over-taxation of Ireland.

Speech delivered in the House of Commons, on 29th March, 1897, with introduction, index and tables. Printed and pub. on resolution of the Irish Parliamentary Party; edited by Alfred Webb.
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Sealy, Bryers and Walker , Dublin
Taxation -- Ir
ContributionsWebb, Alfred,
LC ClassificationsHJ2627 A5 B53
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Excerpt from A History of the Irish Protest Against Over-Taxation, From to The Royal Commission on the Financial Relations of Great Britain and Ireland, appointed by Her Majesty's warrant on the 26th May,reported in the autumn of that the increase of taxation laid on Ireland between and was not justified by the then existing : Thomas Kennedy.

"Publications relating to the over-taxation of Ireland": 1 leaf at end. Description: xv, [1], 58 pages, 1 leaf including tables 21 cm: Responsibility: Speech delivered by Hon. Edward Blake, in the House of commons, on 29th March,with introduction, index and tables. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Blake, Edward, Over-taxation of Ireland.

Dublin, Sealy, Bryers and Walker [pref. ] (DLC) The Over-taxation of Ireland: Speech Delivered in the House of Commons, on 29th March,With Introduction, Index and Tables. Proceedings of a public meeting held Mar. 23, to protest taxes. Includes a letter from Thomas Sexton and a speech by P.W.

Kenny. This book examines the politics of taxation in Ireland between the seventeenth and twenty-first centuries. Combining political, economic, and policy history, it contributes to a growing interdisciplinary literature on public finance, while also providing context for the ongoing debate on taxation and austerity in post-Celtic Tiger Ireland.

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As many of the Irish public records were destroyed inthe revenue commissioners’ minute books are a rare survival of material relating to the study of government and administration in eighteenth-century Ireland. These records provide details of the day-to-day actions of revenue officers and offer glimpses of popular opinions and by: 1.

The wiser advocates of the Irish case are agreed in admitting that the alleged over-taxation of Ireland in proportion to the relative means of the populationi did not begin till the period In the course of that period it may be said broadly ail annual suim of about two millions was added to the permanent revenue contributed by Ireland.

The over-taxation of Ireland: speech in the House of Commons, on over-taxation of Ireland. book March, with introduction, index and tables.

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Edward Blake, M.P. (South Longford) In The House Of Commons, On 29Th March, With Introduction, Index And Tables Blake, Hon. Edward Published by Irish Parliamentary Party, Dublin ().

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