The Merchant's Magazine: Or Trades Man's Treasury ...

J.H., 1712 - 270 sider

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Side 256 - ... from the beginning of the world to the day of the date of these presents.
Side 123 - ... the giving a sum of money in one place for a bill, ordering the payment of it in another place.
Side 263 - I will truly and faithfully Execute and Perform the Office and Employment of a Broker between Party and Party...
Side 233 - Notice is usually given upon the exchange in writing, and elsewhere, when the sale is to begin, 'igainst which time the goods are divided into several parcels, called lots, and papers printed of the quantity of each, and of the conditions of sale, as that none shall bid less than a certain sum more than another had bid before. During the time of the bidding a small piece, about an inch, of wax candle is burning ; and the last bidder, when the candle goes out, has the lot or parcel exposed to sale....
Side 39 - Division is the process of finding how many times one number is contained in another. The Dividend is the number divided. The Divisor is the number by which the dividend is divided. The Quotient is the number of times the divisor is contained in the dividend.
Side 255 - ... action, suits, bills, bonds, writings obligatory, 'debts, dues, duties, accounts, sum and sums of money, judgments, executions, extents, quarrels, controversies, trespasses, damages, and demands whatsoever, both in law or; equity...
Side 250 - Shipped, by the grace of God, in good order and
Side 3 - ... be regarded as a unit of the 4th order. Proceeding in this way, we may place as many figures in a row as we please. When so placed, we conclude : 1st. That the same figure has different values according to the place which it occupies. 2d. That counting from the right hand towards the left, the first...
Side 223 - Confederation of the like Value paid the Drawer in another place. Bill of Lading.'] An Inftrument figned by the Mafter of a Ship, acknowledging the receipt of the Merchant's Goods, and obliging himfelf to deliver the lame in good Condition, at the place to which they are configned j of which there are ufually 3.
Side 263 - B. the elder, his heirs, executors, or adminiftrators, do and fhall well and truly pay, or caufe to be paid unto the faid GC his executors, adminiftrators, or affigns, the faid fum of , of &c.

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