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KYD, Stewart (d. 1811)
The substance of the Income Act, in a methodical arrangement of all its clauses, transposed as nearly as possible, according to their natural connection with each other: intended to give to general readers, without much labour, a clear idea of all its provisions. By Stewart Kyd, Esq. barrister at law. ...
London: printed for, and sold by Thomas Hurst; and Carpenter and Co., 1799.
64, ii p. ; 22.5 cm. (8°)

Printed on blue paper. The final leaf appends a 'Summary Of Proceedings Preparatory To The Assessments.' A layman's guide to the working of the Act (passed 39 Geo. III c.13) which from 5 April 1799 introduced a new tax on all personal and corporate income regardless of source. ESTC n24441.

Binding Bound in a numbered series of late 19th century half calf pamphlet volumes. (Archive, Trustees' Minutes 18 June 1866). With binder's stamp 'Bound By Mansell' on front pastedown.

Reference Number 2559


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