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A TABLE OF THE ASSESSED TAXES, CHARGEABLE TO THE OTU APRIL, 1854, AND OF THE NEW DUTIES WHICH TAKE EFFECT FROM THAT PERIOD OLD DUTIES. f NEW DUTIES. SERVANTS. > No. per £ 8* d' i Servant. Ye a r £ s. d. £ s. d. 1 16 4 16 4 MALE SERVANTS, VIZ. Maitre d'Hotel, House Steward, Master of the 2 1 14 1 3 8 2 Horse, Groom of the Chambers, Valet de Chambre, Butler, Under 3 2 1 9 6 5 3 Butler, Clerk of the Kitchen, Confectioner, Cook, House Porter, Foot- 4 2 7 10 9 11 4 man, Running Footman, Coachman, Groom, Postillion, Stable Boy, or 5 2 13 1013 9 2 Helper in the Stables, Gardener, Park-keeper, Game-keeper, Huntsman, 6 2 16 7!16 19 6 L 1 i o Whipper-in, or by whatever name or names Males Servants really acting 7 2 17 8:20 4 3 each servant in any of the said capacities shall be called, or whether such Male Ser- 8 3 1 7j24 12 8 vants shall have been retained or employed in one or more of the said 9 3 7 1|30 3 9 capacities 10 3 13 136 10 10 11 4 4 1|46 4 11 I Above II 4 4 lleach For every Servant kept by Bachelors an additional duty of 12 0 each Repealed WAITERS—Employed by Keepers of Taverns, Coffee Houses, Inns, Ale- Houses, or other Licensed Houses, or in any Eating and Victualling- £ s. d. Houses, or Hotels, or Lodging-Houses, except occasional Waiters 1 13 0 110 MALE PERSONS—Occasionally employed as Servants, where the employer is chargeable for another Servant, or for any Carriage, or for more than one Horse for Riding, &c. 1 6 4 110 And where not chargeable for a Servant or for any Carriage, or for more than one Horse for Riding, &c. ° 0 11 0 Exempt SERVANTS LET TO HIRE-By Postmasters, Innkeepers, or other Licensed Persons, or Coachmakers, employed as Coachmen, Grooms, Postillions, or Helpers 17 6 110 Under Gardeners Exempt. 0 10 6 Under Gamekeepers 0 11 0 0 10 6 Servants under 18 years of age, and having a legal settlement in the Parish in which their Employer resides Exempt. 0 10 6 At Total without reference No. per per to a Parish Set- CARRIAGES.. Carriage Year. tlement. f £ s. d, £ s. d. 1 6 12 0 6 12 0 2 7 3 014 6 0 „ „ 3 7 14 023 2 0 CARRIAGES FOR PRIVATE USE, Chargeable on the User or OwT5er-1st. J 4 8 5 0 33 0 0 I „ ,A A With Four Wheels, and drawn by Two or more Horses for Private use 5 8 13 3,43 6 3K 6 9 0 4 54 2 0 eact1, 7 9 7 0165 9 0 8 9 13 7177 8 8 I 9 9 19 7l89 16 3 J And so on at the same rate m for any number of such For every additional Body used on the same Carriage if such Car- camages. riage has Four AVheels o A A If less than Feur Wheels 1 14 7 ( Repealed. 2nd. With Four Wheels, and drawn by One Horse or Mule onlV 4 19 0 2 0 0 3rd, With Four Wheels, each of less diameter than 30 inches, where the same shall be drawn by a Pony or Ponies, Mule or Mules exceeding 12 hands, and neither of them exceeding 13 hands in height' 3 11 6 1 15 0 Ditto drawn by Two or more Ponies under 12 hands i i r. n Ditto drawn by One Pony under 12 hands j^empt 10 0 tH1- !ess 'I1"11 Eour wueC!S' 'lraWT1 £ Wo Horses or Mules '.7. 4 19 0 2 0 0 5th. With less than Four Wheels, drawn by One Horse or Mule -illfi 0150 Ditto with Wheels under 30 inches, and drawn by a ponv under 12 hands -p in a Ditto with Wheels of any diameters, drawn by One Ponv under 13 ip hands on/* n in ft CARRIAGES LET TO HIRE—With One or more HNR«OA that the Post-horse Duty was accounted for-on each leHincr >w „ TS^Vnt by persons licensed to Let Post-horses u each letting by a Ticket, | Heswses and Mourning Carriages, and Carriao-eslkV o 0 0 ') „ other manner than as above named .° let with Horses m any 6 12 0 J Exempt. And where any of the aforesaid Carriages wero i (One-half of the for the purpose of being let for hire without Hor<jo<T n. J above-mention- vises 6 U U < Jn+iaa rp- Carriages with Four Wheels, used by Common n • • • n I for the carriage of Goods, but occasionally for the pJ- 86 wTth less'than Four Wheels!7 I l 6 16 8 „ At per Total HOUSES. Horse- perYear- f £ s. d. £ s. d. 1 111 7 1 11 7 2 2 11 11 5 3 10 3 2 17 5 8 12 3 4 3 0 6 12 2 0 5 3 1 3 15 63 6 3 3 9 19 2 6 \43061220 I 7 3 5 8 22 19 8 8 3 5 8 26 5 4 HORSES FOR RIDING, OK DRAWING CARRIAGES FOE PUTVATF TTHE 9 3 6 9 30 0 9 chargeable on the User or Owner—exceeding 13 hands ■{ 10 3 9 10 34 18 4 V 1 1 0 11 3 9 10 38 82 each. 12 3910 41 18 0 13 3 10 1 45 11 1 14 3 10 1 49 12 15 3101 52 11 3 16 3101 56 14 17 3104 59 15 8 J 18 3 10 11 63 16 6 19 3116 67 18 6 I 20 3 12 7 72 11 8 and so on at the same rate Race Horses, and Horses kept in training for Racing, chargeable on the ^s^df horSeS' Persons having the custody thereof t 17 n 17 0 };; I ""t4-. Where two were kept and no more, the second at 7.' .'1' 0 11 6 110 Other Horses of the height of 13 hands, and Mules 0 11 6 0 10 6 Horses or Mulea used by a Common Carrier in drawing any Carriage in their Trade 0 11 6 0 10 6 Ponies not exceeding 13 hands, used for the purpose of riding or drawing any Carriage chargeable with Duty. J 3 1 0 10 6 Ponies or Mules kept for any other purpose Exempt. 0 5 3 One Horse used by a Farmer for riding or drawing a Carriage not charge- 6 able with Duty Exempt. 0 10 6 One Horse used by any Rector, Vicar, or Curate doing duty in the Church ? £ J i?a?e!r •uWi1«u is Vicar, or Curate by any Minister of stablished Church of Scotland, or of any other Religious Sect or Persuasion in Scotland, being the regular ordained or officiating Minister, and not following any secular occupation by any Priest of the Roman Catholic faith by any Minister, Teacher, or Preacher of any separate Congregation of Protestant Dissenters, not following any secular occupa- tion, except that of a Schoolmaster Exempt. 0 10 € One Horse used by any Person practising as a. Physician, Surgeon, )r Apo- thecary, being duly qualified so to practise, for riding or drawing a Car- riage, provided one Horse only be kept — 1 11 7 O 10 6 One Horse used by a Bailiff, Shepherd, or Herdsman, for riding, &c. Exempt. 0 10 6 j) O G S A Greyhound 1 2 0 0 12 O See Note below. A Hound, Pointer, Setting Dog, Spaniel, Lurcher, or Terrier 0 15 4 0 12 0 A Dog, not being a Greyhound, Hound, Pointer, Setting Dog, Spaniel, „ „ Lurcher, or Terrier 0 8 9 0 12 0 A Pack of Hounds 39 12 0 39 12 0 NOTE.-No perscr to be charged more HORSE DEALERS' DUTY. than £9 for an; Every Person exercising the business of a Horse Dealer within London, West- number of Grey, minster, and Liberties the Parishes of St. Mary-le-bone and St. Pancras, hounds. inMiddlesex; the WeeklyBillsof Mortality; and the Borongh of Southwark 27 10 0 27 10 0 Every Person exercising the business of a Horse Dealer in any other part of Great Britain 13 15 0 13 15 0 HAIR POWDER. For Every Person who shall use Hair Powder. 1 5 10 136 ARMORIAL BEARINGS DUTY. Persons using Armorial Bearings, and keeping: a Coach or other taxable Carriage v 2 12 9 2 12 9 Persons not keeping such Carriage, but chargeable to the Inhabited House See Note below. Duty 1 6 4 0 13 2 Persons not keeping such Carriage, nor being chargeable to the Inhabited House Duty ••• 0 13 2 0 13 2 2S/"OTE Perso S are not now liable to more than 13s. 2d. duty, unless chargeable with the duty on a Carriage at the rate of £ 3 10s.

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