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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jones, Richard, Remarks on the government bill for the commutation of tithe. London: B. Fellowes, Excerpt from Remarks on the Government Bill for the Commutation of Tithe The difficulties, which have hitherto introduced much heat and perplexity into discussions on this subject, are at the present moment somewhat lessened, by the very general assent of all who take an active part in such discussions to three : Richard Jones.
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3. ‘Remarks on the Government Bill for the Commutation of Tithes,’ London,8vo. ‘Remarks on the manner in which the Tithe should be Assessed to the Poor's Rate,’ &c., London,8vo. ‘A Letter to Sir R.
Peel to exempt all Persons from being Assessed as Inhabitants to the Parochial Rates,’ London, 6. Remarks on the government bill for the commutation of tithe / by R.
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The Tithe Bill of struck at the root of that. We protested at the time, and pointed out that if that Tithe Bill were carried it would strike at the root of the Welsh Act as it stood, but we could not prevent the Bill passing.
Therefore, the position is this: If the Church chooses, and takes up the option offered in the Bill, as I. The Tithe Commutation Act makes absolutely definite and known to every ratepayer the amount of the tithe rent-charge not severed from the benefice; the proviso inserted in the Parochial Assessments Act with the special object of protecting the tithe-owner from the full effects of that Act fails in its intention; and the result is, that an.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The Tithe Question in England in the Early Nineteenth Century - Volume 16 Issue 1 - W. WardCited by: 9. Tithe Commutation. Parish of Neath.
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ion against Tithe. renewed at the end of each six months. It was, indeed, to avoid this that in the tithe-owners consented to the Commutation, and surrendered the prospect of an increase in the value of tithe arising from a larger production of com, in consequence of improved cultivation and the reclamation.
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