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Crimes Against Women

It was a tax on the revenue generated by the land itself but also on all property included on it, primarily wheat plantations, cattle and vineyards. In different words, it was a tax on total agricultural market revenue, which was in drive until the early 1860s, and good proof of it has survived for the 1830s and 1850s.