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Author: Penkethman, John.
Title: A plaine and perfect tvvo-fold table readily shewing the interest of monyes, after the rate of 10 or 8 l. for thevse [sic] of 100 l. for a yeere most necessary aswell [sic] for the borrower as the lender.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A plaine and perfect tvvo-fold table readily shewing the interest of monyes, after the rate of 10 or 8 l. for thevse [sic] of 100 l. for a yeere most necessary aswell [sic] for the borrower as the lender.
Penkethman, John.

Printed at London: By G.P., to be sold at the Scriueners Shop in Cliffords Inne Lane, [1624]
Notes:
Attributed to John Penkethman by STC (2nd ed.).
Date of publication from STC (2nd ed.).
"Which Table you may diuide by the three long Rule-Lines, in three parts, and insert yeerely in your Almanack ..."
Reproduction of original in: Society of Antiquaries.
Subject terms:
Interest -- England -- Tables.
Interest -- Tables -- Early works to 1800.
Broadsides -- London (England) -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A09288.0001.001

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A PLAINE AND PERFECT TVVO-FOLD TABLE: Readily shewing the Interest of Monyes, after the Rate of 10. or 8. l. for the vse of 100. l. for a yeere: Most necessary aswell for the Borrower as the Lender. Which Table you may diuide by the three long Rule-Lines, in three parts, and insert yeerely in your Almanack, This first Title being cut away by the Rule-Line next following.
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