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Burke tells how foreign trade had shot up ; 8 no less remarkable had been the
increase in domestic . Mines of coal , iron and tin were opening ,. 1 The Speech
on Conciliation was issued in pamphlet soon after delivery . 2 II , 568 – 699 .
Such were the laws that the colonists must export and import only in English or
American vessels ; that they must trade only with England and her colonies ; that
they must not erect mills for rolling and slitting iron ; and that they must not export
In 1763 George Grenville became Prime Minister , and Charles Townshend First
Lord of Trade , that is , head of the committee of the Privy Council in charge of
colonial affairs . Both were royal henchmen . Townshend believed in holding the
... it asserted the freedom of the provincial legislatures “ in all cases of taxation
and internal polity ” ; 3 it demanded the repeal of the obnoxious acts of
Parliament ; 4 it formed an agreement to stop trade with Great Britain , Ireland
and the British ...
Statistics show that the export trade from England to the colonies increased from
£ 569 , 930 in 1704 to £6 , 022 , 132 in 1772 . ( 11 27 - 13 2 ) b . The whole export
trade of England in 1704 was not much larger than the export trade to the ...
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This well-crafted address was presented as a series of suggestions for a way to conciliate the American colonists and avoid a revolt. The common-sense points that Burke makes and the ways that he goes ... Прочетете пълната рецензия