What country is north of New England?
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No, but there is a city called York, after which New York was named. Actually, there IS a 'New York' in England, in the north-east of the country, not far from where I live, in North Tyneside! ... there is also a 'Toronto', and several other place names that are more widely associated with the US and Canada
The New England Restraining Act, otherwise known as The New England Trade and Fisheries Act. This act was signed on March 30th, 1775. Effective on July 1, 1775, was a ban on trade to any country other than Britain. On July 20th, 1775, fisherman from New England to fish from North Atlantic fisheries.
There is no country directly on the other side of the world to England. That would place you in the ocean, somewhat southeast of New Zealand. The northern island of New Zealand is directly opposite of Spain. Australia is directly opposite the north Atlantic, and does not overlap with any land of significant size.