Title: Italian book-keeping, reduced into an art: being an entire new and compleat system of accompts in general. Demonstrated in a Chain of Consequences from Clear and Self-Evident Principles. To which is added, the greatest variety of merchants accounts, with an Explanation of all the Terms of Art, which have commonly been made use of. Together, with proper Reflections on the whole. By Hustcraft Stephens, Accomptant. With a preface, shewing the Nature and Usefulness of this Art, by James Weir, Gent.