Thesaurus / levy
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The Assembly claimed the exclusive right to levy general taxes.

(c) Levy rates on the rental values of the district, and borrow money on the security of such rates for any of the above purposes.

The ſame meaſures which ruin one claſs, ſerve as a pretext to oppreſs and levy contributions on the reſt.

The levy of children was regarded by the Christians as a blood tax of a terrible kind.

The oysters are taken ashore to be opened, and Turkish inspectors are on hand to levy a tax on the product.

In the levy per communam the assessment was made through the wardmoots (in London) and the burden fell on the poorer class.

When an individual defies the law, you can lock him up in jail, or levy an execution upon his property.

It is probable that he tried to levy taxes without the consent of the Assembly.

Give Me LibertyThomas J. Wertenbaker

And in this rotten old country, a man must have nails a yard long to fight with a devil like Levy!

My Novel, CompleteEdward Bulwer-Lytton

Orders were speedily given for a levy of troops, both in infantry and cavalry, to be called Hanseatic volunteers.

Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, CompleteLouis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne

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