[Tax bill for Samuel Staneforth Esqr of Attercliff [illegible] Darnall, dated July 12, 1814], 1814
[Tax bill for Samuel Staneforth Esqr of Attercliff [illegible] Darnall, dated July 12, 1814]
- London : Benjamin Wright and Co., Printers, 31, Little Queen Street, Holborn, London, 1814.
- Physical Description:
- 1 sheet ; 22 x 13 cm
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"No. 10. Affixed taxes, 1st part for the year 1813. Ending 5th April 1814. To [Samuel Staneforth, Esq] of the [Township] of [Attercliff] [illegible] [Darnall]. Your assessment in my duplicate for the present year, delivered to me on the  day of [July] under the Acts relating to the Duties of Assessed Taxes amounts to the sum of [£33/19/10] the particulars of which are stated on the back hereof , and the Assessment may be seen at my house as under-mentioned. If you have any cause to appeal against the same you must give notice in writing 28 days after the said  day of [July] to the Surveyor or Inspector for this district orf to one of the assessors of the*. The day of appeal is fixed for the  day of [August]. Signed: [Wm Marriott] Collector, residing at "Attercliff'".
Verso of tax bill reads: "Wm. Marriott. Attercliff". Taxes for windows, inhabited house duty, horses (own use, to let to hire, race horses), horses & mules, and dogs totalling £33/19/10. Receipt of payment not recorded.
Other taxable items listed on the bill are: male servants or male performs herein described, 2W. car, 4W carr, allowance for children.
"1st part for 1813. Ending April 5th, 1814".
"N.B. These duties are payable by instalments quarterly, viz. the 20th of June, 20th of September, 20th of December, and 20th of March, or within 10 days after; and the full amount for the first half year, if not sooner paid as aforesaid, will be collected or levied on your goods and chatels on the 10t of October, and the full amount for the second half year, if not pad as aforesaid, will be collected or levied in line manner on the 5th of April, or within twenty-one days after those respective periods; in default of distress or payment you will be subject to process for the recovery thereof from the Court of Exchequer with cost; and if you remove from this parish without discharging the taxes due, or leaving sufficient goods whereon distress may be made, you will be liable to a penalty of twenty pounds".
- Subject Terms:
- Benjamin Wright and Co. -- Printer.Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1800-1837.Great Britain -- Social life and customs -- 19th century.Marriott, William, active 1814.Staneforth, Samuel active1814.Taxation -- Great Britain -- 19th century.Taxation of personal property -- Great Britain.Taxes.
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