The Stamp Act came before the Quartering Act.
The Stamp Act, I think that's really or possibly right though.........
off the top of my head i think the quartering act was first then repeled then the stamp act and finaly the stamp act.........i think
The Stamp Act came before the Declaratory act.
the quartering act
Yes, the Stamp Act of 1765 ended. The act was repealed when Parliament finally gave in to the colonists riots. The same day the Stamp Act was repealed, Parliament passed the Declaratory Act.
The Declaratory Act or the American Colonies Act of 1766 was enacted by Parliament and imposed on the American colonies. It was developed after the Stamp Act of 1765 was repealed. The Act was made to establish Britain's dominance over the colonies.
ANSWER:In response to the American uproar, Parliament repealed the Stamp Act in the spring of 1766. But to save face it passed the Declaratory Act, which declared that Parliament had full power to pass laws and levy taxes on America "in all cases whatsoever."
i think prohibitory act doesnt belong.
the quartering act
The Stamp Act
The Declaratory Act
The Stamp Act.
Parliament agreed to repel the Stamp Act on one condition, the colonists had to agree to the Declaratory Act being passed, which gave Parliament full power and authority to make and pass laws. The colonists happily accepted, glad to be free of the Stamp Act and many ignored the Declaratory Act, despite their agreement.
because the colonists were too excitied at the repeal of the stamp act that they didnt pay attention the the implementation of declaratory act
Declaratory Act 1766
On March 18, 1766, the Parliament of Great Britain repealed the Stamp Act and passed the Declaratory Act.
The declaratory act of 1766 is an act Britain used to replace the stamp act the declaratory act is to- proclaim the right of Britain to pass laws regulating the colonies(including trade)