Taxation Under the Early Tudors 1485-1547
ISBN/ASIN: 9780631152316,9780470758298 | 2004 | English | pdf | 311/311 pages | 1.59 Mb
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell | Author: Roger Schofield(auth.)
Based on original research, this book marks an important advance in our understanding not only of the fiscal resources available to the English crown but also of the broader political culture of early Tudor England.
An original study of taxation under the early Tudors.
Explains the significance of the parliamentary lay taxation levied on individuals at this time.
Demonstrates the value of the mass of personal tax assessments from this period to social, economic and local historians.
Considers the critical position that parliamentary taxation occupies in constitutional history.
Sheds light on the political conditions and attitudes prevalent in England under the early Tudors. Content:
Chapter 1 Introduction (pages 1–8):
Chapter 2 Parliament (pages 9–26):
Chapter 3 The Fifteenth and Tenth (pages 27–71):
Chapter 4 The Evolution of the Directly Assessed Subsidy (pages 72–92):
Chapter 5 Directly Assessed Subsidies 1513–47 (pages 93–139):
Chapter 6 The Procedure and the Records of the Exchequer (pages 140–167):
Chapter 7 The Yields of the Taxes (pages 168–177):
Chapter 8 The Efficiency of the Collection of the Taxes (pages 178–200):
Chapter 9 Taxation and the Political Limits of the Tudor State (pages 201–218):