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I have to make mindmaps for homework on these topics:
Ø Finances- Ordinary revenue
Ø Finances- Extraordinary Revenue

These are during Henry VII reign.

What are the main points I need to get down, as I have an exam tomorrow on an unseen question?
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There were two main types of revenue collected, ordinary revenue and extraordinary. For Henry VII, ordinary revenue consisted of income from crown lands, custom duties, feudal dues and profits of justice. Ordinary revenue was collected annually and was seen as a king’s right.

While ordinary revenue was an annual feature for Henry VII, extraordinary revenue was not. Extraordinary revenue came to the crown only on specific occasions and for very particular reasons. Extraordinary revenue was made up of parliamentary grants, loans and benevolences, clerical taxes, feudal obligations and the French pension.
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(Original post by MidaBurtons)
There were two main types of revenue collected, ordinary revenue and extraordinary. For Henry VII, ordinary revenue consisted of income from crown lands, custom duties, feudal dues and profits of justice. Ordinary revenue was collected annually and was seen as a king’s right.

While ordinary revenue was an annual feature for Henry VII, extraordinary revenue was not. Extraordinary revenue came to the crown only on specific occasions and for very particular reasons. Extraordinary revenue was made up of parliamentary grants, loans and benevolences, clerical taxes, feudal obligations and the French pension.
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(Original post by MidaBurtons)
There were two main types of revenue collected, ordinary revenue and extraordinary. For Henry VII, ordinary revenue consisted of income from crown lands, custom duties, feudal dues and profits of justice. Ordinary revenue was collected annually and was seen as a king’s right.

While ordinary revenue was an annual feature for Henry VII, extraordinary revenue was not. Extraordinary revenue came to the crown only on specific occasions and for very particular reasons. Extraordinary revenue was made up of parliamentary grants, loans and benevolences, clerical taxes, feudal obligations and the French pension.
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