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The Success of English Land Tax Administration 1643–1733 by Stephen Pierpoint

The Success of English Land Tax Administration 1643–1733 by Stephen Pierpoint

Author:Stephen Pierpoint
Language: eng
Format: epub
ISBN: 9783319902609
Publisher: Springer International Publishing


295.BRO: F/Tax/M/2.

296.On the basis of land taxes paid. Further detail on this is provided below.

297.Beckett, ‘Local Custom and the “New Taxation”’. Also Ward’s Buckinghamshire commissioners, The English Land Tax, p. 4.

298.London receivers, usually the chamberlain, were typically named on City duplicates and often their deputies.

299.See Ward, The English Land Tax, pp. 10–14, provides examples.

300.For example, LMA: COL/CHD/LA/03/003/013. This is a letter from Peter Rich to Town Clerk William Wagstaffe dated 21 April 1689, stating that he and associates will ‘give Bond’ to the City Receiver General for the ‘3 Mo[nth] tax’ in the City as ‘good security’. There are numerous references in CTB.



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