The scholar's arithmetic: or, Federal accountant ... (Google eBook)

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Printed by and for John Prentiss.Proprietor of the copyrightAnd sold at his bookstore, wholesale and retail. Sold also by the principal booksellers in New-England, and at the Rensselaer bookstore, Troy, N.Y., 1808 - Arithmetic - 216 pages
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