The History of Our Customs, AIDS, Subsidies, National Debts, and Cares, from William the Conquerer to the Present Year 1761

The History of Our Customs, AIDS, Subsidies, National Debts, and Cares, from William the Conquerer to the Present Year 1761

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1761 edition. Excerpt: ...ne-tvsuMdy, and consists of a tonnage and poundage. It was first granted by 8 and 9 W. III, chap. 23. fect. 1, 24. from May I, 1697, toFeb. I, 1699. It was afterwards, by 9 and IO &W. III. chap. 23. fect. I. continued from 31 Jan. 1699, during the king's life. By rAnn. chap. 7. fect. 2. 1 Geo. I. chap. ssI. lect. 2. 1 Geo. II. chap. 1. fect. 2. It was granted during the respective lives of (Lieen Anne and King George the First and Second; and, by 1 Geo. Ill. chap. t. to his present majesty for life; and is, with several other duties in the last mentioned act, to be applied towards the raising of 8oo, ooo l. per annumTor the support of his majesty's houshold, and of the honour and dignity of the crown. The 4th is that called, the inzposi on zoine: and vine-gar, first granted to King James the Second, from the 24tl1 of june 1685, to june 24," 1693; It was afterwards continued, for short terms, by several acts, and made perpetual by 3 Geo. I. chap. 9. fectsi 10. By the 9th ofAnn. chap. 21. and 1 Geo. I. chap. 21. this branch, with others in the said 9 Ann. mentioned, was made part of the South-Sea company's original fund, for the payment of their annuity on their capital stock, increased by the laid 1 Geo. I. from 9,177,967 l. 15 s. 4 dJ to Io, ooo, oool. and for the payment of 8, ooo l. The sttory of Tares, so. July Io', 1706. It was afterwards continued bv several Acts, and by 3 Geo. I. chap. 9. made perpetual. It markes part of the South-Sea Company's original fund. The 13th, is that called the new duty on coals, ruin), and cinders, first granted by 9 and 10 W. III. chap. 13. from May 15, 1698, to May 15, 1703. It was continued, assiusualsi, and by 5 Geo. I. _chap._ _I9, made perpetual. By 8 Ann, chap. 4.. this branch was...show more

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  • Paperback | 24 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 64g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236743881
  • 9781236743886