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by Mahan, Jason M

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Printed for the Author by Samuel Kling, Harrisburg: ., 1835. 304 p. Pages 9 & 10 and 183 & 184 torn without loss. Foxed. Early manuscript ownership of Rudolph Wissler bought in the year 1836, price 75 cents. 16mo. 175 mm. Original full leather binding. Corners worn with loss. Original leather spine label. Title continues: 'Comprising Every Thing Necessary In Arithmetic Book Keeping, Conveyancing, Mensuration, And Guaging, To Form And Complete The Man Of Business. The Whole Upon An Improved Plan. Not Only Adapted To Private Instruction, But Also To The Use Of Schools'. Hardbound. Good. Rudolph Wissler was probably from Lancaster PA. PAIMP10. Hardcover.



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