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" This statement moreover, as far as I understand it, refers only to the common lands, which have been enclosed by acts of parliament. " With scarcely any exception," he says again, " the revenue drawn in the form of rent from the ownership of the soil,... "
The Farmer's Magazine - Página 134
por Staff - 1838
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A cyclopædia of commerce, mercantile law, finance, and commercial geography ...

William Waterston - 1843
...doubled iii every part of Great Britain since 1700. This is not a random assertion, but, as Thirds many counties of England, can be proved by the testimony of living witit's*i>, while in Scotland the fact is notorious to the whole population." .No means have been hitherto...
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encyclopaedia americana

henry vethanke - 1851
...author, that, with scarcely any exception, the revenue drawn, in the form of rent, from the ownership of the soil, has been at least doubled in every part of Great Britain, since 1790. — In late years, the British corn laws have come to be viewed by a large portion of the labouring...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volumen26

1852
...augmented. Mr. Porter, however, informs us that " the revenue drawn in the form of rent from the ownership of the soil has been at least doubled in every part of England since 1790, and it is more than probable that it has advanced 150 per cent throughout the kingdom."...
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Hunt's Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volumen26

Freeman Hunt, Thomas Prentice Kettell, Isaac Smith Homans, William Buck Dana - 1852
...augmented. Mr. Porter, however, informs us that " the revenue drawn in the form of rent from the ownership of the soil has been at least doubled in every part of England since 1790, and it is more than probable that it has advanced 150 per cent throughout the kingdom."...
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The Elements of Social Science: Or, Physical, Sexual and Natural Religion

Elements, George R. Drysdale - 1861 - 592 páginas
..."the revenue drawn in the form of rent from the ownership of the soil, has been at least doubted ia every part of Great Britain since 1790. This is not...testimony of living witnesses, while in Scotland the feet is notorious to the whole population." " The increased rental of real property in England and...
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The elements of social science; or, Physical, sexual, and natural religion ...

George Drysdale - 1861 - 592 páginas
...scarcely any exception," he says • again,. " the revenue drawn in the form of rent from the ownership of the soil, has been at least doubled in every part of Great Britain since 1790. Thi» is not a random assertion, but, as regards many counties of ' England, can be proved by the testimony...
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A Cyclopaedia of Commerce, Mercantile Law, Finance, Commercial Geography ...

William Waterston - 1863 - 1000 páginas
...With scarcely any exception," says he, " the revenue drawn, in the form of rent, from the ownership of the soil, has been at least doubled in every part...Scotland the fact is notorious to the whole population." No means have been hitherto devised for ascertaining the actual produce of corn in this country. But...
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A Cyclopaedia of Commerce, Mercantile Law, Finance, Commercial Geography ...

William Waterston - 1863 - 1000 páginas
...With scarcely any exception," says he, " the revenue drawn, in the form of rent, from the ownership of the soil, has been at least doubled in every part...England, can be proved by the testimony of living witlesses, while in Scotland the fact is notorious to the whole population." No means have been hitherto...
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The Co-operator, Volumen9

1869
...says — •' With scarcely any exception, the revenue drawn in the form of rent from the ownership of the soil, has been at least doubled in every part of Great Britain since 17SIO." lu Is.1,:,, the income charged to income tax in the United Kingdom was £2(18,000,000. In 1805,...
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Cobden Club Essays: Second Series, 1871-2

Cobden Club (London, England) - 1872 - 552 páginas
...arrived at the conclusion that " with scarcely any exception, the revenue drawn in the form of rent has been at least doubled in every part of Great Britain since 1790." In the period which has since elapsed the same causes have continued to operate with still greater...
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