 1/2, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 per cent. From -1000 to -1 for 1 Day to 96 Days, and for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 Months. With easy Directions to cast up Interest at any other Rate by the said Tables: And Tables whereby Standard Gold and Silver in Bars, are compared with the Courses of Exchange between Amsterdam and London, shewing how much per Cent. is gained or lost on the intrinsick Value of Gold and Silver in Bars, at the usual Rates of Exchange: Also some other Tables, very useful in Receiving and Paying of Monies. The second edition, with additions. By Samuel Stonehouse, Author of the Treatise of Arithmetic, by Way of Question and Answer. To which is annex'd, tables shewing what any salary, from one Million per Annum, to one Pound per Annum, comes to per day; and what Interest is made per Cent. per Annum of any Purchase
- A new and accurate book of interest, in tables : calculated to a farthing; at 2 1/2, 3, 3 1/2, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 per cent. from 1000 ? to 1 ? for 1 Day to 96 Days, and for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 Months. With Easy Directions to cast up Interest at any other Rate by the said Tables: And Tables whereby Standard Gold and Silver in Bars, are compared with the Courses of Exchange between Amsterdam and London, shewing how much per Cent. is Gained or Lost on the intrinsick Value of Gold and Silver in Bars, at the usual Rates of Exchange: Also some other Tables, very useful in Receiving and Paying of Money. To which is annex'd, tables shewing what any Salary, from one Million per Annum, to one Pound per Annum, comes to per Day. By Samuel Stonehouse, Accomptant
- A new book of interest, : containing aliquot tables, truly proportioned to any given rate, compiled for the use of the merchant, banker, public offices, and all other persons concerned in interest accounts. Wherein is demonstrated, by various Arithmetic calculations, that the Tables, in all the common Interest Books, constantly make the Interest less than the true Amount, And that a Perseverance in their Use, or calculating by the Pen, on the Principles they are composed, will, in all instances, prove injurious to the public revenue, to the Bank of England, to Commerce, To Funded Property, to Public Companies, to the Individual, And to the Nation in general. By William Wallace, Commercial Accountant
- A table of the first year's interest to be paid on monies which have been placed in the several Continental loan-offices between the 1st of March and 1st of September 1778, : calculated for each day on which the money may have been lent, in pursuance of a resolution of Congress of the 29th of June, 1779:
- A table of the first year's interest to be paid on monies which have been placed in the several Continental loan-offices, between the 1st of June and 1st of December 1778 ...
- An Ephemeris or diary : shewing the interest and rebate of money at 6 percentum, according unto simple and compound interest, for every day in the year : together with other tables shewing the increase and rebate of money and annuities by years, halfs and quarters at the aforesaid rate in pounds and decimal parts of a pound according to compound interest
- Arithmetic, in the plainest and most concise methods hitherto extant: : with new improvements for dispatch of business in all the several rules. As also fractions, vulgar and decimal, wrought together after a new method, that renders both easy to be understood in their nature and use. : The whole perused and approved of by the most eminent accomptants in the several offices of the Revenue, viz. Customs, Excise, &c. as the only book of its kind for variety of rules and brevity of work.
- Clavis usuræ : or, a key to interest, both simple and compound: containing practical rules, plainly express'd in Words at length; whereby all the various Cases of Interest, and Annuities, or Leases, either in Possession, or Reversion, and Purchasing Free-Hold Estates, &c. may very easily be Resolv'd, both by the Pen and a small Table of Logarithms, hereunto annex'd; For all Rates of Interest, and Times of Payment whatsoever; Illustrated by Variety of Examples. To which is added, rules to be observ'd in estimating the value of annuities, or leases, and Insurances for Lives, &c. Also, The Business of Rebate or Discompt, and the Equation of Payments (very useful for Merchants and other Deallers) is here Rectified and truly Determin'd. By J. Ward, Author of the Young Mathematician's Guide, &c
- Comes commercii, : or the trader's-companion. Containing I. An exact and useful Table, shewing the Value of any Quantity of Goods or Wares ready cast up, more adapted to Merchants Use than any other extent; which is demonstrated by 14 Examples relating chiefly to Buving and Selling. II. A Table calculated for Universal Use, which Use is shewn in the Solution of Questions, in Multiplication, Division, Reduction, Merchandising, and Measuring all kind of Superficies and Solids, or Gauging Vessels and Casks. III. The Manner of casting up Dimensions in general, whether the same be taken in Inches, Feet and Inches, Yards, Perches, &c. and how to give the Answer by Reduction, Duo-Decimals, or Decimals. IV. The several Customs used by Surveyors and Measurers, in measuring Glass, Wainscor, Painting, Plaistering, Flooring, Tyling, Partitioning, Brick, or Stone-Work, &c. and the common Rate of such Work by the Rod, Yard, Foot, &c. V. Instructions for Entring Goods at the Customhouse, Inward, Outward, and by Certificate; with several material Clauses in such Statutes as relate to Exportation and Importation. VI. Concerning Water-Side Business, and the Constitution of the Keys, Wharfs, Porters, &c. there: Also the Charge of Wharfage, Lighterage, and Porterage, for Landing, Loading, Weighing, and Housing Goods, and what is usually paid for the Use of the Warehouse at the Water-Side. Vii. Rules concerning Freight, Bills of Lading, Primage, and how the same is paid for. &c. Viii. Concerning Insuring Ships, Merchandizes, and Houses, and how to make Rates and Averages in case of Loss; with the Advantages of the Practice of Insuring in several Instances, with respect to Foreign and Inland Trade: And many other things never before made Publick. To which is added, a supplement concerning simple and compound interest, with Tables thereof, and the Use and Manner of Calculating the same; and to make up Accompts of Mortgages, where the Mortgagee has received Rent, &c. The Whole adapted to the Use of Merchants and Traders, Lawyers, Surveyors, and Measurers of Building, &c. By Edward Hatton, Gent
- Comes commercii, : or, the trader's companion. Containing I. An exact and useful table, shewing the value of any quantity of goods ... ready cast up, ... VIII. Concerning insuring ships, ... To which is added, a supplement concerning simple and compound interest, ... By Edward Hatton, gent
- Comes commercii, : or, the trader's-companion. Containing I. An exact and useful Table, shewing the Value of any Quantity of Goods or Wares ready cast up, more adapted to Merchants Use than any other extant; which is demonstrated by Seventeen Examples, relating chiefly to Buying and Selling; with several new Additions and Improvements. II. A Table calculated for Universal Use, which Use is shewn in the Solution of Questions, in Multiplication, Division, Reduction, Merchandizing, and Measuring all Kinds of Superficies and Solids, or Gauging Vessels and Casks; rendered perfect and compleat. III. The Manner of casting up Dimensions in general, whether the same be taken in Inches, Feet and Inches, Yards, Perches, &c. and how to give the Answer by Reduction, Duo-Decimals, or Decimals, plainly and exactly. IV. The several Customs used by Surveyors and Measurers, in measuring Glass, Wainscot, Painting, Plaistering, Flooring, Tyling, Partitioning, Brick, or Stone-Work, &c. and the common Rate of such Work by the Rod, Yard, Foot, &c. V. Instructions for Entering Goods at the Custom-House, Inward, Outward, and by Certificate; with several material Clauses in such Statutes as sclate to Exportation and Importation. VI. Concerning Water-Side Business, and the Constitution of the Key Wharfs, Porters, &c. there: Also the Charge of Whatever Ligliterage, and Porterage, for Landing, Loading, Weighing, and Housing Goods, and coat is usually paid for the Use of the Warehouse at the Water-Side. Vii. Rules concerning Freight, Bills of Lading, Primage, and how the same is paid for, &c. Viii. Concerning Insuring Ships, Merchandizes, and Houses, and how to make Rates and Averages in case of Loss; with the Advantages of the Practice of Insuring in several Instances, with respect to foreign and Inland Trade; and many other things never before made Publick. To which is added, a supplement concerning Simple and Compound Interest, with Tables thereof at Three, Three and a half, Four, Five, &c. per Cent, and the Use and Manner of Calculating the same; and to make up Accompts of Mortgages, where the Mortgagee has received Rent, &c. The Whole adapted to the Use of Merchants and Traders, Lawyers, Surveyors, and Measurers of Building, &c. By Edward Hatton, gent
- Der geschwinde Rechner oder: Des Händlers nützlicher Gehülfe; : in Kauffung allerley Sachen sowohl im Grossen als Kleinen. Da auf eimmal gezeigt wird der Werth von allerley Waaren oder Sachen, von einem viertel Pens bis auf 19 Schilling und 9 Pens; und von einem Pfund, Jard, Galle, Buschel, u. bis auf 10,000. Und solches auf eine so leichte Weise, das sich eine Person, die sonst nichts von der Rechenkunst gelernt hat, doch darnach richten kan, und dem der richten kan, ist es eine geschwinde Anzeige, wodurch er Mühe und Zeit erspahrt.
- Der geschwinde Rechner, oder: Des Händlers nützlicher Gehülfe, in Kauffung und Verkauffung allerly Sachen, sowohl im Grossen als Kleinen, nach dem Föderal Geld berechnet; : da auf einmal gezeigt wird, den Werth non allerley Waaren und Sachen, von einem halben Cent bis auf einen Föderal Thaler und darüber, es sey auch von was für Benennung es wolle, bis auf 5000, nebst Interessen Tabellen, &c. &c.
- Der geschwinde Rechner, oder: Sichere Beystand de Händlers; : im Kaufen und Verkaufen unterschiedener Artickel sowohl beym Grossen als auch Kleinen; worinnen auf einmal zu sehen ist: der Werth oder Belauf einiger Anzahl oder Quantiẗt Artickel oder Kaufmanns-Waaren, von 1 zu 10,000 hinauf, nach den unterschiedenen Preisen von 1 Färthing zu 1 Pfund. : Welchem sind auch beygefügt, Tabellen der Interesse von 5, 6, und 7 pro Cent. Eine Tabelle die das Gewicht und den Werth des Gold und Silbers, wie es zu gegenwärtiger Zeit in Pennsylvanien und Neu-York gangbar ist, anzeigt. Auch eine Tabelle die den Werth des Continental-Geldes zeigt, wie solcher von Zeit zu Zeit von den Staaten Pennsylvanien und Maryland vestgestzt [sic] worden ist
- Der geschwinde Rechner, oder: Sichere Beystand des Händlers; : im Kaufen und Verkaufen unterschiedener Artickel sowohl beym Grossen als auch Kleinen. Worinnen auf einmal zu sehen ist: Werth oder Belauf einiger Anzahl oder Quantität, Artickel oder Kaufmanns-Waaren, von 1 zu 10,000 hinauf, nach den unterschiedenen Preisen von 1 Farthing zu 1 Pfund. : Welchem auch sind beygefügt: I. Tabellen der Interessen zu 6 pro Cent. II. Eine Tabelle, die das Gewicht und den Werth des Goldes und Silbers anzeigt ... III. Eine Tabelle, welch den Belauf der Cente, u. anziegt
- Der geschwinde Rechner, oder: Sichere Beystand des Händlers; : im Kaufen und Verkaufen unterschiedener Artickel sowohl beym Grossen als auch Kleinen; worinnen auf einmal zu sehen ist: der Werth oder Belauf einiger Anzahl oder Quantität Artickel oder Kaufmanns-Waaren, von 1 zu 10,000 hinauf, nach den unterschiedenen Preisen von 1 Färthing zu 1 Pfund. : Welchem auch sind beygefügt: I. Tabellen der Interessen zu 6 pro Cent. II. Eine Tabelle, die das Gewicht und den Werth des Goldes und Silbers anzeigt ... III. Eine Tabelle welche den Werth von Continental Gelde zeigt ... IV. Tabellen vom Belauf der Unkosten ... V. Eine Tabelle, welche den Belauf der Cente, u. anzeigt
- Der geschwinde Rechner, oder: Sichere Beystand des Händlers; : im Kaufen und Verkaufen unterschiedener Artickel sowol beym grossen als auch kleinen; worinnen auf einmal zu sehen ist: Werth oder Belauf einiger Anzahl oder Quantität Artickel oder Kaufmanns-Waaren, von 1 zu 10,000 hinauf, nach den unterschiedenen Preisen von 1 Färthing zu 1 Pfund. : Welchem auch sind beygefügt: I. Tabellen der Interessen zu 6 pro Cent. II. Eine Tabelle, die das Gewicht und den Werth des Goldes und Silbers anzeigt, wie es zu gegenwärtiger Zeit in den verschiedenen Staaten der Union gangbar ist, nebst derem Werth in Federal und Sterling Gelde. III. Eine Tabelle, welche den Belauf der Cente &c. anzeigt
- Every man his own broker : or, a guide to Exchange-Alley. In which the nature of the several funds, vulgarly called stocks, is clearly explained. And The Mystery and Iniquity of Stock-Jobbing laid before the Public in a New and Impartial Light. Also The Method of Transferring Stock, and of Buying and Selling the several Government Securities, without the Assistance of a Broker, is made intelligible to the meanest Capacity: and an Account is given of the Laws in force relative to Brokers, Clerks at the Bank, &c. To which is added, new tables of interest on India Bonds, calculated at 5 per Cent. - Directions how to avoid the Losses that are frequently sustained by the Destruction of Bank Notes, India Bonds, &c. by Fres and other Accidents. And an Appendix, giving some Account of Banking, and of the Sinking Fund. - With a Copper-Plate Table, shewing the intrinsic Value of the several Funds, and the Proportion they bear to each other, by which any Person may immediately know which is the cheapest to purchase. The fourth edition, by T. Mortimar
- Every man his own broker : or, a guide to Exchange-Alley. In which the nature of the several funds, vulgarly called the stocks, is clearly explained, and accurate Computations are formed of the Average Value of East-India Stocks for several Years, from the current Year. The Mystery and Iniquity of Stock-Jobbing is laid before the Public in a New and Impartial Light. The Method of Transferring Stock, and of Buying and Selling the several Government Securities, without the Assistance of a Broker, is made intelligible to the meanest Capacity: and an Account is given of the Laws in force relative to Brokers, Clerks at the Bank, &c. With Directions how to avoid the Losses that are frequently sustained by the Destruction of Bank Notes, India Bonds, &c. by Fires and other Accidents. With An Historical Account of the Origin, Progress, and present State of Public-Credit, Banking, and the Sinking-Fund. To which is now added a supplement, containing Rules for forming a Judgment of the real Causes of the Rise or Fall of the Stocks; and several useful tables of Interest, &c. The eighth edition, altered and enlarged. By Thoma Mortimer, Esq. Author of the Elements of Commerce, Politics, and Finances
- Every man his own broker : or, a guide to Exchange-Alley. In which the nature of the several funds, vulgarly called the stocks, is clearly explained. And The Mystery and Iniquity of Stock-Jobbing laid before the Public in a New and Impartial Light. The Method of Transferring Stock, and of Buying and Selling the several Government Securities, without the Assistance of a Broker, is made intelligible to the meanest Capacity: An Abstract is given of the Laws in Force relative to Brokers, Clerks at the Bank, &c. And the Nature of Banking, and of the Sinking Fund, is fully disclosed. Several useful tables are added to the whole, for the Benefit of all Persons concerned in the Public Funds. The seventh edition, improved and enlarged. By Thomas Mortimer, Esq
- Every man his own broker : or, a guide to Exchange-Alley. In which the nature of the several funds, vulgarly called the stocks, is clearly explained; And The Mystery and Iniquity of Stock-Jobbing laid before the Public in a New and Impartial Light; in which is introduced a Comic Scene at J-'s. Also The Method of Transferring Stock, of Buying and Selling India Bonds, Lottery Tickets, Life Annuities, and other Government Securities, without the Assistance of a Broker, is made intelligible to the meanest Capacity; and an Account is given of the Laws in Force relative to Brokers, Clerks at the Bank, &c. To which is added, New Tables of Interest, calculated at 5 per Cent. for the Use of the present Proprietors of India Bonds; and Directions how to avoid the Losses that are frequently sustained by the Destruction of Bank Notes, India Bonds, &c. by Fires and other Accidents; and an Appendix, giving some Account of banking, and of the sinking Fund. Quid faciunt leges, ubi sola pecunia regnat
- Every man his own broker : or, a guide to Exchange-Alley. In which the nature of the several funds, vulgarly called the stocks, is clearly explained; and The Mystery and Iniquity of Stock-Jobbing laid before the Public in a New and Impartial Light. Also The Method of Transferring Stock, of Buying and Selling India Bonds, Lottery Tickets, Life Annuities, and other Government Securities, without the Assistance of a Broker, is made intelligible to the meanest Capacity. To which is added, New Tables of Interest, calculated at 5 per Cent. for the Use of the present Proprietors of India Bonds; and Directions how to avoid the Losses that are frequently sustained by the Destruction of Bank Notes, India Bonds, &c. by Fires and other Accidents. By Philanthropos
- Every man his own broker : or, a guide to the Stock-Exchange. In which the nature of the several funds, vulgarly called the stocks, is clearly explained, and accurate Computations are formed of the Average Value of East India Stock for several Years, from the current Year. The Mystery and Iniquity of Stock-Jobbing is laid before the Public, in a New and Impartial Light. The Method of Transferring Stock, and of Buying and Selling; the several Government Securities, without the Assistance of a Broker, is made intelligible to all Persons concerned; and an Account is given of the Laws in Force relative to Brokers, Clerks of the Bank, &c. With Directions how to avoid the Losses that are frequently sustained by the Destruction of Bank Notes, India Bonds, &c. by Fire, and other Accidents. Also, an historical account of the origin, progress, and present state of public credit, of the National Debt, both Principal and Interest, of Banking, and of the Sinking-Fund; with Advice to Adventurer, in the State-Lotteries. To which is added, a supplement, containing Rules for forming a Judgement of the real Causes of the Rise or Fail of the Stocks; new Observations on the Payment of the Dividends; the Equation, and other useful Tables. Quid faciunt loges, ubi sola pecunia regnat. The eleventh edition, considerably improved. By Thomas Mortimer, Esq. Author of the Elements of Commerce, Politics, and Finances
- Interest at one view, : calculated to a farthing: At 2 1/2, 3, 3 1/2, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 per Cent. For 1000£. to 1 £. for 1 Day to 96 Days; and for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 Months. With Rules and Examples to cast up Interest at any Rate, by the said Tables. With a curious Table, whereby Standard Gold and Silver, in Bars, is compared with the Courses of Exchange between Amsterdam and London. Also Tables for reducing the most common Gold Coins to Pounds, and the Contrary: Being very useful in receiving and paying Monies. The tenth edition, with additions. Carefully calculated and examined from the press, by Richard Hayes. To which is added, a concise table, whereby to cast up Salaries and Wages speedily. and others of great Use in-receiving and paying of Money
- Interest at one view, : calculated to a farthing: at 2 1/2, 3, 3 1/2, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 per cent. ... to 1 for 1 Day to 96 Days; and for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 Months. With Rules and Examples to cast up Interest at any Rate, by the said Tables. With a curious Table, whereby Standard Gold and Silver in Bars, is compared with the ... or Exchange between Amsterdam and London. Also Tables for reducing the most common Gold Coins to Pounds and the Contrary: Being very useful in receiving and paying Monies. The fourteenth edition, with additions. Carefully calculated and examined from the press by Richard Hayes. To which is added a concise table, whereby to cast up salaries and wages specilily, and others of great Use in receiving and paying of Money
- Interest at one view, : calculated to a farthing: at 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 per cent. For 1000 L. to 1 L. for 1 Day to 96 Days; and for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 Months. With Rules and Examples to cast up Interest at any Rate, by the said Tables. Also a Concise Table, whereby to cast up Salaries and Wages speedily, and others of great Use in receiving and paying of Money. The second edition, with additions. Carefully calculated and examined from the press, by Richard Hayes, Accomptant and Writing-Master, in Prince's-Street near the Bank of England. To which is added, a curious table whereby standard gold and silver, in bars, is compared with the courses of exchange between Amsterdam and London
- Interest at one view, : calculated to a farthing: at £2 1/2, 3, 3 1/2, 4, 4 1/2, 5, 6, 7, and 8 per cent. For £ 1000 to £ 1 for 1 Day to 96 Days; and for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 Months. With Rules and Examples to can up Interest at any Rate, by the said Tables. With a curious Table, whereby Standard Gold and Silver in Bars, is compared with the Courses of Exchange between Amsterdam and London. Also Tables for reducing the most common Gold Coins to Pounds, and the Contrary: Being very useful in receiving and paying Monies. What Interest is made per Cent. per Annum of any Purchase: For the Valuation of Annuities: And for casting up Bank-Stock, Annuities, &c. The seventeenth edition with additions. Carefully calculated and examined from the Press by Richard Hayes. To which is added a concise table, whereby to cast up Salaries and Wages speedily, and others of great Use in receiving and paying of Money, &c
- Interest improved. : Shewing, from a small table, by a new, easy, and concise method, I. Rules for finding the number of days from one month to another, ... II. The interest for any sum, rate, and number of days; ... Making the whole useful for all academies, schools, merchants, brokers, clerks, and accomptants. By Charles Brent
- Interest tables on an improved plan. Shewing BY Inspection The Legal Interest on every Sum from 1l. to 1000l. and from 1000l. to 10,000l. for 1 Day to 30, 40 and 50 Days, and for 3, 6, 9 and 12 Months. Tables for 3, 3?, 4, 4?, 5, 5?, 6, 6?, 7, 7?, and 8 per Cent. per Annum, from 1l. to 10,000l. for 3, 6, 9, and 12 Months. A Table for 100l. at 3 per Cent. per Annum, from 1 Day to 365 Days, particularly useful to the Dealers in East-India Company's Bonds. A Table of Discount at 6? per Cent. the Allowance made by the East-India Company to the Purchasers of Goods at their Sales for Prompt-Payment: Calculated to the One Hundredth Part of a Penny, from One Penny to One Thousand Pounds. A Table for the Payment of Salaries or Wages. A Table shewing the Number of Days from any Day in one Month to the same Day in any other Month. By Robert Griffin
- Interest tables, : at Three, Three and a half, Four, Four and a half, and Five per Cent. By which The Interest of any Sum less than a Million, for any Time less than Eight Years, may be readily calculated. To which are added, Concise Methods for finding Interest, Commission and Brokerage, by the Pen
- New and correct tables of interest, calculated on an enlarged plan, and in the most exact manner. : From Đ1 to Đ1000 for 1 day to 100 days, and for 1 to 12 months, at 2, 21/2, 3, 31/2, 4, 41/2, and 5 per cent. Including rules and directions for casting-up interest at any rate, by the same tables. This is the only book of the kind which comprehends the interest at one view, of 11 to Đ20, in a regular and accurate manner. Containing also another valuable improvement, viz. Interest at 2 per cent. Together with tables of brokerage and for valuing annuities. By John Bettesworth, master of the Maritime School, Chelsea; and author of the Universal Reckoner, &c
- New tables of interest. : By John Payne, of the Bank of England
- Panarithmologia : being a mirror, breviate, treasure, mate, for merchants, bankers, tradesmen, mechanicks, and a sure guide for purchasers, sellers, or mortgagers of land, leases, annuities, rents, pensions, &c. in present possession or reversion : and a constant concomitant fitted for all mens occasions : in three parts : all performed by tables ready cast up ... : all which tables are made easie by variety of examples
- Panarithmologia : or, the trader's sure guide. Containing exact and useful tables, ready Cast up, Adapted to the Use of Merchants, Mercers, Bankers, Drapers, Goldsmiths, Grocers, Brewers, Weavers, and Haberdashers. And Those who Deal by Wholesale, or Retail. Also for Carpenters, Bricklayers, Joyners, Glaziers, Plaisterers, Plummers, Corn-Dealers, Painters, &c. &c. And All other Mechanicks: As, Likewise For all Purchasers of Houses or Lands: Shewing the Interest of Money, at 3, 3 and 1/2, 4, and 5 Pounds per Cent. - From One Shilling to 1000 Pounds: And from One Day to One Year. To which is Added, A Table of Commission, or Brokage, for 1/8, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 6/8, 3/4, 7/8 and 1 per Cent. With Tables Directing how to Buy and Sell by the Hundred: And to Cast up Expences by the Day, Week, Month, and Year. With a Calculation of Portugal Coin. Fifteenth edition. By William Leybourn
- Table for the payment of principal and interest of loans, : agreeable to the resolutions of Congress, on the twenty-eighth day of June, 1780
- Table for the payment of the second year's interest due on all sums loaned to the United States between the 28th of February, 1778, and the 28th of February, 1780
- Tables for renewing & purchasing of the leases of cathedral-churches and colleges according to several rates of interest : with their construction and use explained : also tables for renewing and purchasing of lives, with tables for purchasing the leases of land or houses according to several rates of interest .
- Tables for renewing and purchasing of leases. : As also for renewing and purchasing of lives. With other necessary tables for computing of interest, either simple or compound. By Gael Morris
- Tables for renewing and purchasing of the leases of cathedral-churches and colleges, : according to several rates of interest; with their construction and use explain'd. Also tables for renewing and purchasing of lives. With Tables for Purchasing the Leases of Land or Houses, according to several Rates of Interest: Very Necessary and Useful for all Purchasers, but especially those who are any way concerned in Church or College Leases. The fourth edition corrected. To which is added, Th value of church and college leases consider'd; and the Advantage of the Lessees made very apparent
- Tables of interest, at 3, 4, 4 1/2, and 5 per cent. From 1 to 365 days, in a regular progression of single days, An advantage not to be found in any other of the kind;-and Tables, at all the above rates, from 1 to 12 months, and from 1 to 10 years: Which, by directions given, answer for all other rates, from 1 to 10 per Cent. Also, Tables, shewing the Exchange on Bills, or Commission on Goods, from ? to 3 per Cent. To the whole is prefixed, A Table, shewing the Exchange allowed by the purchaser of a bill payable at a certain number of days or months. By John Thomson, Accomptant in Edinburgh
- Tables of interest, at three and a half, four, four and a half, five, five and a half, and at six per cent. per ann. : Together with two tables, for finding the number of weeks between any two days, in a year, consisting of 365 days. To all which is prefixed, the new table of coin. The whole calculated in manuscript, and corrected at the press, By John Watson, Bookseller
- Tables of interest, discount, annuities, &c. : By John Smart, of Guildhall London, Gent
- Tables of interest, discount, annuities, &c. : first published in the year 1724, by John Smart, and now revised, enlarged, and improved, by Charles Brand. To which is added an appendix, containing some observations on the general probability of life
- Tabulæ foeneratoriæ, or, Tables for the forbearance and discompt of money : whereby the interest of all sums from 10000 {u00BE}. to one shilling, from one day to 365, is exactly calculated to the thousandth part of a penny : with the rebate of all sums from a month
- The Federal or new ready reckoner, and traders useful assistant; in buying and selling all sorts of commodities, either wholesale or retail adapted to the federal money; : shewing at one view the amount or value of any number of quantity of goods or merchandise, from half a cent to one dollar and upwards either by weight or measure, together with interest tables &c. in so plain and easy a manner that persons quite unacquainted with arithmetic, may hereby ascertain the value in federal money, of any quantity of goods in weight or measure, at any price whatever
- The Federal ready reckoner; or Trader's valuable guide, in purchasing and selling all kinds of articles, by wholesale and retail. : Calculated in the federal currency. : Shewing, at one view, the amount of any number or quantity of articles, goods, &c. from one mill, or the tenth part of a cent, to two dollars, in dollars, cents and mills. : To which are added, I. A table, shewing the value of any number of cents, from one to one hundred in shillings, pence and farthings. II. A table, shewing, at one view, the value of foreign gold, from one grain to twenty pennyweights, in dollars and cents, and in pounds, shillings and pence. III. A table of interest, at six per cent. calculated in the federal currency, and in pounds, shillings, &c. for any term of time, from one month to twelve months, and for any sum, from one dollar to ten thousand
- The Federal ready reckoner; or Trader's valuable guide, in purchasing and selling all kinds of articles, by wholesale and retail. : Calculated in the federal currency. Shewing, at one view, the amount of any number or quantity of articles, goods, &c. from one mill, or the tenth part of a cent, to two dollars, in dollars, cents and mills. To which are added, I. A table, shewing the value of any number of cents, from one to one hundred in shillings, pence and farthings. II. A table, shewing, at one view, the value of foreign gold, from one grain to twenty pennyweights, in dollars and cents, and in pounds, shillings and pence. III. A table of interest, at six per cent. calculated in the federal currency, and in pounds, shillings, &c. for any term of time, from one month to twelve months, and for any sum, from one dollar to ten thousand
- The Ohio officer's guide, and clerk's companion
- The banker's sure guide : or, monied man's assistant. In three parts, ... To which is prefixed, by way of introduction, a new and comprehensive treatise on decimals: ... The third edition, enlarged and corrected. By S. Thomas,
- The banker's sure guide : or, monied man's assistant. In three parts, viz. I. Tables of Interest for any Sum, at the current Prices of 2, 2 1/2, 3, 3 1/2, 4, 4 1/2, and 5 per cent. from 1 to 90 and 300 days; and from 1 Month to a Year, at 4ơ, 4 1/2, 4D̂sl, and 5 per Cent. II. Sundry Tables, shewing the Value of Annuities certain, and Annuities on Lives, founded on the most rational Probabilities; how to find the Value of two or more Lives, joint Lives, Reversions, Advowsons, Presentations, &c. in the most approved Methods now in use. III. A large and accurate Table of Commission or Brokerage, from 1/2 to 2? per Cent. rising progressively only 1/2 per Cent. at a Time. - Also, of 8, 9, 10, and 11 per Cent. which together may be readily applied to Exchanges to Ireland. To which is prefixed, by way of introduction, a new and comprehensive treatise on decimals: A concise new Method of equating the Stocks to one another, and how to calculate what Interest is made of the Money laid out in any of them; how to find the Value of Stock, &c. The third edition, enlarged and corrected. By S. Thomas, Author of the British Negociator, or Foreign Exchanges made easy
- The banker's sure guide : or, monied man's assistant. In three parts, viz. I. Tables of Interest for any Sum, at the current Prices of 2, 2?, 3, 3?, 4, 4?, and 5 p. Cent. from 1 to 90 and 300 Days; and from 1 Month to a Year, at 2, 2?, 3, 3?, 4, 4 & 1-6th (or 10d. in the Pound) 4?, 4?, 4?, and 5 per Cent. II. Sundry Tables shewing the Value of Annuities certain, and Annuities on Lives, founded on the most rational Probabilities; how to find the Value of two or more Lives, joint Lives, Reversions, Presentations, &c. Also Tables for joint Lives, and the longer of two or three Lives. III. A large and accurate Table of Commission or Brokerage, from ? to 3 per Cent. rising progressively only ? per Cent. at a Time. - Also, of 4, 5, 6, & of 9 to 20 per Cent. which together may be readily applied to Exchanges to Ireland. To which is prefixed, by Way of Introduction, A New and comprehensive Treatise on Decimals: A concise new Method of equating the Stocks to one another, and how to calculate what Interest is made of the Money laid out in any of them; how to find the Value of Stock, &c. The fourth edition, enlarged and corrected. By S. Thomas, Author of the British Negociator, or Foreign Exchanges made easy
- The banker's sure guide : or, monied man's assistant. In three parts, viz. I. Tables of Interest for any Sum, at the current Prices of 2, 2?, 3, 3?, 4, 4?, and 5 p. Cent. from 1 to 90 and 300 Days; and from 1 Month to a Year, at 2, 2?, 3, 3?, 4, 4 and 1-6th (or 10d. in the Pound) 4?, 4?, 4?, and 5 per Cent. II. Sundry Tables shewing the Value of Annuities certain, and Annuities on Lives, founded on the most rational Probabilities; how to find the Value of two or more Lives, joint Lives, Reversions, Presentations, &c. Also Tables for joint Lives, and the longer of two or three Lives. III. A large and accurate Table of Commission or Brokerage, from ? to 3 per Cent rising progressively only ? per Cent. at a Time. - Also of 4, 5, 6, and of 9 to 20 per Cent. which together may be readily applied to Exchanges to Ireland. To which is prefixed, by way of introduction, a new and comprehensive treatise on decimals: A concise, new Method of equating the Stocks to one another, and how to calculate what Interest is made of the Money laid out in any of them; how to find the Value of Stock, &c. The fifth edition, enlarged and corrected. By S. Thomas, Author of the British Negociator, or Foreign Exchanges made easy
- The banker's sure guide : or, monied man's assistant. In three parts, viz. I. Tables of interest for any Sum, at the current Prices of 2, 21/2, 3, 31/2, 4, 41/2, and 5 per Cent. from 1 to 90 and 300 Days, and from 1 Month to a Year. II. Sundry tables. shewing the Value of Annuities certain, and Annuities on Lives, founded on the most rational Probabilities; how to find the Value of two or more Lives, joint Lives, Reversions, Advowsons, Presentations, &c. in the most approved Methods now in Use. III. A large and accurate table of commission or Brokerage, from 1/8 to 27/3 per Cent. rising progressively only 1/8 per Cent. at a Time. - Also, of 8, 9, 10, and 11 per Cent which together may be readily applied to Exchanges to Ireland. To which is prefixed, by way of introduction, a new and comprehensive treatise on decimals; How to calculate the Interest of Money in the Public Funds, the Value of Stock, &c. The second edition, carefully corrected. By S. Thomas, Author of the British Negociator, or Foreign Exchanges made easy
- The broker's breviat, : whereby to cast up stocks, bonds, annuities, any number of shares, and lottery-tickets, Premiums, Brokerage, Commissions, Discounts, &c. with Dispatch. Also An Annuity upon any single Life is valued, &c. The Profits made by Money laid out on any of the above Securities are there shewn at Sight. To which are added, Some curious Tables, shewing the Interest due upon Bonds for any Number of Months and Days, at 3, 3 1/2, and 4 per Cent. By R. Hayes, Author of Interest at One View
- The complete annuitant : consisting of tables of interest, simple and compound. Being the most complete, extensive, and useful Set hitherto published; constructed on a new and familiar Plan, viz. I. An Universal Table of Simple Interest, shewing the Interest of any Sum of Money from £90.000.000 to 1 Penny, and from 1 to 365 Days absolute, &c. II. Tables of Compound Interest, at £3, 4 and 5 per Cent. per Ann. shewing the Amount and present worth of any Sum, likewise the Amount and present worth of any Yearly Sum, Rent, Annuity or Pension, at the same Rates of Interest, from 1 Year to 100 Years; with their Application in Reversions, and renewing and purchasing of Leases. III. A Table of Reversions. IV. A Table of Annuities, shewing how many Years purchase any Annuity or Lease of any Land or House is worth, and likewise for the Renewing of any Number of Years lapsed in any Lease for any Term of Years. V. A Table shewing the Value of any Estate in Fee Simple, with Tables of Fines for renewing College Leases, &c. VI. Tables for the Valuation of Life Annuities, at £ 3, 3 1/2, 4, 5 and 6 per Cent. with their Logarithmical and Arithmetical Application in solving several curious Problems. Vii. A new Set of Tables contrived for Quarterly and Half Yearly Payments, adapted to the above Tables, &c. By Benjamin Webb, Writing Master and Accountant, and Master of the Free Grammar School belonging to the Worshipful Company of Haberdashers in Bunhill-Row; and Author of the Tables for Buying and Selling Stocks
- The doctrine of interest, both simple & compound : explained in a more exact and satisfactory method then [sic] has hitherto been published : discovering the errors of the ordinary tables of rebate for annuities at simple interest, and containing tables for the interest and rebate of money for days, months, and years, both at simple and compound interest, also tables for the forbearance, discomps, and purchase of annulites : as likewise, equation of payments made practicable and useful for all merchants and others : together with divers other useful reflections
- The merchant's magazine; or Factor's guide. : Containing, great variety of plain and easy tables for the speedy casting up of all sorts of merchandize, sold either by number, weight, or measure; and for reducing sterling money into currency at sundry rates; with tables of interest and rebate, and of the value of gold and silver in Virginia: also tables shewing the amount of any quantity of goods at almost any per cent. advance on the prime cost, and for finding the nett duties on tobacco from one pound to fifty thousand pounds. : To which is added, some tables of per cents. on transfer notes, the whole applied throughout to trade and merchandize.
- The merchant's magazine; or Factor's guide. : Containing, great variety of plain and easy tables for the speedy casting up of all sorts of merchandize, sold either by number, weight, or measure; and for reducing sterling money into currency at sundry rates; with tables of interest and rebate, and of the value of gold and silver in Virginia: also tables shewing the amount of any quantity of goods at almost any per cent. advance on the prime cost, and for finding the nett duties on tobacco from one pound to fifty thousand pounds. To which is added, some tables of per cents. on transfer notes, the whole applied throughout to trade and merchandize. By Robert Biscoe, of Lancaster County
- The ready reckoner : or Trader's most useful assistant, in buying and selling all sorts of commodities either wholesale or retail. Shewing at one view the amount or value of any number or quantity of goods or merchandise from one farthing to twenty shillings, either by th long or short hundred, half hundred or quarter, pound or ounce, ell or yard, &c. &c. In so plain and easy a manner, that persons quite unacquainted with arithmetic may hereby ascertain the value of any number of hundreds, pounds, ounces, ells or yards, &c. at any price whatever: and to the most ready in figures, it will be equally useful by saving much time in casting up what is here correctly done to their hand. By Daniel Fenning,[.]
- The ready reckoner : or Trader's useful assistant, in buying and selling all sorts of commodities either wholesale or retail. Shewing at one view the amount or value of any number or quantity of goods or merchandise from half a farthing to twenty shilling, either by the long or short hundred, half hundred or quarter, pound or ounce, ell or yard, &c. &c. In so plain and easy a manner, that persons quite unacquainted with arithmetic may hereby ascertain the value or any number of hundreds, pounds, ounces, ells or yards, &c. at any price whatever: and to the most ready in figures, it will be equally useful by saving much time in casting up what is here correctly done to their hand. To which is added, a table of simple and compound interest. By Daniel Fenning,[.]
- The ready reckoner or Trader's sure guide, adapted to the use of all who deal by wholesale or retail, : exhibiting, at one view, the amount or value of any number or quantity of goods or merchandize, from one up to ten thousand, at the various prices from one farthing to one pound. : To which are prefixed, I. A table of interest, at six per cent. II. A table of the weight and value of coins, as they pass in the respective states of the union, with their sterling and federal value. III. A table shewing the value of continental money, as fixed by an act of the general assemblies of Pennsylvania and Maryland. IV. Tables, of the amount of expences, &c. by the day, week, month, and year. V. A table shewing the amount of cents, &c
- The ready reckoner or, Trader's useful assistant, in buying and selling all sorts of commodities. Either wholesale or retail. : Shewing at one view, the amount or value of any number or quantity of goods or merchandise, from one up to ten thousand, at the various prices, from a farthing to 20s. either by the hundred, half hundred or quarter, pound or ounce, ell or yard, &c. &c.--In so plain and easy a manner, that a person unacquainted with arithmetick, may hereby ascertain the value of any number of hundreds, pounds, ounces, ells or yards, &c. at any price whatever.--To the most ready in figures it will be equally useful, by casting up what is here correctly done to their hand. : To which is added sundry useful tables.
- The ready reckoner, : or, The trader's useful assistant, in buying and selling all sorts of commodities, either wholesale or retail. Shewing, at one view, the amount or value of any number or quantity of goods or merchandise, from half a farthing to 20s. either by the long or short hundred, half hundred, or quarter, pound or ounce, ell or yard, &c. &c.--In so plain and easy a manner, that a person, quite unacquainted with arithmetick, may hereby ascertain the value of any number of hundreds, pounds, ounces, ells or yards, &c. at any price whatever.--To the most read in figures it will be equally useful, by casting up what is here correctly done to their hand. To which is added, a table of simple and compound interest. By Daniel Fenning
- The ready reckoner, : or, Trader's useful assistant, adapted to the use of all who deal by wholesale or retail. Exhibiting at one view, the amount or value of any number or quantity of goods or merchandize, from one up to ten thousand, at the various prices from 1 farthing to 1 pound. To which are prefixed, I. A table of interest at six per cent. II. A table of the weight & value of coins, as they pass in the respective states of the Union, with their sterling and federal value. III. A table shewing the amount of cents, &c
- The ready reckoner, or The trader's sure guide, adapted to the use of all who deal by wholesale or retail: : exhibiting at one view, the amount or value of any number of goods or merchandize, from 1 up to 10,000, at the various prices, from 1 farthing to 1 pound. To which are prefixed, tables of interest at 5,6, and 7 per cent. A table shewing the weight and value of gold and silver, as they now pass in Pennsylvania and New-York. : Also a table shewing the value of continental money, as fixed by an act of the general assemblies of Pennsylvania and Maryland
- The ready reckoner, or, The trader's useful assistant, in buying and selling all sorts of commodities, either wholesale or retail. : Shewing, at one view, the amount or value of any number or quantity of goods or merchandise, from half a farthing to 20s. either by the long or short hundred, half hundred, or quarter, pound or ounce, ell or yard, &c. &c.--In so plain and easy a manner, that a person, quite unacquainted with arithmetick, may hereby ascertain the value of any number of hundreds, pounds, ounces, ells or yards, &c. at any price whatever.--To the most ready in figures it will be equally useful, by casting up what is here correctly done to their hand. : To which is added, a table of simple and compound interest.
- The ready reckoner, or, Trader's useful assistant, adapted to the use of all who deal by wholesale or retail. : Exhibiting at one view, the amount or value of any number or quantity of goods or merchandize, from one up to ten thousand, at the various prices from 1 farthing to 1 pound. : To which are prefixed, I. A table of interest at six per cent. II. A table of the weight & value of coins, as they pass in the respective states of the Union, with their sterling and federal value. III. A table shewing the amount of cents, &c
- The ready reckoner, or, Trader's useful assistant, adapted to the use of all who deal by wholesale or retail; : exhibiting at one view, the amount or value of any number or quantity of goods or merchandize, from one up to ten thousand. At the various prices from 1 farthing to 1 pound. : To which are prefixed, I. A table of interest, at six per cent. II. A table of the weight and value of coins, as they pass in the respective states of the Union, with their sterling and federal value. III. A table shewing the amount of cents, &c
- The ready reckoner: or Trader's useful assistant, in buying and selling all sorts of commodities, either wholesale or retail. : Shewing at one view the amount or value of any number or quantity of goods or merchandize, from half a farthing to twenty shillings, either by the long or short hundred, half hundred or quarter, pound or ounce, ell or yard, &c. &c. In so plain and easy a manner, that persons quite unacquainted with arithmetick may hereby ascertain the value of any number of hundreds, pounds, ounces, ells or yards, &c. at any price whatever: and to the most ready in figures, it will be equally useful, by saving much time in casting up what is here correctly done to their hand. : To which is added, a table of simple and compound interest.
- The ready reckoner; or Trader's most useful assistant, in buying and selling all sorts of commodities either wholesale or retail. : Shewing at one view the amount or value of any number or quantity of goods or merchandise from one farthing to twenty shillings, either by the long or short hundred, half hundred or quarter, pound or ounce, ell or yard, &c. &c. In so plain and easy a manner, that persons quite unacquainted with arithmetic may hereby ascertain the value of any number of hundreds, pounds, ounces, ells or yards, &c. at any price whatever: and to the most ready in figures, it will be equally useful by saving much time in casting up what is here correctly done to their hand.
- The ready reckoner; or Trader's useful assistant, in buying and selling all sorts of commodities either wholesale or retail. : Shewing at one view the amount or value of any number or quantity of goods or merchandise from half a farthing to twenty shilling, either by the long or short hundred, half hundred or quarter, pound or ounce, ell or yard, &c. &c. In so plain and easy a manner, that persons quite unacquainted with arithmetic may hereby ascertain the value or any number of hundreds, pounds, ounces, ells or yards, &c. at any price whatever: and to the most ready in figures, it will be equally useful by saving much time in casting up what is here correctly done to their hand. : To which is added, a table of simple and compound interest.
- The ready reckoner; or Trader's useful assistant, in buying and selling all sorts of commodities either wholesale or retail. : Shewing at one view the amount or value of any number or quantity of goods or merchandise from half a farthing to twenty shillings, either by the long or short hundred, half hundred or quarter, pound or ounce, ell or yard, &c. &c. In so plain and easy a manner, that persons quite unacquainted with arithmetic may hereby ascertain the value of any number of hundreds, pounds, ounces, ells or yards, &c. at any price whatever: and to the most ready in figures, it will be equally useful, by saving much time in casting up what is here correctly done to their hand. : To which is added, a table of simple and compound interest.

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