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A review of the excise-scheme

William Pulteney Earl of Bath

A review of the excise-scheme

in answer to a pamphlet, intitled The rise and fall of the late projected excise, impartially considered. ...

by William Pulteney Earl of Bath

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Published by printed by H. Haines, at Mr. Francklin"s in London .
Written in English


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Pagination71,[1]p.
Number of Pages71
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In obedience to these directions, the box described in the preceding Memorandum was corded and sealed with the seals of the Honourable Mrs. Damer and the late Lord Frederick Campbell, the Executrix and Executor of Lord Orford, and by them delivered to the late Lord Hugh Seymour, by whose Representatives it was given up, unopened and unsealed, to the present Earl of . A review of the excise scheme: in answer to a pamphlet intitled The rise and fall of the late projected excise impartially considered Bath, William Pulteney, Earl of, ().

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The late excise scheme dissected or, an exact copy of the late bill, for repealing several subsidies, and an impost, now payable on tobacco, &c. With all the blanks filled up, as they probably would have been, if the bill had passed into a law; and proper observations. 11, , p. ), the book is naive and unconvincing when it deals with the political background. McCrea sees all of Fielding's career as affected by his "Whiggism," as opposed to the "Toryism" seen as the key in Vern D. Bailey's unreliable, unpublished dissertation on "Fielding's Politics" (University of California, Berkeley, ). AsCited by:


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A Review of the Excise-Scheme by William Pulteney Bath. This antiquarian edition presents a brilliant argumentation in rejection of the Excise-Scheme, in answer to a pamphlet mentioned in the continuation of the title: "In Answer to a Pamphlet, entitled The Rise and Fall of the late projected Excise, impartially some proper Hints to the Electors of Great Britain.

Get this from a library. A review of the excise-scheme: in answer to a pamphlet, entitled The rise and fall of the late projected excise, impartially considered: with some proper hints to the electors of Great Britain.

[William Pulteney Bath, Earl of; Friend to the English Constitution.]. Review of the excise-scheme. London: Printed by H. Haines, at Mr.

Francklin's in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden, (OCoLC) Named Person: Friend to the English Constitution. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. REVIEW OFTHE EXCISE-SCHEME; InAnfvvertoaPAMPHLET, intltled ^i^RifeairdFallofthelatepmjeaedExcise, impartiallycotjfidered, WITH.

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Asis book traces the growth of customs and excise, and their integral role in shaping the framework of industrial England; including state power, technical advance, and the evolution of a consumer society.

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and Several Other Pieces in. Review of the Excise Scheme (). He was co-author of The history and antiquities of the parish of St. Saviour's, Southwark. An Essay Against Too Much Reading. The. Bolingbroke, Dissertation, p.

; William Pulteney, A review of the excise scheme (London, ), pp. 53–4. Excise was a question which could unite Whigs and Tories, since tradesmen and shopkeepers of both persuasions were strong opponents; see Paul Langford, A polite and commercial people: England, – (Oxford, ), pp.

28 Cited by: 3. Title: A Review of the Excise-Scheme; in Answer to a Pamphlet, Intitled "The Rise and Fall of the Late Projected Excise, Impartially Considered." With Some Proper Hints to. The Wealth of Nations/Book V/Chapter 2. The following short review of some of the principal taxes which have taken place in different ages and countries will show that the endeavours of all nations have not in this respect been equally successful.

It was the object of the famous excise scheme of Sir Robert Walpole to establish, with. Arthur Dobbs, Adam Smith and Walpole's Excise Scheme. By C. FAY. Irish Trade Unions and Politics, By RACHEL O'HIGGINs. Review Articles: Other Reviews: Other Books Received. Subscription price per volume of two parts, 25s.

net. Single parts, 15s. plus postage Copies may be ordered from your bookseller or from CAMBRIDGE. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: The right of British subjects, to petition and apply to their representatives, asserted and vindicated In a letter to *****. By contrast, he surveys debates in the British Parliament over a much longer span, from (debates over parliamentary reform following Walpole’s failed excise scheme) to (debates over Irish union), devoting one chapter each Cited by: 6.

Amhurst had more than ordinary knowledge of that play, as is clear from the pamphlet he evidently wrote with Pulteney, A Review of the Excise-Scheme (), 52 where a pro-government misquotation of lines from the play is contemptuously corrected: ‘Never was so fine a Writer mangled in so terrible a manner’ (p.

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The most lasting families have only their seasons, more or less, of. be levied, according to the book of rates established by the twelfth of Charles II.

The method of ascertnining, by a book of rates, the value of goods subject to this duty, is said to be older than the time of James I. The new subsidy, imposed by the ninth and tenth of William III., was an additional five per cent.

upon the greater part of goods.5/5.Quality vintage and old books of all types. Includes fiction and nonfiction publications on any subject. In this section you will find books published before no .Parliamentary committees review proposed legislation and make recommendations to the Parliament as a whole with regard to acceptance, rejection, or possible revision.

no national excise scheme complying with the Directive has been challenged in court, but even if some provisions might appear to permit discriminatory taxation, the resulting.