An Historical Account of all Taxes, Under what Denomination soever; from the Conquest to the Death of George the First.
by STEVENS, Captain John
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- An Historical Account of all Taxes, Under what Denomination soever; from the Conquest to the Death of George the First.
- STEVENS, Captain John
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- Printed for John Wilcox, at Virgil's Head against the New Church in the Strand
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- taxation, tax, economics,early,middle ages, feudalism, kingship, fiscal studies, monetary policy, fiscalism, theory, macroeconomics
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