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The negociator’s magazine: Or, The most authentick account yet published of the monies, weights, and measures, of the principal places of trade in the world. Also an account of the European exchanges in general; the customs of merchants relating thereto; and rules and examples to cast them up by; with the nature and use of simple and compound arbitrations; and an history of the English gold and silver coins, for near 500 years past. To which are added, curious calculations of great use in the West-India, Carolina, and New-England trades, and tables shewing the intrinsick value of any foreign gold or silver coin. All of great use of merchants and traders; and entirely necessary to those who would understand merchants accompts. The sixth edition, with many alternations, and great additions. By Richard Hayes, teacher of merchants accompts; late of Princes-street near the Bank of England, now of Queen-street near Cheapside.
London: Printed for John Noon, at the White Hart, near Mercers Chapel in Cheapside, 1740.
NoteESTC lists two editions (the fifth and the sixth) published in 1740. NYSL 17th and 18th century catalogs do not specify the edition held.
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|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Charles David Goold||1/12/1800||1/14/1800||Hay's Neg. Mag|