Report from the Select Committee on Public Establishments (Exemption from Rates)

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1858, sessional number 444. xxii and 90 pp. Minute of Appointment, Report, Proceedings of the Committee, Minutes of Evidence, Appendix and Index. Committee appointed June 1858 ‘to inquire into the Operation of the Law, as it at present stands, by which Land occupied by Public Establishments is rendered Exempt from Local Rates and Taxes’. The Chairman was Sir G[eorge] Cornewall Lewis [1806-1863, Chancellor of the Exchequer, see D.N.B.]. Evidence given by 19 witnesses including William Golden Lumley, Assistant Secretary to the Poor Law Board, William Devereux, Clerk of Portsmouth [Poor Law] Union, George Sheppard, Chairman of Portsmouth Paving Commissioners, George Buchanan, Clerk of Chatham Board of Guardians, James Allanson Picton, architect, surveyor and Member of Liverpool Town Council, Samuel Saw, Clerk to Greenwich [Poor Law] Union, Thomas Woollcombe, Town Clerk of Devonport, Revd Thomas Walpole, Incumbent of Alverstoke {Devon], Thomas Henry Field, solicitor and Clerk to Alverstoke [Poor Law] Guardians, and Edward Roberts, Clerk to the Magistrates of the Forest Division of Berkshire. Chief matters and places investigated and reported upon include abolition of exemptions, assessment, Bethlem Hospital, Southwark, Chatham, Deptford, Devonport, exemptions, government establishments, Liverpool, official residences, Portsmouth, Portsea, Sandhurst College, Somerset House, Woolwich, workhouses, etc. Folio. Good condition. Rebound in blue buckram boards with gold titling. N° de ref. de la librería

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Descripción 1858, sessional number 444. xxii and 90 pp. Minute of Appointment, Report, Proceedings of the Committee, Minutes of Evidence, Appendix and Index. Committee appointed June 1858 ‘to inquire into the Operation of the Law, as it at present stands, by which Land occupied by Public Establishments is rendered Exempt from Local Rates and Taxes’. The Chairman was Sir G[eorge] Cornewall Lewis [1806-1863, Chancellor of the Exchequer, see D.N.B.]. Evidence given by 19 witnesses including William Golden Lumley, Assistant Secretary to the Poor Law Board, William Devereux, Clerk of Portsmouth [Poor Law] Union, George Sheppard, Chairman of Portsmouth Paving Commissioners, George Buchanan, Clerk of Chatham Board of Guardians, James Allanson Picton, architect, surveyor and Member of Liverpool Town Council, Samuel Saw, Clerk to Greenwich [Poor Law] Union, Thomas Woollcombe, Town Clerk of Devonport, Revd Thomas Walpole, Incumbent of Alverstoke {Devon], Thomas Henry Field, solicitor and Clerk to Alverstoke [Poor Law] Guardians, and Edward Roberts, Clerk to the Magistrates of the Forest Division of Berkshire. Chief matters and places investigated and reported upon include abolition of exemptions, assessment, Bethlem Hospital, Southwark, Chatham, Deptford, Devonport, exemptions, government establishments, Liverpool, official residences, Portsmouth, Portsea, Sandhurst College, Somerset House, Woolwich, workhouses, etc. Folio. Good condition. Rebound in blue buckram boards with gold titling. Nº de ref. de la librería 118501

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