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charter legal document; granted land to a person or a company along with the right to start a colony.
natural rights the purpose of natural rights are to protect the people's rights to life, liberty, and property.
representative government colonists elected representatives to their colonial legislature.
proclamation of 1763 this law banned settlement in certain western lands.its purpose was to reduce tension with the native americans.
sugar act of 1764 the law was to stop the smugglng of the good into and out of the colonies.
quatering act of 1765 the britiah government moved the srmy from the western cities.
declaratory act 1766 this law stated that parliament had the right to pass laws fo the colonies in all cases whatsoever. this law was to remind the colonist that the authority of the king and parliament was superior.
commiteis of correspondence their mission was to make sure that each colony knew about events and opinions of the other colonies.
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