Half Title Page.
Methods and Procedures in General Use.
1: Factory Accounts.
2: The Concept of Profit in British Accounting, 1760–1900.
3: Accounting Evolution to 1900.
4: Illustrations of the Early Treatment of Depreciation.
5: The Depreciation of Factories.
6: Capital Accounting in the Industrial Revolution.
Practices among Public Utilities.
7: The Origins and Evolution of the Double Account System: An Example of Accounting Innovation.
8: The Development of British Railway Accounting: 1800–1911.
9: Captain Mark Huish: A Pioneer in the Development of Railway Management.
10: On Deterioration of Railway Plant and Road; in Two Reports, to the Directors of the London & North Western Railway Company.
11: London and North Western Railway: Report to the Permanent Way Committee, on the Renewal Fund.
12: Depreciation and Fixed Asset Valuation in British Railway Company Accounts to 1911.
13: Aspects of Railway Accounting Before 1868.
14: The Published Accounts of the Northampton Gas Light Company 1823–1900.
15: Legislative Regulation of Railway Finance in England.
Legal and Other Influences.
16: Influence of Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Railroad Accounting on the Development of Modern Accounting Theory.
17: The Origin and Evolution of Nineteenth-Century Asset Accounting*.
18: Chartered Accountants Students' Society of London.
19: Tax Treatment of Capital Expenditure and the Measurement of Accounting Profit.
20: Lawrence Dicksee, Depreciation, and the Double-Account System.
21: The Treatment of Fixed and Circulating Capital in the Accounts of Joint-Stock Companies.
23: Asset Classification and Asset Valuation.
Some Economic Effects.
24: Nineteenth Century Accounting Error*.
25: Cash-Based Accounting in a Slate Quarry 1892–1920: A Possible Cause of Share Price Undervaluation.
26: The Influence of Accounting on the Development of an Economy.