aulnage


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aulnage

(ˈɔːlnɪdʒ)
n
another name for alnage
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The drawbacks to English trade are dishonest aulnage, dishonest packing of fish, statute of bankruptcy, taxes on home manufactures, statutory obligation to serve apprentice, export of coin, trade bye-laws, bad poor laws, scarcity of labour, the Fire and the Plague and the heavy land taxes which preceded them; usual plenty of corn, racking up of rents 51 and 52, high bank rates, anticipation of revenue, improvement of Ireland, which exports to the colonies in Dutch ships, The Irish Cattle Act ineffectual.