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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 (also called a taxman) is a person who collects unpaid taxes from other people or corporations on behalf of a government. The term could...
- favourite location for smuggling. Robert Burns made his living as an exciseman along that coastline in the late-eighteenth century. In 1469 the title...
- Dumfriesshire, settling there in June. He also took up a training position as an exciseman or gauger, which involved long rides and detailed bookkeeping. He was...
- and 1909. The material was recorded, translated, and reworked by the exciseman and folklorist Alexander Carmichael (1832–1912). Carmina Gadelica was...
- The Nuttall Encyclopedia: ****un. Robert Burns, The Deil's Awa Wi' Th' Exciseman. G. K. Chesterton, Lepanto. Valinora Troy's Review of Child of the Moon...
- mature works come from the 1660s; after he married and took a job as an exciseman in 1668 he painted less, and after 1689 apparently not at all. He was...
- Wiltshire-based rivals Swindon Town. Expanding the elisions gives "So the exciseman as asked un the question had his grin at un, but they had a good laugh...
- Scots version of “devil” (as in Robert Burns's “The Deil’s awa' wi' the Exciseman”), of which "dear" is likely a corruption. It was recorded by Burl Ives...
- citizens, and is p****ed by, unknown or forgotten." "Robert Burns as an Exciseman". "The Bermondsey Murder". Express (London). 28 August 1849. p. 2. Terry...
- Taylochan, Isle of Lismore – 6 June 1912, Barnton, Edinburgh) was a Scottish exciseman, folklorist, antiquarian, and author. Between 1860 and his death Carmichael...