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journal

or

day book

a book of original entry in which information from documents and vouchers such as invoices and cheque stubs is entered, prior to entering or ‘posting’ this information to DOUBLE-ENTRY ACCOUNTS in the LEDGER. For example, the sales day book records invoices issued to customers in order of date and invoice number; these are then entered in the personal account of each customer in the sales ledger. Likewise the purchases day book records invoices received from suppliers in order of date; and these details are then posted or entered in the personal account of each supplier in the purchases ledger.
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[19] CERTAIN influential expressions of opinion have attracted much curiosity to Amiel's Journal Intime, both in France, where the book has already made its mark, and in England, where Mrs.
I have collected a great deal of information, for which I refer you to my journal. I assure you my journal is going to be a splendid thing.
In a word, without going over all the journals in the world, there was not a scientific publication, from the Journal of Evangelical Missions to the Revue Algerienne et Coloniale, from the Annales de la Propagation de la Foi to the Church Missionary Intelligencer, that had not something to say about the affair in all its phases.
The reading-matter in my copy of the Munich journal consists of a total of 1,654 words --for I counted them.
Not keep a journal! How are your absent cousins to understand the tenour of your life in Bath without one?
The affair ended in our going to the State capital, where my father found work as a reporter of legislative proceedings for one of the daily journals, and I was taken into the office as a compositor.
Jones had drunk a glass of toddy, he brought forth from its secret place his proper journal, and, seating himself by the table, he prepared to transfer the contents of the slate to the paper, at the same time that he appeased his curiosity.
That awful journal gets hold of my imagination and tinges everything with something of its own color.
After replacing the journal and the correspondence in the case, the one paper left on the table was a letter.
Among the herd of journals which are published in the States, there are some, the reader scarcely need be told, of character and credit.
"I have been bitten by the editor of a partisan journal," was the reply, accompanied by the ominous death-rattle.
Objection That The Number of Members Will Not Be Augmented as the Progress of Population Demands Considered For the Independent Journal Wednesday, February 20, 1788