advertisement duty

advertisement duty defined in 1939 year

advertisement duty - Advertisement Duty;
advertisement duty - Tax on advertisements in force in the United Kingdom from 1712-1853. It was a stamp duty charged on all advertisements in newspapers at the rate of 3s. 6d. for each paragraph. In 1833 it was 1s. 6d. in Great Britain and 1s. in Ireland, and in 1853 it was abolished. In 1830 it produced £170,000, of which The Times paid £70,000.

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