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Observations on the claims of the West-India colonists to a protecting duty on East India sugar

Observations on the claims of the West-India colonists to a protecting duty on East India sugar

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Published by Printed for J.M. Richardson in London .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 93/4543 (H)
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Pagination52 p.
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A state of the British sugar-colony trade shewing that an additional duty of twelve shillings per pounds weight may be laid upon brown or muscovado sugar (and proportionably higher duties upon sugar refined before imported) without making sugar dearer in this kingdom than it hath been of late years, and without distressing the British sugar.   On the one hand, observers, including the British consuls located in these colonies, the Aborigines' Protection Society in London, the India Office in London, and, most self-servingly, the West India Association (an association of British Caribbean planters competing for access to Indian indentured labor), repeatedly narrated the horrific Cited by: 8.

A collection of statutes concerning the incorporation, trade, and commerce of the East India Company (). Anon., A list of goods prohibited to be imported into or exported from Great Britain ().Cited by: 1. This uprising in in the Virginia Colony was the first rebellion in the American colonies in which discontented frontiersmen violently protested against the governor of Virginia, William Berkeley, accusing him of levying unfair taxes, of appointing friends to high positions, and of failing to protect outlying farmers from Indian attack.

Their day in court: A history of the Indian Claims Commission (Ohio. State University, Kent. Graduate School. Dissertations. Department of History) [Rosenthal, Harvey D] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Their day in court: A history of the Indian Claims Commission (Ohio. State University, Kent. Graduate School. : Harvey D Rosenthal. Dutch West India Company (and Dutch East India Company and English East India Company) (s and s) - The joint-stock company (sought trade, exploration, and colonization overseas) that ran the colonies in Fort Orange and in New Amsterdam, which later became New York.


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Observations on the claims of the West-India colonists to a protecting duty on East India sugar Download PDF EPUB FB2

East and West India Sugar: Or, a Refutation of the Claims of the West India Colonists to a Protecting Duty On East India Sugar Paperback – Febru Author: Zachary Macaulay.

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Observations on the claims of the West-India colonists to a protecting duty on East India sugar by: Coles, Charles. Published: () Remarks on the new Sugar-bill, and on the national compacts respecting the sugar-trade and slave-trade Published: (). Observations on the claims of the West-India colonists to a protecting duty on East India sugar by: Coles, Charles.

Published: (). Full text of "The West India Colonies: The Calumnies and Misrepresentations Circulated Against Them by the " See other formats. 24 See [Zachary Macaulay], East and West Indian sugar: or, a refutation of the claims of the West India colonists to a protecting duty on East India sugar (London, ); idem, A letter to W.

Whitmore, Esq., M. P., pointing out some of the erroneous statements contained in Cited by: 2. The colony was conceived as a private business venture to exploit the North American fur trade. New Netherland was slowly settled during its first decades, partially as a result of policy, mismanagement by the Dutch West India Company (WIC), and conflicts with Native Americans.

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London: James Pattison et al., Edwards, Bryan, The History Civil and Commercial, of the British colonies in the West Indies. A statement of the claims of the West India colonies to a protecting duty against East India sugar Published: () Considerations relating to the laying any additional duty on sugar from the British plantations wherein is shewn, that such duty will be injurious to the commerce and navigation of this kingdom, ruinous to our sugar colonies, beneficial to those of France, and insufficient for the.

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The scope of this.Unfortunately for Britain, this meant that the British East India Company was now going bankrupt. This act allowed the Company to sell it's tea directly, without using merchants or paying taxes.

This would put a dent in the smuggling business and in the merchant business of the colonies, so they hated it even if it meant the price was lower.It allowed the East India Company to ship tea directly to the colonies, skipping over Britain.

Why did Britain pass The Tea Act? The Tea Act was supposed to help the East India Company by lowering the price of tea and giving the company a monopoly on selling tea in the colonies.