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" But tbis personal attendance growing troublesome in many respects, the tenants found means of compounding for it, by first sending others in their stead, and in process of time by making a pecuniary satisfaction to the crown in lieu of it. This pecuniary... "
Military antiquities respecting a history of the English army, from the Conquest - Page 7
by Francis Grose - 1801
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In the Order, and Compiled from the ...

Sir William Blackstone, John Bethune Bayly - Law - 1840 - 700 pages
...property or persons. The other ancient levies were in the nature of a modern land-tax, for we may trace up the original of that charge as high as the introduction of our military tenures ; when tenants of knight's fees finding personal attendance on the king in his army burthensome, compounded...
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The English Constitution: A Popular Commentary on the Constitutional Law of ...

George Bowyer - Constitutional law - 1841 - 712 pages
...exchequer. " The other ancient levies were in the nature of a modern land-tax ; for we may traee up the original of that charge as high as the introduction of our military tenures,1 when every tenant of a knight's fee was bound, if called upon, to attend the king in his...
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The North of England magazine [afterw.] The North of England magazine, and ...

1842
...preposterously unjust. Then, of the land tax Blackstone observes, (book i, chap. 8), " That we may trace up the original of that charge as high as the introduction of our military tenures," that is, a period earlier than the Conquest ; the chief innovation having been to make it, (in 1 798),...
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The Collected Works of Dugald Stewart: Lectures on political economy ... To ...

Dugald Stewart, John Veitch - 1856
...of this tax is traced by Sir William Blackstone to the period when military tenures were introduced, when every tenant of a knight's fee was bound, if called upon, to attend the king, in his array, for forty days in every year. But this personal attendance growing troublesome in many respects,...
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The collected works of Dugald Stewart, Volume 9

Dugald Stewart, John Veitch - 1856
...of this tax is traced by Sir William Blackstone to the period when military tenures were introduced, when every tenant of a knight's fee was bound, if called upon, to attend the king, in his array, for forty days in every year. But this personal attendance growing troublesome in many respects,...
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Mr. Serjeant Stephen's New Commentaries on the Laws of England ..., Volume 2

Henry John Stephen, James Stephen - Law - 1880
...levies were in the nature of a landtax ; for we may trace up the original of that charge as high as to the introduction of our military tenures, when every...upon, to attend the king in his army for forty days in each year. But this personal attendance growing troublesome in many respects, the tenants found means...
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the farmers magazine

Farmers' Alliance - 1834
...ancient levies (hydages, scutages, and talliages), were in the nature of a modern land-tax; . trace np the original of that charge as high as the introduction of our military tenures ; every tenant of a knight's fee was bound, if called on, to attend the King for forty days in But...
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