from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See tailage, tailager.


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  • Then they obeyed the king, and repaid it unto them of whom they had received it, and durst never after move the king to such matters, ne in none other like, so that all the days of S. Edward was neither task ne taillage levied among his commons, which was a great joy to the realm.

    The Golden Legend, vol. 6

  • Have we taxes of such weight, or anything at all of the compulsion, in the article of _salt_? do we pay any _taillage_, any

    The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 01 (of 12)

  • -- Cf. Book V, ch. 2, on the taillage.] [Footnote 1220: See "La France ecclésiastique, 1788," for these details.] [Footnote 1221: Official statements and manuscript reports of the

    The Ancient Regime


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