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  • The Quartering Act
  • What do you mean? Go look at the New quartering act. Now shoo! I need my beauty sleep.
  • What are you doing in my house? And sleeping in my bed?
  • The Writs of assistance
  • Move away! I am going to search your house of smuggled goods!
  • But...I don't even own a ship or import or export anything. I am a seamstress.
  • The Sugar Act
  • What? They still think they can tax us?
  • We don't want your taxes!
  • The Quartering act allowed British Solider's to sleep in the Colonist's homes. They had to feed the Solider's as well. This act was not popular.
  • Stamp Act
  • What do you mean I can't buy this newspaper?
  • The Writs of Assistance allowed any British solider search somebody's home of smuggled goods, without a warrant from the government or anything.
  • Declaratory Act
  • Listen people, stop your boycotting, this is the declaratory act, and we have every right to tax you if we want.
  • The Sugar act actually lowered the tax on Sugar from six pence per gallon to three pence per gallon. But the Colonist's didn't want England's sugar or taxes.
  • Townshend Act
  • The Stamp act was a tax on all printed items. You had to have a stamp on newspaper's playing cards etc. on everything to buy them. AND you had to pay for the stamp as well
  • Sorry, You have to have a stamp for this. You can buy it from the British guy over there.
  • The declaratory act pretty much said that England had every right to tax the Colonists. This mad the colonist's outraged.
  • The Townshend Act put taxes on tea, the colonists were not happy and this sparked the Boston Tea Party.
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