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British Radicalism, 1791-1797 Volume 49, No. 1
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British Radicalism, 1791-1797 Volume 49, No. 1

Walter Phelps Hall

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 Excerpt: ...franchises, according to locality and the nature of the tax.4 This franchise continued only for a fixed period, usually for a year. Although the historical data are incomplete, it seems that the importance of the undertaking and the degree of responsibility demanded from those who applied for the franchise made some form of combination essential. But as the state always insisted upon dealing with a single individual, probably for the sake of 1 Sohm-Ledlie, op. cit., sec. 37, p. 205 note. As an illustration of the extent to which this segregation proceeded, it is interesting to recall that as late as the early Roman Empire, a legacy to the temple of Diana was a legacy to Diana; and to escape the incapacity of celibacy introduced by the Lex Papia et Poppaea, Diana had to receive formally the jus Uberorum. Ihering, Scherz und Ernst in der Jurisprudenz (4th ed.), p. 113. 8 For the origin and early development of this institution among the Greeks and Egyptians, see Bockh-Fraenkel, Die Staatshaushaltung der Athener; Lumbroso, Recherches sur Veconomie politique de I'Egypte sous les Lagides, cited Lehmann, op. cit., p. 6 note. Kniep, Societas publicanorum, p. 90. simplicity and a greater concentration of responsibility, the group formation was employed only in the execution of the enterprise and the division of the profit (or loss). It did not function in transactions with the state itself. The chief publican, or manceps (sometimes called anctor emptionis) thus organized his enterprise into a joint association (societas publicanorum) for the purpose of raising capital in sufficiently large amount to guarantee his success in bidding for the franchise. For the capital advanced, his associate capitalists became partners (socii, fitrixovrtc) according to agreement.1 Th...

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Book: British Radicalism, 1791-1797 Volume 49, No. 1
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ISBN-13: 9781151935823
Product Code 9781151935823
Binding: Paper Back
Publishing Date: 2012-05-09
Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
Number of Pages: 00162
Language: English

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