Definition of Countinghouse. Meaning of Countinghouse. Synonyms of Countinghouse

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Definition of Countinghouse

Countinghouse
Countinghouse Count"ing*house` (kount"?ng-hous`), Countingroom Count"ing*room` (kount"?ng-r??m`), n. [See Count, v.] The house or room in which a merchant, trader, or manufacturer keeps his books and transacts business.

Meaning of Countinghouse from wikipedia

- A counting house, or counting room, was traditionally an office in which the financial books of a business were kept. It was also the place that the business...
- attended Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky. He worked at a countinghouse in Boston from 1832 to 1834 before studying law and being admitted to...
- Adventures in Journalism and Diplomacy. Bloomfield Hills, Michigan: Countinghouse Press. 2008. ISBN 978-0-9786191-2-1. "Authors by the Bay - Patricia...
- Robert Clive, a discontented young British factor who had left the countinghouse for the field, seized the fort of Arcot, political capital of Karnataka...
- Hetty became the family bookkeeper. Hetty accompanied her father to the countinghouses, storerooms, commodities traders, and stockbrokers. In the evening,...
- Leaked" Sports Afield September–December 1950 1951 "The Corpse Was in the Countinghouse" Collier's March 3–31, 1951 1952 "Flight into Disaster" This W**** May...
- New York City. He attended the common schools and was emplo**** in a countinghouse early in life. In 1838, he entered the firm of Cromwell, Haight & Co...
- Great Tower-street, the corner of Harp-lane; consisting of a shop, with countinghouse, 4 rooms over, and 2 attics. Also No. 1, Harp-lane, in the rear of the...