In this letter is addressed the suppression by the king of the hearth tax in England, and the reaction of the citizens, very grateful of have being liberated from this onerous duty. In England, hearth tax, also known as chimney money, was a tax imposed by Parliament in 1662 to support the Royal Household of King Charles II. Following the Restoration of the monarchy in 1660. It was considered easier to establish the number of hearths (chimneys) than the number of heads. At the end of the Glorious Revolution in 1688, Kings William and Mary signed cancellation of the hearth tax. Printed in London by George Larkin, at The Two Swans in 1689.