These towns have each a governor, whom they call gadare, over whom is the educ, or lieutenant, and both accountable to an officer called the afamacon, or mouth of the King; because he receives the revenues
, which he pays into the hands of the relatinafala, or grand master of the household: sometimes the Emperor creates a ratz, or viceroy, general over all the empire, who is superior to all his other officers.
The Utility of the Union In Respect to Revenue
From the New York Packet.
Secondly, since of my favor I gave him land upon his coming, he refuses to pay revenue
She appeared never to have thought of that; she had been living wastefully for years, in a house five times too big for her, on a footing that I could explain only by the presumption that, excessive as it was, the space she enjoyed cost her next to nothing and that small as were her revenues
they left her, for Venice, an appreciable margin.
And then there are the estates of the Church--league on league of the richest lands and the noblest forests in all Italy--all yielding immense revenues
to the Church, and none paying a cent in taxes to the State.
The art or science of managing revenues
and resources for
His plan, in its simplest form, was to revise taxation and lower it in a way that should not diminish the revenues
of the State, and to obtain, from a budget equal to the budgets which now excite such rabid discussion, results that should be two-fold greater than the present results.
Why, in the end, King John's kingdom was blacklisted and boycotted by the traders till the revenues
diminished to zero, the people went bankrupt, and King John couldn't borrow a shilling from his most powerful chief.
Now that the Commune had some revenues
of its own, no opposition was raised in any quarter when they were spent on building a town-hall, with a free school for elementary education in the building and accommodation for a teacher.
And for this reason, I said, money and honour have no attraction for them; good men do not wish to be openly demanding payment for governing and so to get the name of hirelings, nor by secretly helping themselves out of the public revenues
to get the name of thieves.
There are two royal fish so styled by the English law writers -- the whale and the sturgeon; both royal property under certain limitations, and nominally supplying the tenth branch of the crown's ordinary revenue
Livesey's; the rest were revenue
officers, whom he had met by the way, and with whom he had had the intelligence to return at once.