4 edition of Chapters in the history of bookkeeping, accountancy & commercial arithmetic found in the catalog.
Chapters in the history of bookkeeping, accountancy & commercial arithmetic
by Martino Pub. in Mansfield, CT
Originally published: Glasgow : Jackson Wiley & Co., 1930.
|Statement||by David Murray.|
|LC Classifications||HF5605 .M8 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2004063138|
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Bookkeeping is not a recently developed practice by the human race. Records indicate that bookkeeping was in existence as early as 6, BC. Historical artefacts show that nearly every ancient civilisation.
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David Murray ( – 2 October ) was a Scottish lawyer, antiquarian and bibliophile. A successful solicitor in Glasgow for over 60 years, he wrote widely on the law, and also on archaeology.
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THE SCOTTISH ENLIGHTENMENT AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF ACCOUNTING. In Mair became Rector of the school and First Master and teacher of Arithmetic, Book-keeping and other. The scratch method began to be displaced in the mid-seventeenth century, but lingered on for another century; Murray, David, Chapters in the History of Bookkeeping, Accountancy and Cited by: Bookkeeping, the recording of the money values of the transactions of a eping provides the information from which accounts are prepared but is a distinct process, preliminary to accounting.
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