Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Cartoon by W K Haselden entitled, "All Profits Over Twenty Per Cent!" commenting on taxation of the worker by the state from the Daily Mirror in 1919.
Description of the Canadian customs revenue figures for June 1911-1912 showing an increase in the amount.
Two letters from Inland Revenue sent to the Edinburgh Gay Switchboard Trust:
1) 13/10/1993 - Charity Recognition Letter. Confirms that EGS has been recognised "as a charity for the purposes of Section 505, Income and Corporation Taxes Act 1998".
2) 12/04/1996 - Charity Recognition Letter. Confirms that EGS has been recognised "as a charity for the purposes of Section 505, Income and Corporation Taxes Act 1998".
Excise journal marked 'III Set Journal' for Greenock, Renfrewshire showing the nature of the transaction, the individual involved, the amount of money and, in some cases, the date. Text on folio 3v has been scored through in ink.
Indistinct note possibly relating to excise collection which reads 'June 6 [ep] 8 A. A. C., 6 up 9 A. A. C' [A.A.C. being Alexander Archibald Carmichael].
List of dog owners in Uibhist a Tuath/North Uist written by Alexander Carmichael as part of his excise duties and the date of inspection, when the ownership of a dog was verified, recorded by 'RU' [Robert Urquhart]. The list records the name, occupation and abode of the dog owner, the date 'dog seen' and by whom it was seen. There are eighty three names on the list with folios 5v and 6r being blank. The list has been scored through in ink.
List of 'Tobacco Licences' in North Uist [Uibhist a Tuath] composed of the name and abode of eleven islanders, written by Alexander Carmichael and notes against some of them written by Robert Urquhart, preventive officer. Spaces within the list have been used by Carmichael for his folklore notes. The notes on folio 46r have been scored through.
Topics discussed include: a handover from the outgoing Treasurer; a list of current balances; answers to questions given to the Treasurer relating to costs and tax; and external funds from discos.
Note about 'prac' [church teinds] probably given by John Moireson [John Morison] of Bragar [Eilean Leòdhais /Isle of Lewis], which is noted as a rent paid in kind with food. The note states that to get these factors were 'trampling over the poor people with a heart of stone.'