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2.1764 Act that put a three-cent tax on foreign refined sugar and increased taxes on coffee, indigo, and certain kinds of wine
9.1773, this law was an attempt to save the failing East India Company by shipping their surplus tea to America for sale at a bargain price, thereby undercutting the business of colonial merchants.
10.Name used to describe a series of five laws passed by the British Parliament in 1774
11.A colonist of the American Revolutionary period who supported the British cause
12.Direct Tax
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1.A violent demonstration in 1773 by American colonists before the American Revolution. Colonists boarded vessels in Boston harbor and threw the cargoes of tea into the water in protest at the imposition of a tax on tea by the British Parliament, in which the colonists had no representation
3.An organization formed in 1765 of American colonials who opposed British measures against the colonists, and agitated for resistance
4.Against Us, Loyal to rebels
5."The die is now cast; the colonies must either submit or triumph.... we must not retreat."
6.The highest legislature, consisting of the sovereign, the House of Lords, and the House of Commons
7.A German mercenary in the British army in America during the Revolutionary War
8.Colonists were forced to house and supply 10,00 Soldiers

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