King, Parliament, and public finance in medieval England to 1369

Harriss, G. L

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  • Creator G. L. Harriss
  • Format Books
  • Publication Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1975.
  • Physical Details
    • xii, 554 pages ; 22 cm
  • ISBNs 9780198224358, 0198224354
  • OCLC ocm01820718

Notes

  • Includes index.
  • Bibliography: pages [531]-543.

Contents

  • Part One: The Emergence of Public Finance -- The Origins of National Taxation -- The Growth of National Taxation, 1217-1290 -- The First Crisis over Taxation, 1294-1297 -- Parliament, Taxation, and Military Service, 1297-1337 -- Parliamentary Taxation and the Redress of Grievances, 1297-1337 -- The Fisc -- The Ordinances and the Demand for Resumption, 1307-1343 -- Exchequer, Chamber, and Wardrobe to 1307 -- Exchequer and Wardrobe, 1307-1347 -- Part Two: King, Parliament, and the Burdens of War, 1337-1369 -- The Second Crisis over Taxation: I The Crisis in the Country, 1337-1339 -- The Second Crisis over Taxation: II The Parliamentary Crisis, 1339-1340 -- The Second Crisis over Taxation: III Stratford's Administration, 1340 -- The Second Crisis over Taxation: IV Parliament and the Crown, 1341-1343 -- The Lay Subsidies, 1344-1360 -- Parliamentary Taxation and Prerogative Levies, 1343-1362: I Principles and Procedures -- Parliamentary Taxation and Prerogative Levies, 1343-1362: II Purveyance and Military Service -- Parliamentary Taxation and Prerogative Levies, 1343-1362: III Judicial and Feudal Dues -- Parliament and Mercantile Taxation: I The Maltolt -- Parliament and Mercantile Taxation: II Other Levies -- King, Parliament, and Public Finance in Time of Peace, 1360-1369
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