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We have the simplest form of the impost capital and the eight-lobed melon-formed capital.

ConstantinopleWilliam Holden Hutton

Mr. Pymme is considered to have been the father of this impost.

This, the chief direct tax of the Colony, was an annual impost of 1d.

The Long White CloudWilliam Pember Reeves

Mr. Creevey proposed the abolition of this impost; an impost on which were saddled so many pensions granted to the aristocracy.

It will be found that three-fourths of all the impost revenue of this country are derived from our commerce with the British.

The impost of extraordinary tithe—the whole system of tithe—again, is doomed when once the country begins to live its new life.

The Hills and the ValeRichard Jefferies

This impost was increased by the Assembly of 1732, to a duty of five per centum ad valorem, for four years.

A Defence of VirginiaRobert L. Dabney

The only relief measure was that the various protection-taxes were consolidated into an annual impost of 22,000 florins.

The second substituted for forced labor on roads and highways an impost to which all proprietors were equally liable.

By what is called the impost 1692, a duty of five-and-twenty per cent.

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