The Extraordinary Black Book: An Exposition of Abuses in Church and State, Courts of Law, Representation, Municipal and Corporate Bodies, with a Précis of the House of Commons, Past, Present, and to Come

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Effingham Wilson, 1832 - 683 Seiten
 

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Impositions practised in repect of poor livings o
55
Comparative cost of Church of England and other churches
63
True policy of thechurch expounded
70
Defects in the book ofCommon Prayer nu un
76
Dissenters like Roman slaves never numbered o
79
Tabular statement of religious denominations in England
85
Rights of layimpropriators examined o
91
Valuation of Sees and Dignities in the Kings Book
131
CHAPTER III
137
Wealth bequeathed to their families by the bishops
142
Statement of sums to be paid in lieu of tithes in several parishes
148
Estimate of the revenues of the Protestant establishment
154
Nonresidence of bishops and parochial clergy
160
Proportion of Roman Catholics and Protestants
166
Return of promotions in the Irish church
172
Crisis of the Irish Church at the close 0f1831
179
Origin and history of the crown lands
186
Amount and appropriation of landed revenues nanosecooouonoo
192
Estimate ofthe valueofcrown landsHun H
195
Fourandahalf per cent Leeward Island duties
203
Statement of produce of hereditary revenues of the crown
210
Publication of the court pensionlist
216
Total expenditure from accession of Geo III to the death of
225
Peculiar death of Geo IV and his chief counsellors Q
234
PRIVY COUNCILDIPLOMATIC MISSIONSA
244
Consular establishments
250
Clergy lords and commons deviated from original objects of their
256
Injustice of aristocratic taxation
262
Aristocratic game lawsa specimen of late tyranny of the
268
Diflerent classes of society and their respective incomes
277
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283
LAW AND COURTS OF
286
Deadweightannuity Projects 0000 0 00 H H
354
Examination of question on violation of national faith
360
TAXATION AND GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE
366
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374
Losses sustained bythe colonialsystemnHHu
381
Sea policies fire insurance and stamp duties o
387
Newspaper press not injured by abolition of stamp duties
393
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421
A class of politicians with one idea
428
Resumption of cashpayments in 1823
435
Sources of Bank profits and their enormous amount
436
Directors have not acted on sound principles of banking
442
Annual sums payable to the Bank by the public
448
Origin of corporations guilds and fraternities
454
Management and revenues of companies of the City of London
460
Corporationof Cityof LondonunuuHun HUUUHH
467
Corporatioan Leeds
474
Salaries and number of persons employed in the public oflices
480
Pensionroll amounts to 805022 per annum
489
Salaries and pensions exceeding 1000 0
497
ALPHABETIC LIST or PLACEMEN PENSIONERS SINECURISTS
505
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558
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578
AddendumtoPlace and Pension listnuHH nu Hun
589
Revolution of 1688 did not concede to the industrious orders their
595
Principles which ought to determine the _elective qualification
601
Constitutional changes valueless in themselves o
606
Population houses c of boroughs not disfranchised u
612
corporatiQHOfStaflord oooooooooo oooooooeonceog
615
Number of parliaments held in each reign
621
APPENDIX
627
Return of cities and towns with a population exceeding
636

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