KEARSLEY’S GENTLEMAN & TRADESMAN’S POCKET LEDGER. For the Year 1811.
London: G. Kearsley…, 1811. To be continued annually. Price Two Shillings and Six-pence, Bound in tan sheep gilt, wallet style with a brass clasp, with pockets front and rear. viii, , 64 pages. The Memorandum/diary has been quite extensively annotated. The front pocket contains a few pieces of ephemera, including a receipt for twenty-six numbers of the Kentish Gazette, and a receipt for the sale of sheep. Binding rubbed with a small piece of leather missed from the flap, else sound. The owner of the book was a Richard Beal [1793-1874], a farmer from Biddenden, Kent.