When the company's cash book
was reconciled with the bank statement, it was found that bank charges of $380 had not been entered correctly in the bank charges expense account.
The Steward's Vade Mecum is clearly intended to describe an accounting system which might be operated by either the landowner or his steward although, in the illustration provided, the cash book
is kept by the lord of the manor.
not available Sources: Ryan Brothers Advance/Day Books 1909, 1912-15, 1924-25, Shop Day Book 1917-19, Cash Book
1908-15, Store Cash Books
1912-14,1917-19, THSA; Office Journal A 1914, Cash Book
The Dutch Mennonite cash books
(see note 18) begin in 1605, with records of alms paid out to members; from the verv beginning some of the recipients lived in the "Engelse Steeg" (Steech).
The VECs maintain the cash book
properly and utilize the grants as per norms.
Pritchard vehemently denied receiving anything like the amounts stated in the cash book
and said he would normally only receive about pounds 150 a week in cash.
On March 27, 1917, the cash book
lists a payment to Humphreys Ltd in respect of addition to VAD Hospital St Fagans PS82.
We have asked them to give us the cash book
and other official records," Nehra said.
If you have a small business, you may find a cash book
sufficient for record keeping, although a sales ledger and purchase ledger will enable you to record sales, purchases on credit and keep track of amounts owed to you.
I WOULD like to thank the young gentleman who returned my cash book
to me inDecember.
The second surviving account book is a crown octavo (7 inches by 5 inches) cash book
, single-cash lined in red ink by Scott, as previously, and carrying on the same recording and balancing practices as before.
Hewitt took a leaf out of the Cash book
by climbing the grandstands to celebrate his triumph with girlfriend Kim Clijsters, parents Glynn and Cherilyn and coach Jason Stoltenberg.