Definition of Tunnage. Meaning of Tunnage. Synonyms of Tunnage

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Definition of Tunnage

Tunnage
Tunnage Tun"nage (?; 48), n. [From Tun; cf. Tonnage.] See Tonnage.

Meaning of Tunnage from wikipedia

- Tonnage is a measure of the cargo-carrying capacity of a ship, and is commonly used to ****ess fees on commercial shipping. The term derives from the taxation...
- "William III, 1697-8: An Act for granting to His Majesty a further Subsidy of Tunnage and Poundage towards raiseing the Yearly Su[m]m of Seven hundred thousand...
- duties would be collected by the government, as well as for subsidies (tunnage and poundage) for royal expenses. These acts of revenue, previously established...
- this Act An Act for the Continuance of Processe and Judiciall Proceedings Tunnage and Poundage Act (c.4), with schedule of very high customs duties, which...
- the king's butler) Butlerage - successor to the above, payable in cash Tunnage and poundage - a further duty on wine (initially 2s per tun) and other...
- protects the Kingdom. Poundage was closely ****ociated with tonnage, or tunnage, which was a duty on every tun of wine imported. The levy was introduced...
- 'William III, 1697-8: An Act for granting to His Majesty a further Subsidy of Tunnage and Poundage towards raiseing the Yearly Su[m]m of Seven hundred thousand...
- Port of London. These included immunity for Hanseatic franchises from the Tunnage and Poundage levy, which had been guaranteed by the Utrecht Treaty of 1437...
- between 1371 and 1376, these were established as grants under the names Tunnage and Poundage, older dues being left intact. The clergy occupied a peculiar...
- Ordinance continuing, from 26 March 1647, to 26 March 1648, the Ordinances for Tunnage and Poundage dated 1 July 1642, and 21 February 1643/4, together with the...
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