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Papers on rates and tax assessments
- 1877 - 1914
- Part of
- The Retreat Archive
- Archives and manuscripts
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Correspondence and papers and notes. Covers poor rates, income tax, house duty and land tax. Most material is mid 1890s to 1905. Includes a letter from Inland Revenue, 1877, on numbers of Retreat servants, carriages etc, compared to previous year; ms. report of meeting of ratepayers in Gate Fulford re. objections to York Extension and Improvement Bill 1884 (Dr Baker one of committee to wait on council to express views); instructions to Counsel to advise in Appeal against Assessment by York Union Assessment Committee 1905; bill from J.R. Wood for legal work done for The Retreat 1902-3 in connection with inland revenue claims for tax (also includes costs of legal work done re. sale to St Joseph's Convent of land on Heslington Road (for the latter, see also RET 2/2/10/3)
1877 - 1914