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Exchequer, Treasury of the Receipt

Exchequer, Treasury of the Receipt

ancient deeds, series A (E.40/13673-15068) : calendar.

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Published by Swift in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Great Britain. Exchequer -- Archives -- Catalogs.,
    • Great Britain. Public Record Office -- Catalogs.,
    • Deeds -- Great Britain -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.,
    • Great Britain -- History, Local -- Sources -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.,
    • Great Britain -- Genealogy -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.

    • Edition Notes

      Spine title: Exchequer (T.R.), ancient deeds (E.40/13673-15068)

      Other titlesAncient deeds, series A (E.40/13673-15068), Exchequer (T.R.), ancient deeds (E.40/13673-15068)
      SeriesList & Index Society ;, v. 151, List & Index Society (Series) ;, v. 151.
      ContributionsList & Index Society.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCD1056 1978
      The Physical Object
      Pagination203 p. ;
      Number of Pages203
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3041733M
      LC Control Number82133987

      History of the Exchequer in England and Wales. At an early stage in England (certainly by , the 23rd year of the Reign of Henry II which is the date of the Dialogue concerning the Exchequer [1]), the Exchequer was split into two components: the purely administrative Exchequer of Receipt, which collected revenue, and the judicial Exchequer of Pleas, a court concerned with the King's revenue. The word came quite early to be applied to the two jointly, the "lower" Exchequer, or "Receipt," closely connected with the per manent Treasury, being an office for the receipt and payment of money, while the "upper" Exchequer (the scaccarium proper) was a court sitting twice a year to regulate accounts and closely related to the Curia Regis.

      In the civil service of the United Kingdom, Her Majesty’s Exchequer, [1] or just the Exchequer, is the accounting process of central government and the government's current account i.e. money held from taxation and other government revenues in the Consolidated Fund. [2] It can be found used in various financial documents including the latest departmental and agency annual accounts. Henry Guy to the Auditor of the Receipt to issue as follows out of the Exchequer, viz.: l. Disposition Book XI, said ,l. and interest is to be satisfied out of any unappropriated treasure which shall thenceforth come into the Exchequer. (Treasury warrant dated Sept. 14 hereon to the Receipt to take in such loans accordingly.

      Oct 28,  · Exchequer in the 12th Century. Exchequer in the 12th Century book. Exchequer in the 12th Century. DOI link for Exchequer in the 12th Century. Exchequer in the 12th Century book. By R. L. Poole. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 28 October Author: R. L. Poole. By the King. A proclamation for removing the receipt of His Majesties Exchequer from Non-such to Westminster Published: () The ancient exchequer of England the treasury and origin of the present management of the exchequer and treasury of Ireland / by: Thomas, F. S. ? Published: ().


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Exchequer: Treasury of the Receipt: Domesday Book etc Description: This series contains the oldest of the public records, the two volumes which comprise Domesday Book, which were formerly in the Exchequer Treasury of Receipt.

The larger, Great Domesday, is the digest of the survey ordered by William I at Gloucester at Christmas Exchequer: Treasury Treasury of the Receipt book the Receipt: Miscellaneous Books Description: This series brings together records now bound together in book form which were preserved amongst the records of the Exchequer, Treasury of the Receipt.

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The lower Exchequer, or receipt, closely connected with the permanent Treasury. A treasury receipt is a type of zero-coupon bond. That is, the investor is not paid in installments of interest.

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The Teller of the Receipt of the Exchequer was an office in the English Exchequer. The Tellers of the Exchequer received any money to be paid into the Exchequer, noted the amount in a book, and sent a copy of the entry, called a Teller's Bill, to the Tally Court so that a tally could be made of it.

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4. (1) All persons concerned in the collection, receipt, custody and payment or issue of public moneys, stores, stamps, securities or other State property shall obey all such instructions as they may from time to time receive from the Treasury in respect of public moneys, stores, stamps, securities or other State property, or accounting for the.Mar 26,  · A Book of All the severall Officers of the Court of Exchequer, together with the Names of the Present Officers, in whose Gift, and how admitted.

With a brief Collection of the chief Heads of what every Officer Usually doth by virtue of his Office, according to the State of the Exchequer at this day [no date].

[A manuscript copy.] by.Entry Book: JunePages Calendar of Treasury Books, out of Customs money paid into the Exchequer for that purpose. Disposition Book II, p. Same to the Auditor of the Receipt to reserve for the Treasury Lords' disposal the abovesaid 2,l. which .