Tax Cartoons

A man who sends a fifty-pound note for unpaid income tax

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Wife excited about a letter marked 'On Her Majesty's Service', though husband knows it is about taxes.

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Dignity and Impudence.

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A cheerful Tory and a depressed Liberal

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Calls for Income Tax Reduction

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Disraeli Stands for Protectionism

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Tax, man, businessman

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A political ballad-singer c. 1730

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Colliers and the Coal Districts

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Tax book.

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Burning tax book

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Gladstone returning to Westminster without a new ticket

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Burning tax book

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Tax on home made beer causes a woman to stop brewing

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Income Tax Hikes

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Prosperous John Bull

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1876 Budget - £150 Threshold on Income Tax Exemption Introduced

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Happy, jumping for joy, businessman

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The Parliamentary Python

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Happy, taxman, happy

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The 'New Monster' excise duties draws Sir Robert Walpole's carriage and pours money into his lap

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Vector, talking, cartoon character

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Jumping for joy, businessman, taxman

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Taxation, Militarism and Corruption Weigh Down the British Public

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