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Inhaltsangabe: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1861 Excerpt: ...Lindell Street, at the' village. In 1746, the town voted to exempt the first, or "old" parish, from paying anything for any other school in town, provided they would keep a grammar school constantly in their own parish, at their own expense. At this period, the rates, or taxes, were made out in "lists," and placed in the hands of collectors, who were usually oonstables.0 As each man paid, his name was checked, and sometimes, (if he was particular to require it) he also received the collector's written receipt The amount on each collector's book, or list, was charged to him, and he was obliged to pay the whole amount into the treasury, within a reasonable time, whether he had collected it or not. The only way in which he could dispose of a hard customer's tax, was, either to collect it in some way, or pay it out of his own pocket, or induce the town, by a special vote, to " forgive" him the amount At first, the collectors were not allowed any pay whatever for their services; and it was not until 1780 that a regular commission was given them. It was then voted to allow them a "Poundage of Four Pence on Twenty Shillings." That the off1ce was no sinecure, is seen from the fact that for more than a hundred years the town's rule was, that if a man was chosen constable, he must either "stand," procure a substitute acceptable to the town, or pay a fine of five pounds, unless he was "excused," which was not common. We could probably fill an entire page with the names of those who took the last-named horn of the dilemma. After the town was divided into parishes, each parish collected its own minister tax, in its own way. The First Parish frequently collected its minister tax in the following manner:--A contr...

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Buchbeschreibung RareBooksClub. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 286 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.6in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1861 Excerpt: . . . Lindell Street, at the village. In 1746, the town voted to exempt the first, or old parish, from paying anything for any other school in town, provided they would keep a grammar school constantly in their own parish, at their own expense. At this period, the rates, or taxes, were made out in lists, and placed in the hands of collectors, who were usually oonstables. 0 As each man paid, his name was checked, and sometimes, (if he was particular to require it) he also received the collectors written receipt The amount on each collectors book, or list, was charged to him, and he was obliged to pay the whole amount into the treasury, within a reasonable time, whether he had collected it or not. The only way in which he could dispose of a hard customers tax, was, either to collect it in some way, or pay it out of his own pocket, or induce the town, by a special vote, to forgive him the amount At first, the collectors were not allowed any pay whatever for their services; and it was not until 1780 that a regular commission was given them. It was then voted to allow them a Poundage of Four Pence on Twenty Shillings. That the off1ce was no sinecure, is seen from the fact that for more than a hundred years the towns rule was, that if a man was chosen constable, he must either stand, procure a substitute acceptable to the town, or pay a fine of five pounds, unless he was excused, which was not common. We could probably fill an entire page with the names of those who took the last-named horn of the dilemma. After the town was divided into parishes, each parish collected its own minister tax, in its own way. The First Parish frequently collected its minister tax in the following manner: --A contr. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781232263630

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Buchbeschreibung Buchzustand: Good. The history of Haverhill, Massachusetts; from its first settlement, in 1640, to the year 1860. Buchnummer des Verkäufers Grb1671001

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