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treatise of the Exchequer and revenue of Ireland.

by Gorges Edmond Howard

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Published by Printed by J.A. Husband, for E. Lynch in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ireland. Exchequer,
  • Finance -- Ireland

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy G. E. H oward.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHJ1041 .H8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23349824M
    LC Control Number07027649
    OCLC/WorldCa5111516

    Taxes on economic 'bads' like carbon emissions, gambling, cigarettes and junk food are needed to raise revenue for the exchequer, it was claimed. 'Treatise of the Rules and Practice of the Pleas Side of the Exchequer in Ireland,' 2 vols. 8vo, Dublin, 2. 'A Treatise on the Rules and Practice of the Equity Side of the Exchequer in Ireland, with the several Statutes relative thereto, as also several Adjudged Cases on the Practice in Courts of Equity both in England and Ireland,with.

    Description. Richard fitz Nigel (), Bishop of Ely and author of The Dialogue of the Exchequer, has been described as a model civil treatise on the royal finances, compiled for Henry II (r. –89), set out the revenues due to the king and the methods for collecting them. During the sixteenth century hundreds of treatises were written on the ‘reform’ of Ireland by officials and interested parties active in the country These documents were central in shaping how senior ministers in England viewed Ireland and consequently how they formulated policy for the second Tudor dominion. This book gathers together 70 of these treatises.

    although he quotes rather too selectively from G. E. Howard's Treatise on the Exchequer and Revenue of Ireland (17 76) in support of his point. The suggested date of compilation in the mid s and the obvious association of the office with revenues comply very well with the period. Where possible this is done by a process called "write-off." The exchequer is deemed to issue a sum equal to the balance to be surrendered, and at the same time the paymaster general is deemed to have paid an equal sum from the vote to the exchequer. The settlement is effected by book entries without any actual payment.


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Full text of "A treatise of the Exchequer and revenue of Ireland". The exchequer took in €bn in income tax revenues in the month and €bn over the first seven months. Read More Bank of Ireland plan to cut 1, jobs leads to call for Government. Exchequer in England and Wales. It is unknown exactly when the Exchequer was established, but the earliest mention appears in a royal writ of during the reign of King Henry I.

The oldest surviving Pipe Roll is that of p Pipe Rolls form a mostly continuous record of royal revenues and taxation; however, not all revenue went into the Exchequer, and some taxes and levies were. The revenue that the government collects from taxes is used to support social welfare payments and other allowances that are available to people living in Ireland.

The government is committed to broadening the tax base in order to reduce the tax workers pay, and to allow for investment in public services.

`Treatise of the Exchequer and Revenue of Ireland` by G. Howard Dublin: Printed By J. In History, Literature and Collectibles. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http. The Exchequer of Ireland was a body in the Kingdom of Ireland tasked with collecting royal revenue.

Modelled on the English Exchequer, it was created in after King John of England applied English law and legal structure to his Lordship of Exchequer was divided into two parts; the Superior Exchequer, which acted as a court of equity and revenue in a way similar to the English.

Exchequer deficit of € billion in July as tax revenues fell by % The deterioration of € billion in Ireland’s Exchequer was largely driven by increases in expenditure in response to Covid Revenues up at heavy engineering specialist despite headwinds. This new edition contains the texts and translations of two key documents in medieval English history.

The Dialogus de Scaccario, or Dialogue of the Exchequer, written by Richard fitzNigel - an insider at the court of Henry II (), has long formed the basis of historical knowledge of royal finance in the later twelfth century.

It focuses on the annual audit of the sheriffs' accounts that. Exchequer of Ireland. The Exchequer of Ireland developed in when King John of England reorganized the governance of his Lordship of Ireland and brought it more in line with English law. It consisted of the Superior Exchequer, a court of equity and revenue akin to the Exchequer of Pleas, and the Inferior Exchequer.

And corporate tax has been the key overperformer in the exchequer arithmetic in the last few years. The trend is continuing with this tax running almost 10 per cent ahead of target so far in 1 day ago  As Irish economy reawakens, we find Sleeping Beauty has a hangover Maybe Heather Humphreys was right and some jobs will never return Sat, Aug 8,A treatise of the exchequer and revenue of Ireland by: Howard, Gorges Edmond, Published: () A congratulatory letter to the Right Honourable Robert Lord Walpole, on his Lordship's being made auditor of the exchequer, in the room of the.

" Treatise of the Exchequer and Revenue of Ireland," Dublin,vol. 14, makes mention of it also, but merely states that the chief remembrancer " has in his custody the Red Book of the Ex chequer," and adds, in the Appendix, No.

1, vol. 47, the oaths of the officers and ministers of the Court of Exchequer, and of some. Exchequer of Ireland Last updated Novem The Exchequer of Ireland at work during the 15th century.

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