Twenty Years of Financial Policy: A Summary of the Chief Financial Measures Passed Between 1842 and 1861, with a Table of Budgets
Saunders, Otley, and Company, 1862 - 399 էջ
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Էջ 353 - That this House, recognising the necessity of providing for the increased expenditure of the coming financial year, is of opinion that it is not expedient to add to the existing deficiency by diminishing the ordinary revenue, and is not prepared to disappoint the just expectations of the country by reimposing the income-tax at an unnecessarily high rate.
Էջ 399 - SQUARE 66, Brook Street, Hanover Square, W. MESSRS. SAUNDERS, OTLEY, & Co.'s LITERARY ANNOUNCEMENTS. THE VOYAGE OF THE NOVARA ROUND THE WORLD. The Circumnavigation of the Globe, by the Austrian Frigate Novara. English Edition. Containing an Unpublished Letter from Baron Humboldt. With numerous wood engravings. Dedicated, by special permission, to Sir Roderick Murchison. 3 vols., 8vo. THE MARQUIS OF DALHOUSIE'S ADMINISTRATION of BRITISH INDIA.
Էջ 311 - That it would be expedient, before sanctioning the financial arrangements for the ensuing year, to adjust the estimated income and expenditure in a manner which shall appear best calculated to secure the country against the risk of a deficiency in the years 1858-9 and 1859-60, and to provide for such a balance of revenue and charge respectively in the year 1860 as may place it in the power of Parliament at that period, without embarrassment to the finances, altogether to remit the income-tax.