Quartering Act

Quartering Act
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  • After the war, the soldiers were in need of some hospitality. They needed comfortable homes, where they could stay.
  • Lt General request the Parliament do something. The colonists agreed.
  • We agree
  • We need to do something about this problem.
  • We shall call this the Quartering Act!
  • In fact, the colonists disputed the quartering act on June 2, 1764. But it was not what Thomas Gage thought.
  • The soldiers were to be housed in the barracks and even public houses. The soldiers were also to be provided with food. This upset the colonists.
  • I will not sign ANYTHING!
  • Most colonies refused to support this act. For example, New York, New York refused to sign anything related to the Quartering Act.
  • I refuse to support this.
  • The Parliament ended the quartering act on March 24, 1765. 
  • We -as in the Parliament- have decided to end the Quartering Act.
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