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NEGOCIA TOR's

M A G A Z IN E:

OR THE

Molt Authentic ACCOUNT yet published,

OF THE

Monies, Weights, and MEASURES,

OF THE

Principal Places of Trade in the known WORLD.

ALSO

An Account of the European Exchanges in general,

the Laws and Customs of Bills of Exchange,
Promiffory Notes, &c. with the Method of com-
puting Exchanges; also the Nature and Use of
Simple and Compound Arbitrations.

To which are added,
Curious Calculations of great Use in the Wes-Indian and

American Trades, and Tables fhewing the intrinfick Value
of any foreign Gold or Silver Coin. All of great Use to
Merchants and Traders ; and entirely necessary to those
who would understand Merchants Accounts.

By RICH A R D H A Y ES.

THE ELEVENTH EDITION,
Revised, Methodized, and Improved with the Addition of several

new and useful Tables;
By BENJAMIN WEBB,
Writing Master and Accountant, and Master of the Grammas

School belonging to the Worshipful Company of Haberdashers
in Bunbill- Row; Author of the Tables for buying and selling
Stocks, and of the Complete Annuitant.

LONDON:
Printed for G. Keith, in Gracechurch-Street;
Wi Domville, and Mestrs. RICHARDSON and URQUHART',

nder the Royal Exchange.

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Sir JOSEPH HANKE Y, Knt.

ALDERMAN of the City of LONDON.

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SIR,
HIS Work having been originally

dedicated to you by its Author the late Mr. Richard Hayes, and being now methodized, augmented, and improved by me, I thought I could do no less than inscribe this new Edition of it to you, as

I may venture to lay equal Claim with him to your Patronage and Protection. For as he had the Honour to instruct you in Penmanship and Accounts, so I had the same in being entrusted by you with the Education of one of your Sons in those important Branches of Literature, so essential to form the Man of Business.

And the many Editions this Book has gone thrcugh under your Sanction, and being fully convinced of your great Abilities to form a right Judgment of a Work of this Nature, induced me to flatter

myself,

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