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Definition of Exciseman

Exciseman
Exciseman Ex*cise"man, n.; pl. Excisemen. An officer who inspects and rates articles liable to excise duty. --Macaulay.

Meaning of Exciseman from wikipedia

- A tax collector or a taxman is a person who collects unpaid taxes from other people or corporations. The term could also be applied to those who audit...
- favourite location for smuggling. Robert Burns made his living as an exciseman along that coastline in the late-eighteenth century. In 1469 the title...
- and 1909. The material was recorded, translated, and reworked by the exciseman and folklorist Alexander Carmichael (1832–1912). Carmina Gadelica was...
- Mercy, Mercy, Mercy Robert Burns Hey Ca' Thro And The Deil'S Awa Wi' The' Exciseman Schubert Der Leiermann (From Winterreise) 25 May 2002 Arnold Wesker C...
- Burns wrote "The Deil cam fiddlin thro' the town, And danc'd awa wi' th'Exciseman; And ilka wife cries auld ****un, I wish you luck o' the prize, man."...
- Taylochan, Isle of Lismore – 6 June 1912, Barnton, Edinburgh) was a Scottish exciseman, folklorist, antiquarian, and author. Between 1860 and his death Carmichael...
- Dumfriesshire, settling there in June. He also trained as a gauger or exciseman in case farming continued to be unsuccessful. He was appointed to duties...
- citizens, and is p****ed by, unknown or forgotten." "Robert Burns as an Exciseman". Terry Deary, Horrible Histories: The Villainous Victorians Brian P....
- where Exciseman Gill and Smuggler Bill met their deaths as told in the well-known poem, The Smuggler's Leap by Richard Harris Barham. Exciseman Gill sold...
- 1785 about the problems these high duties caused. Burns himself was an exciseman between 1789 and 1796. He was reported to be "not a bustling active gauger"...
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