Accounts: Their Construction and Interpretation for Business Men and Students of Affairs

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LEDGER (continued)
J. STRAW [page 43]
Aug. 2 Bills Rec. 60 495 00
INTEREST [page 20]
Aug. 5 Cash 60 67 Aug. 2 Bills Rec. 60 5 00
" 6 Bills Rec. 61 4 67 " 5 " 60 4 67
OLIVER TWIST [page 39]
Aug. 2 Mdse. 60 240 00
MDSE. [page 11]
Aug. 2 O. Twist 60 240
" 3 Cash 60 2000 00
NICHOLAS NICKLEBY [page 37]
Aug. 5 Sundries 60 570 73
F. HOLT [page 44]
Aug. 7 Cash 61 100 00 Aug. 5 Expense 61 100 00
EXPENSE [page 21]
Aug. 5 F. Holt 61 100 00
[This ledger shows only the postings of the items given. Of course previous items must be taken for granted, for otherwise J. Straw and N. Nickleby could have owed nothing to the business.]

Those who are interested to see the use of a few accounts which are less common, under circumstances of natural but infrequent occurrence, will find some illustrations of journalization for them in Appendix B.

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