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  • The gabelle (French pronunciation: [ɡabɛl]) was a very unpopular tax on salt in France before 1790. In France, Gabelle was originally applied to taxes on all commodities, but was gradually limited to the tax on salt. — “Gabelle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Start class because not many references. Once it gets references though it could probably go up.EECavazos 19:40, 3 November 2007 (UTC) [edit] WP Tax Priority. Low priority because it is an article on a tax levied in the past in Retrieved from "". — “Talk:Gabelle/Comments - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Certain provinces and cities had won special privileges (such as lower rates in the gabelle or salt tax) the "taillon" (a tax for military purposes), a national salt tax (the gabelle), national tariffs (the "aides") on various products (wine, beer,. — “Ancien Régime in France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


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