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PART I.-HISTORY OF ACCOUNTING
I. NUMERATION. By JOHN S. MACKAY, LLD.
II. ANCIENT SYSTEMS OF ACCOUNTING. By
EDWARD BOYD, C.A.
III. EARLY FORMS OF ACCOUNTS. By EDWARD
BoYD, C.A.
IV. HISTORY OF AUDITING. By EDWARD BOYD, C.A.
V. HISTORY OF BOOK-KEEPING. By J. Row
Fooo, C.A.
VI. HISTORY OF BOOK-KEEPING (Coniinud). By
J. Row Fooo, C.A.

PART II.--HISTORY OF ACCOUNTANTS
I. EARLY ITALIAN ACCOUNTANTS. By EDWARD
Bovo, C.A.
II. SCOTLAND BEFORE THE CHARTERS. By
the EDITOR, incorporating Notes by ALsXANDEa
SLAN, C.A.
III. SCOTTISH CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS. By
the EDITrro, incorporating Notes by AuXANDER
SLAN, CA.
IV. ENGLAND AND IRELAND. By the EDITOR,
incorporating Notes by T. A. ONIONs and JAMx
MARTIN, F.S.A.A.
V. THE BRITISH COLONIES, ETC. By the EDrroa.
VI. THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. By the
EDITOR.
VII. THE CONTINENT OF EUROPE. By the EDITOR.
VIII. OTHER FOREIGN COUNTRIES. By the EDITOR.
IX. DEVELOPMENT OF THE PROFESSION. By
JOSEPH PATRICK, M.A., C.A.
X. THE POSITION AND PROSPECT. By the EDrroR.
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF BOOK-KEEPING. Com-
piled by the EDITOR.
LISTS OF DECEASED SCOTTISH ACCOUNT-
ANTS. Compiled by the EDvIrr and ALEXANDER
SLOAW, C.A.



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Accounting History, Accountants History