The organizers intended to make the institute an educational vehicle to promulgate the "science of accounts." In 1880, Charles Sprague published his paper on "accountics," the mathematical science of values, which included the first accounting equation in print in the U.S., in The Book-Keeper
, and the institute became the main forum for the development and instruction in the science of accounts.
Dr Campbell was married when he had an affair with young book-keeper
Mary Smith in England and fathered Rowling's grandmother, Freda.
submitted company accounts showing a pounds 21m turnover when the actual amount was pounds 11m.
Kirkheaton-born Albert was working as a book-keeper
at Percy Keep's garage in Huddersfield.
Working from a small but friendly office in the Jewellery Quarter's Big Peg building, book-keeper
Chris Baker doesn't offer much in the way of glamour.
A LAWYER and book-keeper
linked to runaway conman Michael Voudouri were found guilty of money laundering yesterday.
who had three online gambling accounts is alleged to have plundered about pounds 135,000 from her employers.
A GOLF club book-keeper
has been jailed for 12 months after stealing more than pounds 43,000.
Mother-of- two Lisa works as a professional book-keeper
with Coxeys, a Wrexham firm of chartered accountants, who also do the payroll for the club's staff.
A KINGSWINFORD former book-keeper
who said she was left to run a firm while her boss lived in Wales, has been awarded more than pounds 12,000 after he sacked her without reason during one of his fortnightly visits.
swindled more than pounds 4,000 from her bosses and spent the cash on gifts for her dying dad.
His extraordinary life perhaps hints at the career of his extraordinary great-granddaughter Rowling's grandmother Louisa Caroline Watts Smith, renamed Freda by her adoptive parents, was born on May 16, 1916, at a private nursing home in London to Mary Smith, a book-keeper