the taxes of england
Updated: 2/4/2020
the taxes of england
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  • The French and Indian War
  • WHERE'S YOUR FRANCE MILITARY NOW? HMM??
  • England runs out of money
  • OK we killed the French. Now how much money did we get from the war?
  • Sir, you are now 2 million dollars in debt.
  • HELL YES I DID! YOU FOOL!
  • The stamp act
  • Did you just say we have to buy a stamp for each piece of paper we buy?
  • I'm not paying for sugar taxes!I'll make my customer pay instead!
  • France partnered up with the Indians, to try to defeat England, but the English stopped the income of France, to supply them in the war, so they could win.
  • the sugar act
  • After the war, England was very low on money, and decided to tax the colonists, in order to pay for this.
  • the quartering act
  • (kicks door open)JOHNNY JOHNNY???
  • The Stamp Act proclaims that if you wished to buy paper, you must also buy a stamp. This was so England could get more money.
  • the sons of liberty.
  • where did i go wrong????
  • The sugar act said that anyone who sold sugar or molasses must pay a tax for the trade. Merchants payed of these taxes by making colonists pay, instead.
  • TIMMY, YOUR GROUNDED!!
  • Soldiers had no place to live, so England decided that the colonists had to house soldiers, who were protecting them, as payment.
  • AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
  • The colonists Were fed up of England taxing them, so they joined together the Sons of Liberty, to protest against this.
  • when you taxed the colonists. duh.
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