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" and many villages paid as high as ten rupees per acre on the cultivated area, so that many villages were obliged to eke out their revenue by taxing trades, hiring carts and the like. In fact the cultivators were only left sufficient to keep body and soul... "
Statistical, descriptive and historical account of the North-western ... - Page 432
edited by - 1876
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District Gazetteers of the United Provinces of Agra and Oudh, Volume 4

1904
...to twelve per cent. on the revenue. In good villages sugarcane land was rated at Rs. 18 per bżgha, and many villages paid as high as ten rupees per acre...left sufficient to keep body and soul together. Mr. Plowden writes: “The rule seems to have been fully recognised and acted up to by the Begam, which...
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