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" Justices shall and may tax, rate, and assess as aforesaid any other of other parishes, or out of any parish within the hundred where the said parish is, to pay such sum and sums of money to the Churchwardens and Overseers of the said poor parish for the... "
Sessions Cases Adjudged in the Court of King's Bench, Chiefly Touching ... - Page 140
by Great Britain. Court of King's Bench - 1873 - 252 pages
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A History of the English Poor Law: In Connection with the State of ..., Volume 1

Sir George Nicholls, Thomas Mackay, Henry George Willink - Poor laws - 1898
...of poverty in any locality, and the deficiency of means for affording relief, by providing that if "the inhabitants of any parish are not able to levy...among themselves sufficient sums of money for the purposes aforesaid," then any parish or parishes within the hundred may be " taxed, rated, and assessed...
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A history of the English poor law: in connection with the state of ..., Volume 1

Sir George Nicholls, Thomas Mackay - Poor laws - 1898
...empowered, as in 14 Elizabeth,1 to " rate and assess any other of other parishes " in aid, if they perceive that the inhabitants of any parish are not able to levy among themselves sufficient for the purpose. And with the consent of two justices, the churchwardens and overseers may bind poor...
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An Essay on the Reform of Local Taxation in England

J. Row- Fogo - Municipal finance - 1902 - 400 pages
...according to the ability of the same parish, etc. And be it enacted that if the said Justices of Peace do perceive that the inhabitants of any parish are not...among themselves sufficient sums of money for the purposes aforesaid, that then the said two Justices may rate, tax, and assess, etc. (verbatim as in...
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An Essay on the Reform of Local Taxation in England

J. Row- Fogo - Municipal finance - 1902 - 400 pages
...And be it also enacted that if the sayd Justices of Peace doe perceive that the inhabitants of anie parish are not able to levy among themselves sufficient sums of money for the purposes aforesayd that then the sayd Justices shall and may taxe, rate and assesse as aforesayd any...
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Local Government in England, Volume 1

Josef Redlich - Local government - 1903
...than a re-enactment of 39 Eliz. c. 3. 4 See 43 Eliz. c. 2, sec. 3. "If the said Justices of Peace do perceive that the inhabitants of any parish are not...among themselves sufficient sums of money for the purposes aforesaid, that then the said two Justices shall and may tax, rate, and assess as aforesaid...
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Readings in the History of Education: A Collection of Sources and Readings ...

Ellwood Patterson Cubberley - Education - 1920 - 684 pages
...///. Equalizing tax-levy among parishes. And be it also enacted, That if the said Justices of Peace do perceive that the Inhabitants of any Parish are not...among themselves sufficient Sums of Money for the Purposes aforesaid, that then the said Two Justices shall and may tax, rate and assess as aforesaid...
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Making the Nonprofit Sector in the United States: A Reader

David C. Hammack - Business & Economics - 2000 - 504 pages
...or negligence twenty shillings. iII. And be it also enacted, that if the said justices of peace do perceive, that the inhabitants of any parish are not...among themselves sufficient sums of money for the purposes aforesaid; that then the said two justices shall and may tax, rate and assess, as aforesaid;...
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Parliamentary Papers, House of Commons and Command, Volume 17

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Legislation - 1860
...Poor,' by which it is enacted, that ' if the justices ' charged with the execu* tion of that Act shall ' perceive that the inhabitants of any parish are not...among themselves sufficient sums of money for the purposes of the Act, that then two justices may tax, rate and assess as aforesaid any other of other...
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