Catalog Record: An act for an assessment at the rate of one hundred and twenty thousand pounds by the moneth for six moneths, from the twenty fifth day of December 1653. to the twenty fourth day of Iune then next ensuing : towards the maintenance of the armies and navies of this Commonwealth | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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An act for an assessment at the rate of one hundred and twenty thousand pounds by the moneth for six moneths, from the twenty fifth day of December 1653. to the twenty fourth day of Iune then next ensuing : towards the maintenance of the armies and navies of this Commonwealth / Thursday the 24th of November, 1653.

Related Names: Field, John -1668.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed by John Field, Printer to the Parliament of England, 1653.
Subjects: England and Wales. > Royal Navy > Appropriations and expenditures > Early works to 1800.
England and Wales. > Army > Appropriations and expenditures > Early works to 1800.
Taxation > Law and legislation > England > Early works to 1800.
Note: Signatures: 2Y-2Z⁴, 3A-3H⁴.
Page 295 numbered 395.
Physical Description: 2 unnumbered pages, 263-339 pages ; 29 cm (folio)
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