I hereby sign this parliament to apply taxes to the coloists
the Sugar Act-1764
No Taxation Without Representation
NO TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION
King George II issued the Proclamation of 1763, which banned British settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains
Boston Tea Party-1773
In May 1764, local leader Samual Adams agreed with James Otis believing that Parliment could not tax the colonists without their permission, so they summed up their ideas into a slogan "No Taxation without Representation," which spread throughout the colonies.