quarterage

quar·ter·age

 (kwôr′tər-ĭj)
n.
A monetary allowance, wage, or payment made or received quarterly.

quarterage

(ˈkwɔːtərɪdʒ)
n
1. an allowance or payment made quarterly
2. rare shelter or lodging

quar•ter•age

(ˈkwɔr tər ɪdʒ)

n.
1. a quarterly payment, charge, or allowance.
2. shelter or lodging.
[1350–1400]

quarterage

a payment that is due quarterly or four times a year.
See also: Dues and Payment
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53) On October 16, 1567, Richard Ibbotson became a "brother" of the Brewers' Company, a higher level of membership that required paying quarterage dues but allowed him to register apprentices with the company, among other privileges.
20) In subsequent years, he is listed paying quarterage in the Drapers' accounts and in 1486, as a householder in his own right, became a liveried member of the company.