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The nation had fundamentally and systematically become a different sort of place. All forms of significant structural change that occurred in England during the century following the accession of George III were analytically a subset, an aspect, of a sweeping transformation of traditional society. Industrial change was merely the leading edge of that revolution. Toynbee specifically included an agricultural revolution within that larger context of change and linked it to the processes of industrialization.
The former interpretation is supported for some proportion of cases by the frequent incidence of such entries as "sundry persons" or "his tenants" in the occupier column. On some duplicates the tax entries represent only quarterly or half-yearly rather than yearly amounts. In rare cases a duplicate will report only valuational rents in the tax column, without identifying them as such. Redeemed entries, which no longer required collection, are sometimes quietly omitted. Quite frequently the individual assessments will not add up to the total for the township recorded at the bottom of the duplicate.
When we look more broadly at what actually happened to quotas in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, a slightly different story emerges. The great majority of quotas remained unaltered, but not all. Quotas seem to have been reduced during the first two decades of the nineteenth century throughout the North Riding of Yorkshire in all of those townships which had customarily imposed the land tax on government offices. The "land tax" was not at its inception designed to be only a tax on land.
A Measure of Wealth: The English Land Tax in Historical Analysis by Donald E. Ginter