Fuage, fouage, or feuage

Definition of Fuage, fouage, or feuage

Hearth money. A tax laid upon each fireplace or hearth. An imposition of a shilling for every hearth, levied by Edward III in the dukedom of Aquitaine. 1 Bl.Comm. 324.

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