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MONTEAGE, Stephen (1623?--1687)
[Debtor and creditor made easie. 1708]
Debtor and creditor made easy: or, a short instruction for the attaining the right use of accompts, after the best method used by merchants fitted to the trades, or ways of dealing, in these several capacities: viz. the youth, or young scholar, the husband-man, or farmer, the country-gentleman, the retailing shop-keeper, the handicrafts-man, the merchant. The fourth edition, corrected and amended. To which is added, Instructions for rent-gatherers, &c. By Stephen Monteage.
London: printed by T.W. for Benj. Billingsley, 1708.
[88], [3], 41, 41, [3], 35, [1], 32, [2] p., engr. frontis. port.; 21.0 cm. (8º)

Originally published by Benjamin Billingsley in 1675. With an additional title-page (signature pi2) omitting statement of edition. Leaf L4 is blank. 'Leidger: No. A. MDCLXXV.' has a divisional title page (M1r), and duplicate pagination on facing pages beginning on M2v. Includes 'Advice To The Women and Maidens Of London' with separate pagination, and 'Instructions For Rent-Gatherers Accompts, &c., Made easie. ...' with a special title-page and separate pagination. Register is continuous throughout. Portrait frontispiece dated 1675. ESTC n3450.

Binding C18th Cambridge-style blind-panelled sheep, without spine-label or lettering.

Reference Number 497


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