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COMPLEAT TRADESMAN ...
The compleat tradesman: or, the exact dealers daily companion. Instructing him throughly in all things absolutely necessary to be known by all those who would thrive in the world; and in the whole art and mystery of trade and traffick; and will be of constant use for all merchants, whole-sale-men, shop-keepers, retailers, young tradesmen, countrey-chapmen, industrious yeomen, traders in petty villages; and all farmers, and others that go to countrey fairs and markets; and for all men whatsoever; that be of any trade, or have any considerable dealings in the world. Composed by N.H., merchant in the city of London. The second edition with large additions.
London: printed for John Dunton, 1684.
[4], 180, [8] p. : tables ; 13.8 cm. (12º)

The identity of 'N.H.' is not known. The first and third editions also appeared in 1684. A later edition published under title The Exact Dealer's Daily Companion. Includes index and tables. On the title-page the words 'for all' are connected by a left bracket to the words 'merchants, ... and all farmers, ...'. Advertisements of books printed for John Dunton on final page. Numerous errors in pagination in sig. F. Wing H97; ESTC r42683.

Copy Notes Inscribed in ink on verso of front free-endpaper George Wyatt his book / Sept. ye 16 1704. Year dates and some mathematical inscriptions in ink on the recto, partly overwriting earlier inscriptions Amen/ Amen/ Michael/ Alb[-?]s.

Binding C17th sheep, blind double-ruled borders and spine, no spine-label. Alum-tawed sewing supports.

Reference Number 1053


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