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INDEX.

Acceptance, 109.
Accounts, 18, 20, 21.
Administration, letters of, 100.
Advice, asking, 13.
Address, change of, 25.
Agents' charges, 101.
Annuities, for term of years, 67;
Life, 67; 3 per Cent. Reduced,
67; New 3 per Cent. 68; New
5 per Cent. 68; New 3 per
Cent. 68; New 24 per Cent.
68.

Appeals against rates, 94.
Arrangement of papers, 15.
Arrears of rent, 93.
Assets, 109.

Attorney, letter of, 59.

Banks, 9, 13.
Bank Stock, 67.

Bank, Joint-stock, 10.
Bankers, 28, 30.

Bank, opening an account, 43.
Bank or pass book, 30.
Bank-book, not writing in, 30;
making up, 31; balancing,
31; overdrawing, 31.
Bank, not too small a sum in, 32.
Bank-notes, if lost, 23.
Bank, money at interest, 45.
Bank post bills, 51.
Bills, docket, 15; receipted, 17;
at Christmas, 19; at sight,
51, 53; promissory, 52; of
exchange, 53; inland, 53;
foreign, 53.
Books, useful, 108.

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Canadian Debt, bonds and de-
bentures, 71.
Capital, 9, 13, 78, 82.
Cent. Centum, 110.
Cheques, 30, 32; forms of, 33,
37, 38, &c.

Cheque, returning, 27, 47; not
a halfpenny, 31; overdrawing,
31; payable to "bearer," 32;
payable to "order," 32, 33,
34; not under £1, 32; stamp,
receipt, 33, 37; crossed, 34;
& Co. 35; dating in advance,
35; dishonoured, 36; no
effects, 36; presented for pay-
ment, 36; "Refer to Drawer,"
36; void after a person's
death, 36; void, if bankrupt,
36; writing distinctly, 36;
payable to self," 40; to
procure money by post, 40;
transferring money to, 41, 42;
interest to be paid, 42; for
calls, 43; opening an ac-
count, 43; annual subscrip-
tions, 43; destroy, 47; receiv-
ing, 46, 106; indorse, 114.
Circular letter, or notes, 50.

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Ground-rent, to redeem, 106.
Guaranteed shares, 12.

High interest, 9, 84.

House, hiring, or lodgings, 90;
property, 90; selling, 91,
IOI; Lady-day, Midsummer,
Michaelmas, or Christmas let,
91, 92; notice to quit, 92;
arrears of rent, 93; insuring
against fire, 93.

Imposition, 14.
Income tax, 104.
Indorse, 114.

Indian Bonds, 71.
Inexperienced, 9.

Inland bills of exchange, 53.
Instalment, 114.

Insurance, 112; against fire, 93;
life, 112.

Interest, 9, 45, 112; money at a
bank, 45; warrants, 74, IIO;
to find for any sum, 107;
simple, 112; compound, 113.
Intestate, 100.

Investments, 9, 12, 13, 57.
Invest, form of letter of inquiry,
87.

IO U, 54.

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Letters, business, 16, 46; of
attorney, 59; form of, for in-
vestments, 87; form of, divi-
dend in arrear, 88; form of,
to brokers, 89; of adminis-
tration, 100.

Letter, monthly, from banker,
31; of credit, 47; circular, 50;
registering, 114.
Limited Liability, 10.
Loans, 10, 27, 78, 83.
Loan notes, 10.
Lodgings, hiring, 91.

Making up" bank-book, 31.
Map of land, 27,
Marriage settlements, 96.
Midsummer let or take, 91.
Michaelmas let or take, 91.
Mines, 10.

Money in different concerns, 12;
lent, 27; on deposit, 28; in
bankers' hands, 32; trans-
ferring, 41; at interest, 45;
order, 114.
Monthly letter, 31.
Mortgage, 9, 10, 27, 75, 78, 84.

No effects, 36.

Notes, Bank, if lost, 23; cir-

cular, 50; promissory, 52, 53.
Notice to quit a house or lodg-
ings, 92.

Order, 30, 33, 34; overdrawing,
31; crossed, 34; for money,
at post-office, 114.
Omnium, 115.

Opening and account, 43.

Papers, arrangement, 15.

Par, above, below, at, 65, 80,

115.

Partnership, 10.

Pass or bank book, 30.

Pay debts regularly, 19.
Periodical payments, 20;, re-
ceipts, 20.

Post bill, bank, 51.

Power or letter of attorney, 59.-
Preference shares, 12, 81.
Premium, 79.

Preserve documents, 15.
Principal, 9.

Profit and loss, 115.
Promissory note, 52, 53.
Proxy, vote by, 104.

Quotations, 115:

Rates, appeal against, 944
Railway shares and stock, 72;
bonds and debentures, 73, 76.
Ready reckoner, 23.

Receipts, 27; periodical, 20;
from friends, 27; returning, 27.
Refer to drawer, 36.
Registering a letter, 114.
Residence, change of, 25.
Rich and poor, 20.

Scrip, 118.
Security, 26.

Securities, leading, 56.
Servant's character, IoI; wages,
102; agreement, 103; book
about them, 103; hiring, 103.
Settlements, Marriage, 96; trus-
tee, 96.

Shares guaranteed, 12; raised,
how, II, 78; preference, 12,
81; new, 82; calls for, 82.
Shareholders, original, II.
Share list, 23, 80, 116.
Shut for dividend, 58, 118.
Sight, bills at, 51, 53.

Signature, and formalities, 24,
46, 63.

Stamp, penny, 33, 37, 40.
Stock, 79, 116.

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