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But in the town communities a sense of unity among the burghers v not slow in
developing . Since the thirteenth and fourteenth centui towns had begun to
acquire more powers by purchasing privileges fr the Margrave , including the
right to ...
Significant in this context was his conflict with Berlin ai Cölln , for they
represented the example to the other towns . ... of purpo dissolved the union
between them , appointed new town councillors ar reserved the right of
appointment for himself .
In this the nobility defied him successfully , because the excise by its very nature
would of course have ended their own freedom from taxation . The result was that
the excise could be introduced in the towns only . In other words a dual system ...
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