Revenue Act of 1762

Revenue Act of 1762 - Revenue Act of 1762 - Tightened up...

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Revenue Act of 1762 - Tightened up collection of trade duties - Colonists evaded such duties for decades by bribing customs officials - Instructed Royal Navy to seize American vessels carrying supplies to French West Indies. Currency Act - banned paper money - 1764 Sugar Act 1764 - Replace molasses Act of 1733 - Wipe out trace with French west indie islands - Raised constitutional objections - Violators were now prosecuted under (placed local courts and judges)…British appointed judges Stamp Act 1765 - Funding for British troops in America - Debt from 7 seven years war - Pay salary for royally appointed Townshend Act of 1767 - Imposed taxes on colonial imports - Funded troops American military expense - Most of it went to the colonial civil list paying salaries of royal governors, judges etc - Made it easier to enforce parliamentary laws because now they weren’t financially dependent Tea Act of 1773 - Provided financial relief for British East India Company - Gave government loan and cancelled duty on teach because they were in huge debt because of
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2011 for the course HIST 156 taught by Professor Bradbury during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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Revenue Act of 1762 - Revenue Act of 1762 - Tightened up...

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