Public revenues and expenditures of Ireland in the 18th century

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1. Revenue1. Taxation1. Regular taxation1. Customs
2. Excise
3. Duties
4. Licenses
5. Hearth tax
6. Four shillings tax
7. Poundage
8. Prizage
2. Misc. taxation1. Poll tax
2. Land tax
3. Subsidy charge
4. Pells fees
5. Alnage
6. French tonnage
7. Plantation duty
3. (Deduct) Drawbacks --- generic0. Drawbacks
2. Non-tax revenue1. Regular non-tax1. Casual revenue
2. Quit and crown rents
3. Public coal yards
4. Post office
5. Fines, seizures, forfeitures
6. Repayments (military), etc.
7. Net Lottery receipts
2. Misc. non-tax1. Repaid grants, etc.
2. Profit by exchange, coin, etc.
3. Other misc. receipts
2. Expenditure1. Debt interest1. Annuities1. Annuities (generic)
2. Annuities (Bank of Ireland)
3. Annuities (life)
4. Annuities (long)
5. Annuities (short)
2. Other interest1. Interest (generic)
2. Interest (on debentures)
3. Interest (on stock)
4. Interest (on loan)
5. Interest (on Treasury Bills)
2. Non-interest expenditure1. Civil1. Government
2. Development
3. Charitable, incl. churches
4. Other civil expenditure
2. Military1. Army (generic)
2. Subsistence, clothing, arrears, etc.
3. Regiments, etc.
4. Pay, allowances, etc.
5. Pensions
6. Ordnance, garrisons, barracks
7. Military hospitals, schools, etc.
8. Militia, district corps
9. Naval
10. Misc military expenditure


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