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charity

charity  

N.A body (corporate or not) established for one of the charitable purposes pecified by statute (see charitable trust). A charity is subject to the control of the High Court in the exercise of its ...
income tax

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The Oxford Dictionary of Local and Family History

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Introduced during the Napoleonic wars. Returns for 1799–1816, giving the names of individual taxpayers on a parish basis,

income tax

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An Oxford Companion to the Romantic Age

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was introduced by William *Pitt in 1798–9 to boost annual revenue to a level capable of meeting the exigencies of

income tax

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The Oxford Companion to Local and Family History (2 ed.)

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Introduced during the Napoleonic wars. Returns for 1799–1816, giving the names of individual taxpayers on a parish basis, are kept in The ...

inland revenue records

inland revenue records  

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Housed at The National Archives in IR. See also apprenticeship; income tax; tithes; Valuation Office.
liberal Toryism

liberal Toryism  

Was an important feature of postwar administrations from Lord Liverpool's of 1812, and is associated particularly with Liverpool, George Canning, William Huskisson (1770–1830), and Sir Robert Peel. ...
Sixteenth Amendment

Sixteenth Amendment  

This 1913 amendment to the Constitution empowers Congress to “lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several states,” specifically exempting ...
taxation

taxation  

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Payment of Islamic taxes is considered a religious duty. The most important tax is zakah, which is based on wealth and paid annually. Cash holdings, asset disposals, and inventories are subject to ...
trade

trade  

[Ge]In archaeology this term tends to be used in its broadest sense to mean the transfer of goods between communities, recognizing that many different social mechanisms may be responsible for those ...

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