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Proposals for a fund of a hundred and fifty thousand pounds per annum

Proposals for a fund of a hundred and fifty thousand pounds per annum

The first fifty thousand pounds per annum, of which, is proposed to be raised by and from a real improvement of the rights and prerogative of the crown. The other hundred thousand pounds per annum, to make the said fund, is proposed to be raised by such, who before they pay it, will be gainers, in happening to be the persons charged herewith, and therefore may with more reason afford to pay it, and think it no burden for being so charged. Most humbly offered to the consideration of the Kings Most Excellent Majesty, and both houses of Parliament. By Thomas Houghton. Lime-street December the 4th 1694

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Published by [s.n.] in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crime -- England -- Early works to 1800,
  • Criminals -- England -- Early works to 1800,
  • Finance, Public -- Great Britain -- History -- 1688-1815 -- Early works to 1800,
  • Inheritance and transfer tax -- Law and legislation -- Early works to 1800,
  • Taxation -- England -- Early works to 1800,
  • Fines (Penalties) -- England -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    GenreEarly works to 1800
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1868:11
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination10 p
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15418401M

    That Mr. Griffith informed the Committee, That Island Mills were formerly worth One hundred and Forty Pounds per Annum: That, if he were to hire there, he would give One hundred Pounds per Annum for them: That one Mr. Davis of Dublin, a Brewer and Retaler, is, notwithstanding, Surveyor of the Excise in, and Collector of the Ale Licences: That. A foreign company not carrying on life insurance business in Australia immediately prior to the commencement of this Act shall, before carrying on that business in Australia, deposit with the Treasurer, money or approved securities or both to the value of Fifty thousand pounds. Deposit in case of new life insurance companies. Ibid. s.

      divisions. He sent COOb pounds of flour pounds of sugar 5 nun pounds of beans and &00 pounds of coffee. The rations sent are only sufficient to provide for the prisoners for two days. Besides sending rations to Marfa tenth liju blankets and 10U bed Haajta were shipped from the United Stales army quartermaster's depot at El Paao to. First published in , Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds is often cited as the best book ever written about market psychology. This Harriman House edition includes Charles Mackay's account of the three infamous financial manias - John Law's Mississipi Scheme, the South Sea Bubble, and n the three of.

    Preamble [Assembly Bill No. 1–Mr. Hamlin] Chap. 4 –An Act to authorize the transfer of certain moneys from “Mineral County Emergency Loan No. 3 Fund” to the “Mineral County High School Fund,” county of Mineral, State of Nevada. [Approved February 5, ] Whereas, Under the terms of chap p of the Statutes of , being an act entitled “An act to . For this purpose the society had raised funds to the amount of $ per annum for three years.[2] In certain other friends of the cause left for this purpose two liberal benefactions, one amounting to one thousand dollars, and the other to one thousand pounds.[3].


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Proposals for a fund of a hundred and fifty thousand pounds per annum the first fifty thousand pounds per annum of which, is proposed to be raised by and from a real improvement of the rights and prerogative of the crown: the other hundred thousand pounds per annum, to make up the said fund, is proposed to be raised by such, who before they pay it, will be gainers, in.

Proposals for a fund of a hundred and fifty thousand pounds per annum: the first fifty thousand pounds per annum of which, is proposed to be raised by and from a real improvement of the rights and prerogative of the crown: the other hundred thousand pounds per annum, to make up the said fund, is proposed to be raised by such, who before they pay it, will be gainers, in.

To all such the plan is advantageous. That property would pay fifty pounds into the fund, and if there were only two children under age they would receive fifteen pounds each (thirty pounds), on coming of age, and be entitled to ten pounds a year after fifty.

BANK OF IRELAND ACT CHAPTER CIII. An Act for further extending the Provisions of several Acts for establishing the Bank of Ireland; and for empowering the Governor and Company of the said Bank to advance the Sum of One million two hundred and fifty thousand Pounds, Irish Currency, towards the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and eight.

A Modest Proposal: Thirdly, Whereas the maintenance of an hundred thousand children, from two years old and upward, cannot be computed at less than ten shillings a-piece per annum, the nation's stock will be thereby increased fifty thousand pounds per annum, beside the profit of a new dish introduced to the tables of all gentlemen of.

In a conference with the General, he [Washington] stated that the expenses of the general hospital should not exceed ten thousand pounds per annum, as some experienced persons had intimated.

Morgan feared it could not be done, but resolved to employ strict economy to keep it within those bounds. A hundred alms-people at 8 pounds per annum, diet, &c. ==== The table for the officers, and contingencies, and clothes for the alms-people, and firing, put together An auditor of the accounts, a committee of the governors, and two clerks.

Here I suppose 1, pounds per annum revenue, to be settled upon. For generally, he that borrows one thousand pounds at six per cent. and so pays sixty pounds per annum use, gets more above his use in one year, by his industry, than he that rents a farm of sixty pounds per annum gets in two, above his rent, though his labour be harder.

The utility of this currency became by time and experience so evident as never afterwards to be much disputed; so that it grew soon to fifty-five thousand pounds, and in to eighty thousand pounds, since which it arose during war to upwards of three hundred and fifty thousand pounds, trade, building, and inhabitants all the while increasing.

If to produce the corn, eighty, instead of one hundred men, should be required, the value of the corn would fall 20 per cent., or from 5, l. to 4, l. If to produce the cloth, the labour of eighty instead of one hundred men would suffice, cloth would fall from 6, l.

to 4, l. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Pound sterling (symbol: £; ISO code: GBP), commonly known as the pound and less commonly referred to as sterling, is the official currency of the United Kingdom, Jersey, Guernsey, the Isle of Man, Gibraltar, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, the British Antarctic Territory, and Tristan da Cunha.

It is subdivided into pence (singular: penny, abbreviated: p){font-weight:normal} ​⁄:. (a) Every producer shall pay an inspection fee not to exceed twelve cents ($) per hundredweight of the firstpounds only on milk produced by him or her during the quarter year preceding the date the inspection fee becomes due and payable or two hundred fifty dollars ($), whichever is greater.

The passion for borrowing spread like flame on the dry prairie. In November,Massachusetts ordered fifty thousand pounds to be let out by trustees to the inhabitants of the province for five years on real security at five pounds percent per annum, to be paid back in five annual installments.

exceeding one hundred millions of dollars. Proposals for SEC. And be it further enacted, That, before awarding any portion and fifty thousand one hundred and fifty-one dollars and thirty-eight cents. at a salary of six hundred dollars each. willing to spend several thousand pounds per year on public art.

When the RMI did identity a major work worthy of purchase, there were often other pressing financial claims on the institution. Thomas Worthington was keen for the RMI to purchase Henrietta Brown’s Le Ducat for the permanent collection in The company of merchants trading to the South Seas would be the richest the world ever saw, and every hundred pounds invested in it would produce hundreds per annum to the stockholder.

At last the stock was raised by these means to near four hundred; but, after fluctuating a good deal, settled at three hundred and thirty, at which price it. That every Member of the present Company, who hath above Ten thousand Pounds Stock, shall sell forthwith the Overplus, at the Rate of One hundred Pounds, for One hundred Pounds; but so, that, if the whole net Proceed of the present Stock exceeds Seven hundred and Forty-four thousand Pounds, this Overplus shall go to the Person that hath sold.

Full text of "History of Downingtown, Chester County, Pa" See other formats. The next year () the Cunard Company increased their liners' horsepower, and the Admiralty again increased their subsidy.

The contract, now made to run for ten years, provided a subsidy of one hundred and seventy-three thousand three hundred and forty pounds per fifty-two round trips a year. The Americans were pressing them closer.

Light Railways Act Any loan under this section shall bear interest at such rate not less than three pounds two shillings and sixpence per centum per annum as the Treasury may from time to time authorise as being in their of which a sum not exceeding two hundred and fifty thousand pounds may be expended for the purpose of.And whereas the said Commissioners, in pursuance of the powers given by “The Blackwater Bridge Act, ,” also raised a further sum of eight thousand three hundred pounds by debentures, which said last-mentioned sum together with an arrear of interest is still due and owing on the security of the tolls of the said bridge: 4 & 5 W.

4. c. The cost of destroying it, out of hand, would be at least £15, Thus, in point of fact, my timber injures my estate to that amount, instead of being worth ten times that sum.

It seems droll, does it not, that an English hundred-and-fifty-thousand-pounds-worth of any thing should, any where, be a dead loss of fifteen thousand pounds?