Twenty-Seventh Quarterly Report of the Pennsylvania Board of Agriculture: For April, May and June, 1885 (Classic Reprint)
N ow, the valuation of property in our county (washington) is estimated at seventy dollars per acre. It would seem that seven mills would be an enormous tax. That, added to the county and School tax, would require us to sell our property, and to get out of the State as soon as possible. But, Mr. President, we do not want to move away. We are loyal to Old Pennsylvania.
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