Note:  Do not rely on this information. It is very old.


Revenue, that which comes in through the possession of property, is generally taken to cover national income from whatever source derived. Thus in the United Kingdom the sources of revenue are Taxes and other duties, Customs, Excise, Post Office, Telegraphs, Stamps, Crown-lands, Mint, and miscellaneous sources, amounting in the aggregate to close upon one hundred millions.