Taxation Without Representation

Taxation Without Representation
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  • Quartering Act of 1765
  • Ugh!! More feeding!
  • Is this even possible!?
  • You must pay for these soldiers and give them what is needed. Thank you!
  • MUMMMM NOO!!
  • Ughhhh! 
  • We can't afford for these soldiers!!!
  • Wrists of Assistance
  • HEY!!!!! WHERE DO YOU THINK YOU ARE GOING !?? Like I said there's nothing! (He-he buffoons)
  • We'll check ourselves! We don't need your help!
  • Sugar Act of 1764
  • That's all I have, Please, have mercy
  • Here, I'll help you
  • I'm sorry so either you pay the taxes or I'll tell the king.
  • HOW DARE YOU!!!??
  • In 1765, colonists were outraged that King George lll approved the Quartering Act, which was acquiring the soldiers to be taken care of by the people.
  • Stamp Act of 1765
  • Oh! Which husband?
  • The thing that really bugs me is people talking about and chattering their mouths to the whole neighborhood!Like gossip, except me!!
  • The Wrists of the Assistance was either a law or written order from the King to let anyone (soldiers) to just barge in and look for the smuggling.
  • Declaratory Act of 1766
  • Please accept this cash, I have a household of 10
  • King George also did the Sugar Act which was making the taxes rising up for everything needed for house care. 
  • Townshend Act of 1767
  • Hand over the money, ya runts!
  • Wow! Can you believe that the paper prices are going up! Like I NEED to write my husband
  • The colonists had to pay paper products and the King was the person who wanted the colonists to pay because they didn't have enough money for the French and Indian War.
  • Yes, I know right like have to pay per paper? Like what's wrong with them?
  • Parliament directly had taxed the colonists for revenue of the Sugar Act of 1764 and the Stamp Act of 1765.
  • I'm sorry I know the struggle, for me it's the same since the King had ordered it.
  • The British Parliament taxed the colonists that weren't part of the representation of Parliament for the imported goods. Many colonists saw it as an abuse by power.
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