Pontage

Pontage was a medieval toll levied for the building or repair of bridges. Pontage was similar in nature to murage (a toll for the building of town walls) and pavage (a toll for paving streets and market places, or — more rarely — roads between towns). Pontage was granted by the king by letters patent for a limited term, sufficient to enable th...
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Pontage

• (n.) A duty or tax paid for repairing bridges.
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Pontage

Pon'tage noun [ Late Latin pontagium , from Latin pons , pontis , a bridge: confer French pontage .] (O. Eng. Law) A duty or tax paid for repairing bridges. Ayliffe.
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pontage

pontage A duty or tax paid for repairing bridges.
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pontage

toll paid on bridges; tax for repairing bridges
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