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Public Revenue - E GYP T 402 the latter are white and firm...

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E GYP T ' 402 , threatened him with severe punishment the latter are white and firm," he demanded for his negligence, and as an example to that he "look to the improvement of hides, others "for if he is unable to use the yam, or else he will be sorry and will not be left let him inform him [i.e., Muhammad Ali], unpunished." 64 that he might replace him with another Further examples are his complaint to person; he should devote his attention to the the governor of Darnietta that "the two 6 yam or be punished by execution." 62 He garments woven at the Damietta factory "APTER also wrote to the manager of the fez and sent [to Muhammad Ali] are of pOOl factory about the "necessity of paying workmanship; therefore draw the attention attention to the manufacturing of fezzes of the factory workers to exert an effort ill Public Revenue and Expenditure, demanded of him." 63 In a letter to the producing goods of better quality." ss ) 1(' manager of tanneries he stated that "there also warned Adham Bey that "the axei 179 0- 1842 is a great difference between some of the produced by the government factories an saddles currently produced by the War not fit for chopping wood because they all Department and those made in Europe, for badly made." ... 6. Court Register 44, Turkish, document 487,Jamadi he rapid growth in public revenue during the reign of Muhammad Ali, shown al-ula, 1248 A.H. 6, Taqu/im ai-Nil, II, 458. 63 Court Register 3, 1247 A.H. 6, Court Register II, document 121, 1252 A.H. he following selection, may be explained by five sets of causes. First, there was rowch in Egypt's national product due to the development of agriculture, Ustry, and transport (see Part VI, chaps. 3, 4, and 5). Second, the pressure of tion did not decrease and may have increased. Third, the replacement of tax ling by direct collection meant that a greater proportion of the total raised nd its way to the treasury. The government monopolies imposed a large ; of "forced saving" on the population and diverted a substantial proportion he national income to the government.
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