The American Instructor, Or, Young Man's Best Companion: Containing Spelling, Reading, Writing and Arithmetick, in an Easier Way Than Any Yet Published, and how to Qualify Any Person for Business, Without the Help of a Master. Instructions to Write Variety of Hands, with Copies Both in Prose and Verse ... Also Merchants Accompts ... with a Description of the Several American Colonies. Together with the Carpenter's Plain and Exact Rule, Shewing how to Measure Carpenters, Joyners, Sawyers, Bricklayers, Plaisterers, Plumbers, Masons, Glasiers and Painters Work ... Likewise the Practical Gauger Made Easy, the Art of Dialling, and how to Erect and Fix Any Dial, with Instructions for Dying, Colouring, and Making Colours. To which is Added, The Poor Planter's Physician. With Instructions for Marking on Linnen, how to Pickle and Preserve, to Make Divers Sorts of Wine and Many Excellent Plaisters and Medicines, Necessary in All Families. And Also, Prudent Advice to Young Tradesmen and Dealers. The Whole Better Adapted to These American Colonies, Than Any Other Book of the Like Kind

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B. Franklin and D. Hall, 1758 - Business mathematics - 384 pages
 

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