Element Value
Id 5783
Title Estimates, 1906-1919
Contributor British Foreign & Commonwealth Office
Coverage 1906-1919
Identifier 73044b-03
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Description These estimates of revenue illustrate how the Government made and spent its revenue from 1906 to 1915 and 1919. While expenditure was incurred upon various aspects of running the country; income came from the following sources, most relating to the river: Customs; Port Dues; Licenses, Excise, etc; Fees of Courts or Office etc; Post Office; Rent of Government Property; Government Vessels; Interest; 'Protectorate', including Hut Tax, Farm Rents, and Traders Licenses; and 'Miscellaneous Receipts' which chiefly consist of the proceeds of sale of old stores.
Format -
Language eng
Publisher Microform Academic Publishers
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Rights Content © British Foreign & Commonwealth Office; images © Microform Academic Publishers, 2014. All rights reserved.
Source Finance
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Subjects
Spatial