chapter  VII
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THE CONTINENT OF EUROPE

O N leaving English-speaking countries, the first place to claim attention in an examination of the position of the professional accountant is, of course, I T A L Y . We have already dealt at some length with the early history of the profession in that country, and we shall here take up the narrative at the time from which what may be called the Italian Renaissance in accounting dates, that is to say, about thirty years ago.