Proclamation of October 7, 1763 A British law banning colonists from moving into the Ohio River Valley to the west of the Appalachian Mountains. It also said that any Americans already living in the Ohio River Valley had to leave. The British were trying to prevent conflict between settlers and Native Americans. Many colonists felt this law was unfair, because they had fought the French and Indian War to gain this land.
The Sugar Act of April 5, 1764It was a revenue-raising act passed by the parliament of Great Britain on April 5, 1764. In U.S. colonial history British legislation aimed at ending the smuggling and trade in sugar and molasses from the French and Dutch West Indies and at providing increased revenues to fund enlargement British Empire responsibilities following the French and Indian War.
The Stamp Act of March 22, 1765 Proposed in 1765 it was made to tax all printed material,a confidential group was formed called the Sons of Liberty.To get the act repealed the colonists protested boycotted and even occasionally used violence to instill fear in tax collectors all products of the British.The colonists did not agree with the act because they felt they had no voice and soon made a slogan “No Taxation Without Representation”.The Act was later repealed in 1766.
The Declaratory Act of March 15, 1766It was an Act of the Parliament of Great Britain, which accompanied the repeal of the Stamp Act 1765 and changing and lessening of the Sugar act. This crisis focused attention on the unresolved question of Parliaments relationship to a growing empire.
The Townshend Acts of June 15, 1767 The Townshend Acts were a sequence of laws that placed taxes on glass,lead,paints,paper and tea the colonists also disagreed on this because they felt it belittled the colonial government this act later went on until it was repealed in 1770