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Cashbook

 

a bookkeeping register for the accounting of cash movements. All cash operations immediately after they are made are registered in the cashbook, with the number designation of the cash document backing the cash receipt or payment, the name of the person who turned in or received the money, and the amount of the operation. Cashbook accuracy is supervised by the chief (senior) bookkeeper of the economic organization.

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In the early cash books, the facing pages have the same number, so they are designated lh (left hand) or rh (right hand).
The cash books show that the VVaterlanders in 1613 established a special fund for "Master Smyth's widow," and it was supported by leading members of the congregation, including Jan Munter, his brother Bartholomeus Munter, and Cornelis Claesz Anslo.
Payments were made periodically between 1639 and 1654 (when the the Armfield family completed their debt); cash book no, 143, fol.
For the 1611 references, see Waterlander cash book, no.
In some schools, VEC meetings are conducted after a gap of 3 to 4 months and the cash books are properly maintained.
But the details of receipt and expenditure of grants are not maintained by the VECs in cash books.
VECs are also maintaining records of receipt and expenditure of grants properly in cash books.
All VECs are maintaining the cash book and are playing significant roles in enrollment, retention and regular attendance of students, and maintenance of school compounds.
Although Mary Ann Dodd failed to mention a date for the extension, evidence from the Plymouth Estate Cash Book 1914-17 at Glamorgan Archives suggest that these alterations were made in early 1917.
On March 27, 1917, the cash book lists a payment to Humphreys Ltd in respect of addition to VAD Hospital St Fagans PS82.
The 1914-17 cash book also gives a flavour of the homely atmosphere in the hospital.
Treasurer Martin Gomez - armed with a trolley-load of accounts and cash books - attended the meeting and answered questions.