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British public finance and administration 1774-92
J. E. D. Binney
Written in English
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Baxter: Early Accounting: The Tally and Checkerboard 69 solicitors for trust funds, etc. The reeve was charged to deliver, e.g.-Rents Sales Fines receivable The discharge allowed him such items as: Tithes Repairs to castle The fines of tenants too poor to pay. Then came the balance payable by the reeve for this year, plus any balance due from. The British state in the long eighteenth century created an effective fiscal–military state based on an efficient tax system that allowed borrowing without the default that afflicted France. The result was success in wars with France and the expansion of the empire. After the victory at Waterloo in , consent was lost as a result of the high level of debt service which fell on producers.
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Turgot's reforms, instituted early in the reign of Louis XVI (–92), were cut short in , when he was dismissed. Seeking to avenge its defeat by Britain in the Seven Years War, France supported the American Revolution (–83). MS, , fo extract from a letter from a gentleman in Norfolk to his friend in London, quoted in J. E. D. Binney, British Public Finance and Administration, –92 (Oxford, ), 8. 18 " Binney, British Public Finance and Administration, 7–Cited by: 1.
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