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Q: The Staple Act required everything the colonies imported to come through?
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What was the colonial response to The Intolerable Acts?

The colonists began finding product through black market connections, they boycotted items such as tea, and did everything possible so they would not be required to buy product from British traders.

The main purpose of the Navigation acts was to?

The original intention of the Navigation Acts was to prevent the French and Dutch from trading with the colonies. It formed middle man system which required goods exported by the colonies to have to go through Britain first before going to Europe.

What was the result of the Staple Act of 1663?

parliament law that stated that stated goods could not be imported into America without first passing through English ports

How did the navigation acts ensure that only England could benefit from trade with the American colonies?

directed the flow of goods between England ColoniesThe Navigation Acts required that all colonial trade be carried in vessels built and owned by English or colonial merchants. The ships had to be manned by crews composed of British seamen. The Acts also required that European nations must sell products to the colonies by first stoping at English ports where they would have to pay a customs duty (tax). The products were checked and then were permitted to travel to the colonies. All products had to go through these ports controlled by England. This made the cost of the product more expensive but protected the trade of Great Britain. Certain materials from the colonies could only be shipped in British or colonial ships and had to be sent to England first. The product was then taxed and allowed to be sent to its destination in whatever European nation. Colonial products could not be shipped directly to any foreign nation.The Navigation Acts were laws placed by King George III to prohibit trade on overall everything profitable between the 13 colonies and any other country but Great Britain. This helped Great Britain by giving them more and better pick of the goods and products from the 13 colonies that couldn't be found in other countries without competing with other countries for it. However hard this law was enforced, the colonists still found ways to trade slaves, tea, and other goods with some countries in Africa, and with Spain and France as well.

What did the committees of correspondence do apex?

They secretly sent messages through out the 13 colonies against the actions of Great Britain.

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What placed tax on goods shiped around on earth?

the King of England Dictated to the English rulers in the colonies that everything that is imported anywere around the world had to be taxed through England before the item went anywere. CYBERFLUX99

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What goods does New Jersey export?

the slaves from the colony of new jersey exported tabacco the cash crop and they imported it to things through out england colonies

Intact in sentence?

Even though the fire that swept through the forest seemed to ravage everything in its path, the ant colonies remained intact and unharmed.

What required that imports from other countries and their colonies pass through Britain and be carried to America on British ships?

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Well then you probably didnt get the required starter pack that comes with a installation CD and it guides you through everything

What organized through the development of spanish colonies?

the development of spanish colonies in the New World was organizeed through:

What applet is imported user accounts managed through?

Users and groups

How did mercantilism increase the wealth of countries like Spain?

Mercantilism is the economic policy that a metropole should have a number of colonies that provide it material wealth, unrefined resources, and a market for its goods. As a result, according to mercantilism, the colonies were required to engage in two general behaviors: (1) The colonies were locked into exclusive trade between the colonies and the metropole and were not allowed to trade with any other nation or colony. (2) No manufactures or complex goods could be made in the colonial territory. As a result the colonies would provide wealth to the metropole by trading their natural resources for less than they would be worth and by buying manufactures for much more money.In addition to the moneys that would come into Spain through the production of manufactures that would be sold to the colonies, the raw materials coming from the colonies were often very valuable in and of themselves. Vast amounts of gold and silver were mined from Mexico to Bolivia.

Imported user accounts can be managed through what applet?

A user account refers to a collection of information that tells Windows which files and folders can be accessed. Imported user accounts can be managed through a user accounts applet.

Why port are important?

ports are important because through which goods are imported and exported.

If I import a mattress, does it have to go through customs?

No, imported mattresses do not have to go through customs because they are not considered a hazardous material.