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Tax bite #84

‘Exchequer’ comes from the Latin ‘scaccarium’, meaning a chess-board. In Norman times the name referred to the table covered with a cloth divided into squares, on which the accounts of the revenue were kept using counters. The office of Chancellor of the Exchequer was established in the reign of Henry III (1216-1272).

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