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    Treaty of Paris was an agreement between the kingdoms of Great Britain, France, Spain and Portugal after the Seven Years War England ● King George I ● The king of Great Britain. During his rule, Britain transitioned to the cabinet government. This government was led by a prime minister - the first Prime Minister named Robert Walpole (he was the longest serving in history). Walpole was a Whig who also became the First Lord of the Treasury ○ ● King George II ○ Was also the king of great Britain but

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    The American crisis by Thomas Paine

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    During 1776, the United States was at war to gain its own independence from the hands of the tyrant King George III and his kingdom. As the fightt continued, the spirits of the U.S. soldiers began to die out as the nightmares of winter crawled across the land. Thomas Paine, a journalist, hoped to encourage the soldiers back into the fight through one of his sixteen pamphlets, “The American Crisis (No.1)”. In order to rebuild the hopes of the downhearted soldiers, Thomas Paine establishes himself

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    royal blood line has died out. In 1788, the King of Britain fell ill to an unknown disease at the time, currently known as porphyria. He had mild bouts of illness early in his reign but it significantly and noticeably deteriorated in the 1788. George III was faced with stress, excessive sweating, unnatural blistering, severe mental confusion and headaches. During this time period, the government believed that he was mad due to his actions. This is where the King got his nickname “The Mad King”.

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    The Golden Snail

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    Long time ago in Pendennis castle, there lived two princesses that were really beautiful. The princesses name is Miranda and Elizabeth. Both of them lived happily and had everything they needed. Until one day, a prince from Windsor castle named William came to the castle. Prince William came from a rich country and lived in an enormous castle just like Princess Miranda and Elizabeth. His purpose to come to the Pendennis castle was to propose to Princess Elizabeth. William’s arrival was welcomed by

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    Independace

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    parliament was imposing taxes to offset the cost of the French and Indian war. British tax collectors with the aid British troops, set out to collect fees. The mere presence of British soldiers angered colonists, although some still loyal to King George III. The cumulating presence of troops, illegal taxing without representation, set the tone for independence. The Quartering Act allowing British soldiers to occupy public buildings and private homes, escalated tensions in the colonies. The killing

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    History Of Olive Branch Petition

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    Petition was the last and final opportunity for Great Britain to agree with a nonviolent negotiation with the Colonist... ... middle of paper ... ... on September 2, 1775. When the colonists, specifically the Loyalists, had been told that King George III refused to consider, nor open their letter of negotiation it changed their perspective of him. Many of the Loyalist, no longer wanted to live under the rule of their ignorant King (lively 266). In fact, the ignorance of his actions raised the levels

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    American History Through Literature 1820 - 1870: Irving highlights the change from colonial America to independent America in the scene where the Union Hotel has replaced Nicholaus Vedder’s colonial inn and the portrait of George Washington has replaced that of George III. That it is now the Union Hotel puns on the new national “union” that is under new management” (991) Many of the changes that Winkle experienced can be attributed to the transformation of a “peaceful pre-Revolutionary colony”

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    This is interpreted as losing faith in heaven, God and King George III. It is very clever that he brings up those titles because if God, and the King are worthy of praise, why would they allow this suffering to go on. This is why the second narrator does not see himself gaining the divine compensations of peace, joy

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    The Act That Ignited the Revolution

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    & Shi, 2010). This tax, proposed by Chief Minister of Britain, George Grenville, and enforced by King George III, was the first law or tax passed without allowing any voice or opportunity for repeal from the colonists. The Stamp Act was proposed by Grenville as part of his strategy to raise revenue not in the colonies through trade, but from the colonists through taxes (Tindall & Shi, 2010). Grenville rationalized to King George II that the colonists needed protection from Britain’s soldiers from

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    America's History Of War

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    it was the first true World War. The war was fought around the world; in Europe, North America as well as India, with the conflict mainly due to ongoing hostilities and struggles of absolute rule between Great Britain and France. In 1754, a young George Washington was defeated in western Pennsylvania at Fort Necessity, and from that moment on both France and Great Britain began deploying troops, but not always equally in numbers. The war in Europe became a top priority for France; sending in just

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