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The compromise of 1763 stated that all colonists could not pass the Appalachian mountains.
The colonists were questioning why they couldn’t go west.
No matter what the British government said they still crossed through the mountains.
Charles Townshend came to the king and said that they should tax them again but the king was unsure cause of the last tax that was appealed.
Soon going along with Townsend's idea and got rid of the colonies political rights and taxed stuff like paint,lead,paper,glass,and tea.
After the Townshend act was appealed they kept tax on tea the colonists responded by pouring all the tea into the Boston harbor called the Boston Tea Party.
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