Welch, Oliver. The American Arithmetic, adapted to the Currency of the United States; To which is added a concise treatise on the Mensuration of Planes and Solids; Compiled for the use of Schools, &c. Exeter: Printed and Published by Samuel T. Moses, 1821. Fourth Edition. 
Leather spine, plain blue paper over wooden boards, paper no longer pasted to the edges of the boards, exposing them (this could be easily repaired by us at your request), 4 1/4 x 6 1/2 inches. Names written in brown ink on the front and back end papers; ffep tattered and partly loose; rfep with pencil-rubbed outline of an Indian Head cent. ii., 9-(228) pp. DEFECTIVE: lacks leaves , 6-8; that is, one blank and three text pages. Several in-text illustrations. Many page corner tips folded, foxing & stains. There is a mid 20th century white label on the spine, not institutional (see pics). Good. Hardcover.
Shoemaker 7623. Copyright 1812. Includes forms of indenture, p. 224-225: "The form of an indenture to bind an apprentice, to learn a trade till twenty-one" and "An indenture for binding out a poor child, by the overseers of the poor."
"[T]hree thousand copies of the first, four thousand of the second, and four thousand of of the third edition have been published and sold since the year 1813, and the present demand increasing... " - Preface.
A second title begins at p. (199): Book-Keeping: A short system of Book-Keeping, by Single Entry, designed for the use of Farmers, Retailers & Mechanics.