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1) II. Book V. Of the Sources of the General or Public Revenue of the Society. Smith, Adam. 1909-14. Wealth of Nations. The Harvard Classics
...the contributor. Though the landlord is in all cases the real contributor, the tax is commonly advanced by the tenant, to whom the landlord is obliged to allow it...

2) Glossary. Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de. 1909-14. Don Quixote, Part 1. The Harvard Classics
...grief. Drafts, designs. Draughts, devices, tricks. Drive, hurry on. Earnest, payment in advance. Eftsoons, soon after. Embosk (emboscasen), shelter, conceal. Embushing,...

3) roll. The American HeritageŽ Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
...roll out 1. To get out of bed. 2. Football To execute a rollout. roll over 1. To defer or postpone payment of (an obligation). 2. To renegotiate the terms of (a financial...

4) 1347. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...and it passed the Great Ordinance, which provided for supervision of the levy and expenditure of taxes by a standing committee of the estates, regular and frequent...

5) I. Book V. Of the Expences of the Sovereign or Commonwealth. Smith, Adam. 1909-14. Wealth of Nations. The Harvard Classics
...by the toll, as it is lowered by the cheapness of the carriage. The person who finally pays this tax, therefore, gains by the application, more than he loses by the...

6) III. Book V. Of Public Debts. Smith, Adam. 1909-14. Wealth of Nations. The Harvard Classics
...therefore, necessarily abounds with a set of people who have at all times in their power to advance, if they chuse to do so, a very large sum of money to government....

7) Paras. 375-407. Burke, Edmund. 1909-14. Reflections on the French Revolution. The Harvard Classics
...own grievance by its own feeling, and of its remedy by its own opinion, did as it pleased with other taxes. 381 We are next to see how they have conducted themselves...

8) Antony. Plutarch. 1909-14. Plutarch's Lives. The Harvard Classics
...were hastening their overthrow. One instance of his liberality I must relate. He had ordered payment to one of his friends of twenty-five myriads of money, or decies,...

9) Chapter IV. Rhodes, James Ford. 1917. History of the Civil War, 1861-1865
...millions. Both popular sentiment and congressional resolution approved heavy direct and indirect taxation, but it was certain that no tax bill could be framed and...

10) Style. Fowler, H. W. 1908. The King's English
...stating that there is no change in the position of the armies, while another says that the Japanese advance continues.—Times. Being faint with hunger I was somewhat...

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