Michelle Chang, senior consultant of Ares, used various cases and scenarios to explain how to maintain enterprise account books
of fixed asset tax through Oracle EBS, and provide latest and most accurate data when enterprises encounter cash flow settlement needs.
Index and pages 23 & 24 from the account book
of landscape gardener Lancelot "Capability" Brown, detailing work undertaken by Brown between 1759 and 1788
This information unexpectedly gives a name for the author of the 1759-60 account book
at the Folger Library.
All the records of tax-farming incomes in the main account book
were compiled from the more detailed tax-farm registers (defter-i mukata'at).
This new publication on the account book
is extremely comprehensive--with a thirty-page introduction, a full transcription of the account book
(with the original Dutch text in black and an English translation in red), detailed annotations, a catalogue of the two hundred and forty-seven recorded Van Gogh works accompanied by thumbnail illustrations, and an index of names.
More than 500 years after the court's decision was made, Professor von Stromer was able to demonstrate that the Imhofs must have had an account book
Drury Lane's 1771-72 account book
lists three different glaziers and glass-men: Mr King, Mr Stafford, and Lowe & Company, each of whom may have specialized in different services or types of glass (Drury Lane Theatre Journals 1771-72 ff.
Using mainly the account book
of Charles Tisdall as a source, Rogan details the life of a young English landlord in Ireland's County Meath from age 21 to age 32 during the middle of the 18th century.
* The Memoriale was an account book
that was part of the double entry system, with annotations connecting it to entries made to the relevant accounts within the other books of that accounting system.
Namier-like, Aylmer is apt to leave the scaffolding standing against his building, letting us know that there is an account book
in the National Library of Scotland worth following up, or that the Post Office archive is illuminating on Roger Whitley's modus operandi as deputy Postmaster General in the 1670s, albeit that one account book
is now too fragile to be consulted, or laying before us information on four William Morgans, any one of whom might have been Clerk of the Stables.
There are moments when the reader may quiver a little, as when Hoffman decides to base his estimates of factor and product shares in the whole of the Paris Basin--the fifteenth to the eighteenth centuries inclusive--on a rare account book
discovered on a farm 150 kilometers north of Paris for the year 1765.