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In the civil law. A gatherer or receiver of money; a collector of taxes. Cod. 10, 19.In old English law. A collector of the public moneys; a tax-gatherer. Thus, exactorregis was the name of the king’s tax collector, who took up the taxes and other debts due the treasury.

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