Taxation Scotland Aberdeen Early Works To 1800 : Aberdene the [blank] day of [blank] 166 [blank]: Received from [blank] for taxation imposed and stented be the towne of Aberdene, in anno 1664. viz. from the first day of September 1663. to the first day of September 1664 years.
Taxation Scotland Earky Works To 1800 : Charles by the grace of God, King of Great Britaine, France and Ireland ... : Forsamekle as wee beeing resolved to proceed in the maters referred vnto us by the generall submissions concerning the few meales and few fearmes of erections, tithes of other mens lands ...; Scotland.
Taxation Scotland Edinburgh Early Works To 1800 : Unto the right honourable the Lords of Councill and Session : the report, representation, and petition, of the Committee of Advocats, appointed by Your Lordships to meet with the stent-masters of Edinburgh.; Faculty of Advocates (Edinburgh, Scotland)
Taxation Scotland Roxburghshire Early Works To 1800 : Unto his Grace his Majesties High Commissioner, and the right honourable the Estates of Parliament, : the petition of the town of Kelso for themselves, and the other burghs of regalities and barronie within the shire of Roxburgh, against Mr. John Buchan.
Taxation Virginia Early Works To 1800 : Short notes and observations drawn from the present decaying condition of this kingdom in point of trade, laid down in twelve particulars some of which might (if seasonably applyed) possibly contribute to our recovery. : I. Against transportation of our wools, &c. II. Reformation in our manufactures. III. To incourage our fishings. IV. All persons, as well strangers as English, that shall contribute to the increase of our manufactures, to be equally encouraged. V. All commodities imploy'd in our manufactures, as well as our manufactures, to be free of custome, or other imposition whatsoever. VI. Vain and unnecessary commodities to be most laden with duties. VII. Foraign commodities exported, to have the whole custome paid back. VIII. Ireland to be incouraged in setting up of woollen manufactures. IX. A free trade to Virginia, is the only way to make that countrey thrive. X. His Majesties revenue will be best laid for the nation in general, where it shall least burthen or disturbe trade. XI. Of officers to be imploy'd in the management of His Majesties revenue. XII. To restrain our great excess in apparel, &c.
Taxes Farming Of Ireland Early Works To 1800 : An indenture containing a grant of all His Majesties revenue of Ireland : Ordinary and extraordinary, certain and casual whatsoever, (new and extraordinary aydes by future acts of Parliament onely excepted) to Sir James Shaen and others for seven years, to commence the 26th. day of December 1675. inclusive. Yielding and paying therefore unto His Majesty, the summe of twenty thousand pounds the last day of every calendar moneth; the first payment of twenty thousand pounds to be compleated and made at or before the last day of April 1676. And the last twenty thousand pounds at or before the last day of March 1683. or within thirty dayes thereafter respectively.; England and Wales.
Taxicab Drivers England London : Ordered, that such of the rules and by-laws made by this court in pursuance of the late Ordinance for Regulation of Hackney Coachmen, and approved by His Highness the Lord Protector and Councel ...; City of London (England).
Taylor Christopher 1935 : The archaeology of landscape : studies presented to Christopher Taylor / edited by Paul Everson and Tom Williamson.
Taylor Christopher D 1950 : Making English landscapes : changing perspectives : papers presented to Christopher Taylor at a symposium held at Bournemouth University on 25th March 1995 / edited by Katherine Barker and Timothy Darvill.
Taylor Clement 1688 1742 : The account book of Clement Taylor of Finsthwaite, 1712-1753 / edited by Janet D. Martin.; Taylor, Clement,
Taylor Committee : Whose schools? : Fabian evidence to the Taylor Committee.; Corbett, Anne.
Taylor Daniel Approximately 1614 1655 : Mercy in her exaltation. Or, A soveraigne antidote against fear of the second death. : In a sermon preached at the funeral of Daniel Taylor Esq; in Stephens Colemanstreet London, on the twentieth day of April, an. 1655.; Goodwin, John,