A late twelfth century essay concerning all that went on at the bi-yearly meetings of the medieval exchequer officials, and branches out into a description of all the sources of revenue of the English crown, and of the methods of collecting them. From the Medieval Sourcebook.
Article from the English Historical Review with statistical data on the royal revenues and landholdings of Edward the Confessor.
Article from the English Historical Review on the tax revenues received by Richard the Lionheart. Statistical data in included.
The Inland Revenue's history of Income Tax.
An official history of the Treasury.
This research guide to official records of medieval and early-modern taxation includes a history of lay and clerical taxes in England and Wales.
A database containing the valuation, plus related details, of the English and Welsh parish churches and prebends listed in the ecclesiastical taxation assessment of 1291-2.
Entry from the 1911 Encyclopaedia Brittanica. Courtesy of the LoveToKnow Corporation.