The citizen's companion: or The trades-man's mirrour : Wherein most parts of a trading life are accomodated to the judgments and examples of the ancients. A work enrich'd with proverbs, and historically beautified with the deeds and sayings of the wisest and worthiest men that ever were in the world.
- London : Printed by J.C. for Barber Tooth, near York-House in the Strand, 1673.
1 online resource (, 157,  pages, plate)
- Early English books online
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