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Mountains of Debt: Crisis and Change in Renaissance Florence, Victorian ... - Page 91
by Michael Veseth - 1990 - 256 pages
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The Metropolitan Magazine, Volume 33

1842
...he proposed, for a time at least, to be limited, that the income of this country should be called on to contribute a certain sum for the purpose of remedying this mighty and growing evil. He proposed that the income of this country should bear a charge not exceeding seven-pence in the pound,...
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Fleet Papers, Volume 2

1842
...••I propose to you that for a time, te be limited, the incomes of this country should be called on lo contribute a certain sum for the purpose of remedying this mighty and growing. evil. I proposo ; hat the incomes of the country should bear a charge of 3d. in the pound, not amounting...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 53

Scotland - 1843
...a more thorough conviction of its being one which the public interest of the country required) — I propose that, for a time to be limited, the income of this country should be called on to contribute a certain sum for the purpose of remedying this mighty and growing evil, * * * should...
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The St. Peterburg English Review, Volume 5

S. Warrand - 1843
...thorough conviction of its being one which the public interest of the country required}— 1 propose thzt, for a time to be limited, the income of this country should be called on to contribute a certain sum for tlie purpose of remedymg this mighty and growing evil, * * * should...
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A Familiar Treatise on Taxation: Free Trade, Etc., Comprising Facts Usually ...

Alexander Gibbon - Free trade and protection - 1846 - 324 pages
...to taxation on consumption, it is my duty to make an earnest appeal to the possessors of property. I propose that, for a time to be limited, the income of this country should bear a charge not exceeding sevenpence in the pound, or 2. 18s. 4d. per cent. — for the purpose,...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 68

Scotland - 1850
...propositions of the same eminent statesman in 1842, when he introdnced the Income-Tax for the first time. "I propose that, for a time to be limited, the income of this country should bear a charge not exceeding sevenpence in the pound I propose, for I see no groundfor exemption, that...
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Twenty Years of Financial Policy: A Summary of the Chief Financial Measures ...

Stafford Henry Northcote Earl of Iddesleigh - Budget - 1862 - 399 pages
...conc CHAP. I. viction of its being one which the public in1842. terest of the country required) — I propose that, for a time to be limited, the income of this * country should be called on to contribute a certain sum for the purpose of remedying this mighty and growing evil. I propose...
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Twenty Years of Financial Policy: A Summary of the Chief Financial Measures ...

Stafford Henry Northcote Earl of Iddesleigh - Budget - 1862 - 399 pages
...CHAP. I. 1842. •i viction of its being one which the public interest of the country required) — I propose that, for a time to be limited, the income of this country should be called on to contribute a certain sum for the purpose of remedying this mighty and growing evil. I propose...
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Selected Speeches and Reports on Finance and Taxation, from 1859 to 1878

John Sherman - Budget - 1879 - 640 pages
...with a more thorough conviction of its being one which the public interest of the country required — I propose that, for a time to be limited, the income of this country should be called on to contribute a certain sum for the purpose of remedying this mighty and growing evil. Again he...
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Economy

James Platt - Economics - 1882 - 208 pages
...a more thorough conviction of its being one which the public interests of the country required) — I propose that, for a time to be limited, the income of this country should be called on to contribute a certain sum for the purpose of remedying this mighty and growing evil. I propose...
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