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Richard Hayes

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.
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ESTC 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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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. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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Charles David Goold1/12/18001/14/1800Hay's Neg. Mag
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