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Tax bill for William Hanham, Cranleigh, Surrey, August 27th, 1843.

Cranley, 1843.
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1 sheet ([2] pages) ; 21 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
HJ4935.G7 H36 1843 Box
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Completed in pen and ink.
Tax bill for William Hanham of Cranley totaling £53/7/3. Taxes to be paid include £14/8/9 for windows, £12/5/0 for servants, £10/10/0 for four wheel carriage drawn by more than 1 horse, £4/4/6 for horses for riding or drawing taxable carriages, £4/4/0 for dogs and a £10 per cent, thereon of £4/17/0.
"Assessed taxes to William Hanham Esq. of the Parish of Cranley. Your first assessment in my duplicate for the present year ending 5th April, 1843, of duties not compounded for, delivered to me on the 27 day of August under the acts relating to the duties of assessed taxes, amounts to the sum of 53/7/3 the particulars of which are stated on the back hereof, and the assessment may be seen at my house as undermentioned. If you have any cause to appeal against the same, you must give notice in writing, within twenty-eight days after the above mentioned day to the surveyor of taxes, or to one of the assessors of this place,. Signed: Charles Herington Collector. Residing at Cranley."
"The day of appeal is fixed for the 23 day of Sept. next at Guilford."
Subject Terms:
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1837-1901.
Great Britain -- Social life and customs -- 19th century.
Hanham, William, active 1843.
Taxation -- Great Britain -- 19th century.
Taxation of personal property -- Great Britain.
Taxation papers.
Blank forms.
Financial records.
Herington, Charles, (Tax collector)
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