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" I should say to the stockholder, as one of the public, if you expect from the state the protection which is common to us all, you ought also to make the sacrifice which we are called upon to make. It is not peculiar to you, it does not belong to the quality... "
The Parliamentary Register: Or an Impartial Report of the Debates that Have ... - Page 106
by Great Britain. Parliament - 1798
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1853
...which ia common to us all, you ought also to make the sacrifice which wo are called upon to make. It ia not peculiar to you ; it does not belong to the quality of your income ; but it is made genor.il, and required from all.' "— [ Hansard, Part. Hist, xxxiv. 14, 15,] Those last words will...
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The Right Hon. Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield, K. G., and ..., Volume 1

Alexander Charles Ewald - Great Britain - 1881 - 1198 pages
...expect from the state the protection which is common to us all, you ought also to make the sacrifice which we are called upon to make. It is not peculiar...income; but it is made general, and required from all.' " Had not Mr. Disraeli acted upon these suggestions? Stockholders had not been taxed ' separately and...
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Direct taxes and stamp duties

Stephen Dowell - Taxation - 1884
...expect from the state the protection which is common to us all, you ought also to make the sacrifice which we are called upon to make. It is not peculiar...from all ; you could not embark your capital in any others species of security in which it would not be subject to the same charge. I do not know what...
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The Income Tax: A Study of the History, Theory and Practice of Income ...

Edwin Robert Anderson Seligman - Income tax - 1911 - 711 pages
...payments by any Act or Acts of Parliament specifically iar to you, it does not belong to the quality'of your income, but it is made general and required from...all; you could not embark your capital in any other species of security in which it would not be subject to the same charge. I do not know what objection...
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Income Tax

1914 - 400 pages
...specifically exempted from the payment of taxes or aids." — 38 George III, c. 5, sec. 3 (1797). iar to you, it does not belong to the quality of your...all; you could not embark your capital in any other species of security in which it would not be subject to the same charge. I do not know what objection...
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