Word:

Tallage

Tal´lage
n.1.(O. Eng. Law) A certain rate or tax paid by barons, knights, and inferior tenants, toward the public expenses.
v. t.1.To lay an impost upon; to cause to pay tallage.

TALLAGE. This word is derived from the French tailler, and signifies literally to cut. In England it is used to signify subsidies, taxes, customs, and indeed any imposition whatever by the government for the purpose of raising a revenue. Bac. Ab. Smuggling, &c. B; Fortesc. De Laud. 26; Madd. Exch. ch. 17; 2 Inst. 531, 532 Spelm. Gl. h.v.

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