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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Analysis of sources in 'Collections for a History of Staffordshire '

    xvi 3–93 97–225 Plea Rolls, Edw. III-Hen. IV Final Concords, 1589– 1603 xvii 3–153 157–205 209–36 Plea Rolls, 1413–35 Poll Tax Returns, 1379–81 Final Concords, 1558–88 xviii(1) 3–21 28–70 Final Concords, 1589– 1602 Final Concords, 1603–7 New Series ii History

    Note on Staffs Record Society volumes used

    , with Indictments, 1 Henry V , and Roll of Petitions to Parliament, 2 Henry V . " 157-205 Poll Tax , 1379-81 . " 208-36 Final Concords, mixed counties including Staffs., 1558-88 . xviii (1) 1-21 Final Concords, mixed

    The later middle ages The city and the King

    Fine R ., 1377–83, 150–1, 164. Ibid. 232–3, 236; Cal. Pat . 1377–81, 633; J. N. Bartlett , 'Lay Poll Tax , York , 1381' (offprint from unpub. Trans. E.R. Antiq. Soc. [xxx ] ), 6–7. See pp. 81–82. Cal.

    The City of Chichester Parliamentary history

    of the members for Chichester from the end of the 14th century were citizens, judging from their names. The Poll Tax returns of 1380 ( 4 Richard II ) include six persons whose names appear as members, some of whom

    Note on Staffs Record Society volumes used

    Concords, 1580-9 xvi 3-93 Plea Rolls, Edw. III-Hen. IV 97-225 Final Concords, 1589-1603 xvii 3-153 Plea Rolls, 1413-35 157-205 Poll Tax of 1379-81 209-36 Final Concords, 1558-88 239-98 Shenstone Charters xviii (1) 3-27 Final Concords, 1589-1602 New Series i The

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    allan gy. hoeddiad Ymerodrol, yn hysbysu y bydd y dos. barth:adau tlotaf yn yr Ymerodraeth yn rhydd oddiwith y Poll Tax o'r dydd cyntaf o'rflwydd- yn nesaf, ac i'r dosbarthiadau eraill sydd yn talu y dreth, ysgafnheir hi yn ol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    population; although it is doubtful whether they would not greatly prefer remaining subject to its equivalents, the Harateh or Poll Tax, which has long been one of their stand- ing grievances. Their enlistment is unavoidable, if they are to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    still kept their ground, and even in aem age of religious reforma- tion, required little amendment.3 The Capitation or Poll Tax of Richard II. was truly a fatal step, it was a tax of three, groats per head on every Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    till atlir the plobiscitunm MIADOOID. Ocrone. 30. A dclree has bern issued giving directirns for the distribution of the Poll Tax: inIttuted on the 121h inst. in hou of the Octroi duties. and giving.provislonsl ieitrtllctJo for evying the same f Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11 8Mr B Bletec-e's Irish Thistle a .......Sandever 11 7Mr J Blake's Sir George a.............Privrate 11 5Mr A Poole's Poll Tax by . ......_ -Private 11 0Mr A Stedall's Talk Big 5y ........T Sherwood 10 13 Mr WV Harris's South Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    England's work in India, 1881

    upon the peasant's hearth, and upon his cattle. How severe some of them were, may be judged from the Poll Tax . For the purposes of this tax, the non-Muhammadan population was divided into three classes, paying respec¬ tively £4, Subscribers-only content

    The Radical house that Jack would build., 1819

    belongs to the house which Jack would build. And instead of hard taxes, by Jack's innovation, A fine sweeping Poll Tax , call'd Decapitation, To pay for the house which Jack would build. And these are the men, all tatter'd Subscribers-only content

    Ceylon, and Lord Torrington's administration., 1849

    and which in different districts of the island would vary from one shilling to three, it was called a Poll Tax -such as used to be imposed by the Dutch on strangers for leave to sojourn in Ceylon, and was Subscribers-only content

    Handy notes on S. Africa for the use of speakers and others., 1896

    revenue of the South African Republic than the Boers. For, under the head of " Hut Tax" and "Native Poll Tax ," and "Native Tax according to the Pass Law," there flows into Mr. Kruger 's exchequer about £220,000, a Subscribers-only content

    Bulgarian horrors! and Mr. Gladstone's eastern policy, 1876

    ten members, which are estimated by the writer of the anonymous pamphlet at a sum of 2,700 piastres:- 18. Poll Tax on five males 145 19. Rad, or labour tax 75 20. Road work, 3 men 300 21. Share in Subscribers-only content

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