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The Declaratory Act was the brainchild of new prime minister Charles WatsonWentworth (1730–1782), also known as the Marquis (pronounced MAR-kwis) of Rockingham (pronounced ROK-ing-im). ” King George III (1738–1820) approved the repeal of the Stamp Act and the adoption of the Declaratory Act on the same day, March 18, 1766. Things to remember while reading an excerpt from the Declaratory Act: • The Declaratory Act opened by summarizing the American argument that only colonial assemblies had the right to impose taxes on Americans.
And for and upon such advertisements as are herein after mentioned, the respective duties following (that is to say) For every such pamphlet and paper contained in half a sheet, or any lesser piece of paper . , a stamp duty of one half-penny, for every printed copy thereof. For every such pamphlet and paper (being larger than half a sheet), and not exceeding one whole sheet . , a stamp duty of one penny, for every printed copy thereof. . For every advertisement to be contained in any gazette, news paper, or other paper, or any pamphlet .
Anyone who tried to avoid paying the new taxes—smugglers, for instance—would be tried in admiralty courts. Under the terms of the Townshend Revenue Act, admiralty court judges, as well as governors and other royal officials, would now be paid out of the tax money collected. This meant they would depend on England for their salaries, not on the colonial assemblies, as before. Townshend meant to ensure that angry colonists could not stop British officials from performing their jobs by withholding their paychecks.