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Revision of Molasses Act.
Sugar Act of 1764
King of England during the Revolutionary War
George II
indirect taxes. Taxes are payed when goods come in port. Repealed all except on 3 penny tax on tea
Townshend Duties
argument by England beliefs that every person in the Parliment represented everyone in the british empire
virtual representation
passed on the same day Stamp Act was repealed by Paliment. But still taxed the colonies
declaratory act
1st colonial meeting of 37 delegates from Va and up met in NY to talk about the Stamp Act
Stamp Act COngress
group of protesters go around and beat up tax collectors. If they caught you buying british goods they would tell your name.
Sons of Liberty
prime minister
charles townshed
courts that had no jury. Persumed guilty when you walked through the door. Make you leave your colony. Have to prove your innocient.
Vice-Admiralty Courts
Indian Rebellion. British was forced to fight the Indians. It was Northwest Tettority
Pontiac's Rebellion.
new prime minister of England during French & Indian War
William Pitt
no colonist can cross Applachians Mountains
Proclamation of 1763
attempt to make colonist pay for British soliders. Gave them housing, rum, firewood, and blankets
Quartering Act
passed by Parliment to raise money to pay for british soliders.
Stamp Act of 1765
not to buy british goods
nonimportation movements
letter to the king telling why the colonist thought the stamp act and other acts were unfair
declaration of rights and grievances