subsidy

[ suhb-si-dee ]

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUBSIDY

The man who is honest in his dealings with his fellowman has a subsidy which money cannot buy.

But they followed their old habits when the year had expired and the subsidy ceased.

On the 29th the crown debts were alleged as a reason for demanding a subsidy.

Prussia had agreed in the spring to accept an English subsidy.

It is ten years since I had a subsidy, in all which time I have been sparing to trouble you.

He contributed to the subsidy in Wilmecote in 1526 and 1546.

In 1567 he was assessed on goods to the value of £4 for the subsidy 3s.

Thomas Shackspeare, of Rowington, was assessed for the subsidy of 1597.

Subsidy Rolls of several Hundreds in Essex, a paper book, 246/19.

Had the subsidy been refused, the result would have been the same.

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