Studies In Taxation Under John And Henry Iii (volume 2) by Sydney Knox MitchellStudies In Taxation Under John And Henry Iii (volume 2) by Sydney Knox Mitchell

Studies In Taxation Under John And Henry Iii (volume 2)

bySydney Knox Mitchell

Paperback | January 15, 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1914. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... number of fees which accounted at the exchequer probably became fixed at some time before the close of the twelfth century, and certainly did not change materially after 1211.' The number was somewhat greater than the servitium debitum. If the old enfeoffment exceeded the servitium debitum on any holding, then the old enfeoffment was taxed; contrariwise, if the servitium debitum exceeded the old enfeoffment, the servitium debitum was taxed. The new enfeoffment was never taxed except when the honor was in hand, though there were many cases when it was entered in the roll.8 Ordinarily the old enfeoffment 2 The number of fees is regularly stated in the roll beginning with Mil. s Hugh de Dover, Kent. William de Abrincis, Kent Walkelin de Mamignot, Kent Walter de Mayenne, Kent John de Port, Hants Aluredus de Lincoln, Dors, and Somers Gerbert de Percy, Dors, and Somers. William de Curcy, Dors, and Somers. William de Mohun, Dors, and Somers. Robert de Beauchamp, Dors, and Somers. Walter Waleram, Wilts. Humphrey de Boun, Wilts. Earl of Essex, Essex and Herts. Walter Fitz Robert, Essex and Herts William de Munflchet, Essex and Herts Earl of Arundel, Sussex Gervase Painel, Staff.. Bnderun de Munemue, Hereford. Walter de Wahull, Bucks and Bedf. Robert de Albeny, Bucks and Bedf. Richard de Haia, Lincoln Roger de Mowbray, York The clergy regularly paid on the fees quo3 recognoacit only. exceeded the servitium debitum. The total number of fees which were liable for scutage in the thirteenth century was somewhat over 6,500.4 When we examine the scutage accounts of the first half of the thirteenth century, we see that the king in summoning the host did not actually secure all this service in the field. The number of fees which purchased exemption by scutage or fine varied from ...
Title:Studies In Taxation Under John And Henry Iii (volume 2)Format:PaperbackDimensions:136 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.29 inPublished:January 15, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:021756304X

ISBN - 13:9780217563048