Tax: Paid in Grain
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Amos 5:11
For as much therefore as your treading is on the poor, and you take from him burdens of wheat: you have built houses of hewn stone, but you shall not dwell in them; you have planted pleasant vineyards, but you shall not drink wine of them.
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Amos 7:1
Thus has the Lord GOD showed to me; and, behold, he formed grasshoppers in the beginning of the shooting up of the latter growth; and, see, it was the latter growth after the king's mowings.
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Connecticut at the Close of the Revolution
... collected with the public tax, and paid out to ... would cease to operate, because their
tax would continue ... [c] Horses, cattle, beef, pork, stages, flour, grain. ...
/.../chapter xii connecticut at the.htm

Travelling in Palestine --Roads, Inns, Hospitality, Custom-House ...
... Landed property was subject to a tax of one-tenth of all grain, and one-fifth of
the wine and fruit grown, partly paid in product and partly commuted into money ...
/.../sketches of jewish social life/chapter 4 travelling in palestineroads.htm

The Political Constitution of Egypt
... As the products in which the tax was paid took various ... to receive it; herdsmen and
sheds for the oxen, measurers and granaries for the grain, butlers and ...
/.../chapter ithe political constitution of.htm

The Call of Matthew - the Saviour's Welcome to Sinners - Rabbinic ...
... The ground-tax amounted to one-tenth of all grain and one-fifth of the wine and
fruit grown; partly paid in kind, and partly commuted into money. ...
/.../edersheim/the life and times of jesus the messiah/chapter xvii the call of.htm

Chapter xlvii
... he blessed," very poorly as "greeted" or "paid his respects ... and provided the Egyptians
with seed grain and merely charged what was not an exorbitant tax for a ...
/.../christianbookshelf.org/leupold/exposition of genesis volume 1/chapter xlvii.htm

Epistle Xliv. To Peter, Subdeacon of Sicily.
... familiƦ) also we desire the legacy to be paid; which, however ... the text may be to
refuse and inferior grain or other ... to have been a kind of land tax, payable in ...
/.../the epistles of saint gregory the great/epistle xliv to peter subdeacon.htm

A Successful Man of Affairs.
... not only had control of the storehouses of grain in the ... is evidence of marked ability,
the homage paid to it ... Does Joseph's land policy justify the single tax? ...
/.../kent/the making of a nation/study vii a successful man.htm

Book ii.
... the same being will rise again, now more honourable for having paid the tax of death ...
Grain is sown, grain comes up again: fruit is sown, fruit comes up again ...
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Private Property and the Common Good
... and there will I bestow all my grain and my ... individuals, like hired soldiers and
Roman tax-farmers, he ... The tenant farmers of a great estate paid their rent in ...
/.../the social principles of jesus/chapter viii private property and.htm

Another Royal Procession
... that when those glorious days come honors are paid to him ... the free-will offering
to be a tax, when they ... broken up, friable, ready to receive the grain, and the ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 18 1872/another royal procession.htm



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