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Remarks on the collection of dog tax in North Uist, c1871

Identifier: Coll-97/CW90/72

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Remarks on the collection of dog tax in North Uist [Uibhist a Tuath] written by Robert Urquhart, preventive officer. Some of the remarks are referenced by number, which correlate to the list at the beginning of the volume (see CW90/2), others are unnumbered. Examples of remarks are 'to pay on Wednesday first at Lochmaddy by Mr McAulay', 'Says never pay a penny for his Dog & he will not Dispense with it either', 'Mr McLean Catchist is poorly but will pay it in a month when he gets his Salary' and 'This lame boy pro[mised] last year to Kill his dog which he hasnt done'.


  • c1871

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From the Series: 72 folios ; 12.7 x 20 cm