In the left hand column of the daybook, we observe a slash [/] recorded when entries were posted to the account book
The last surviving account book
reflects the vast change that had taken place in Scott's life since 1806/7.
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.
The introductory portion of the main account book
provided basic information about the waqf and the accounting period covered.
The account book
also records family expenditure, including the funeral expenses of Vincent.
In addition, Golvers provides seven chapters of commentaries, in almost 400 pages, based primarily on the account book
An adequate accounting is an account book
or similar record the taxpayer submits to the employer with supporting evidence.
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
For the purposes of this essay, I will be drawing upon a selection of account books
from the two patent theatres covering the 1740s through to the 1770s, as well as a smaller internal account book
from Drury Lane's wardrobe department from 1803.
We also know for sure the exact day that he made his first sales, that was 1st September 1729, because he opened his account book
in which he wrote in a wonderful copperplate hand, 'In the name of God and the Virgin Mary shall this book be commenced'.