With the union of the exchequers the union of the countries was completed.
But he has no knives, nor hatchets, nor bellows; and no theatres nor exchequers.
After the amalgamation of the Exchequers in 1817 the case becomes clearer.
The last remnants of self-government disappeared with the absorption of the two exchequers in 1817.
The Bill provides for the apportionment between the two Exchequers of liability for existing loans raised for Irish services.
It makes no allowance also for the debt which Ireland brought into the Union when the Exchequers were amalgamated in 1817.
I will be cheater to them both, and they shall be exchequers to me; they shall be my East and West Indies.
The Mussulman Governors often took advantage of this prejudice, when their exchequers were empty.
But the sources of the large rentals that flowed into the exchequers of the landlords—what were they?
Went to the Chancellor of the Exchequers with documents to sustain my case as set forth in the correspondence.