Receipts Acknowledgement Early Works To 1800 : Received this [blank] of [blank] 1678, of [blank] collectors for [blank] the sum of [blank] of the moneys appointed for them to collect by virtue of an Act of Parliament : entituled An Act to raise money by a poll, and otherwise, to enable his Majesty to enter into an actual war against the French king; I say, received by me [blank]
Receipts Acknowledgment England Early Works To 1800 : Received the [blank] day of [blank] 16[blank] of [blank] the summ of [blank] charged upon the landlord, by vertue of an Act of Parliament : intituled An Act for ordering the forces in the several counties of this kingdom; for the fourth part of one months assessment for one year, after the rate of 70000 l. by the month; for furnishing and defraying the charges of ammunititon and other necessaries. We say received by us [blank] collectors.
Receipts Acknowledgments Scotland Early Works To 1800 : Received from [William Bell Clerk and] collector of the cess of the burgh of [LinLithgou] the summ of [ffourtie ffyve pounds] Scots money, and that as a fourth part of a moneth cess, due by the said burgh of [LinLithgou] at VVitsunday 1700. : To the Lords of Council as session, conform to the act of Parliament. As witness my hand at Edinburgh the [eightenith] day of [July] 1700 years. [Ja. Elphinstone].
Receipts Acknowledgments Scotland Edinburgh Early Works To 1800 : At [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] 1646 yeers.: Forsameikle as the Estates of Parliament, by their Act of the date the third day of Februar 1646 yeers, have granted power and commission, to prosecute the wayes and means already laid down, for bringing in of moneys, for the use and entertainment of the armies and garrisons within this kingdom ...; Scotland.
Receipts Early Works To 1800 : The charitable physitian : with the Charitable apothecary. / VVritten in French by Philbert Guibert Esquire, and physitian regent in Paris: and by him after many severall editions, reviewed, corrected, amended, and augmented. And now faithfully translated into English, for the benefit of this kingdome, by I.W.; Guybert, Philbert,