Dîme royal is a work written by Vauban of 1695 to 1697 and published in 1707.
Vauban recommends the replacement of all the existing royal taxes by only one tax exigible from all the population of France, privileged included/understood. It would be taken in kind on all the products of the ground (like the ecclesiastical Dîme), out of money on the property incomes built, on the pledges of the officers, the revenues, the wages, the trading profits. The tax on salt would be reduced. Interior customs moved towards the borders to facilitate the circulation of the products in the kingdom. The amount would vary twentieth with the tenth.
Dîme royal dissatisfied the privileged people and treating them who had leased the various existing taxes. The work was interdict of distribution in 1707 to be printed without authorization. The seized specimens were destroyed.
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