English Parliament & King George

The Parliament of England was the legislature of the Kingdom of England. In 1066, William of Normandy introduced a feudal system, by which he sought the advice of a council of tenants-in-chief and ecclesiastics before making laws. George III (George William Frederick; 4 June 1738 - 29 January 1820) was King of Great Britain and King of Ireland from 25 October 1760 until the union of these two countries on 1 January 1801, after which he was King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland until his death. 2.0/5

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never forget.. On July 4, 1776, thirteen colonies claimed independence from England's King George III. And thus was born the mightiest nation on earth: The United States of America. Leading up to the signing, there had been growing unrest in the colonies surrounding the taxes that the American colonists were required to pay to England. The major objection was 'Taxation without Representation': the colonists had no say in the decisions of the English Parliament since they did not send representative to sit in the English House of Commons. Rather than attempting to negotiate a satisfactory settlement, King George sent troops to the colonies to quell any rebellion that might break out. The following timeline will give you some idea of the history that lead to the signing of the Declaration of Independence and America's break away from British rule... 1774 - The 13 colonies send delegates to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to form the First Continental Congress. While unrest was brewing, the colonies were far fr . ...
I really love the 4th of July. It is the day we celebrate our freedom and the beginning of our Republic and the Union of our country behind a common cause. Every year we need to read something written during the time of the Revolution.This year I was reminded of a small 47 page pamplet written by Thomas Payne "Common Sense". It was the document that gave legs to the revolution and preceded the Declaration of Independence. It is truly the voice of and language of the beginning of our country.We should all take time to reflect on what it took to be bold enough to overthrow The tyrant , king George. Please pass our Heritage on to the generations by reading this document , The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Our schools dont seem to be capable so it is up to us .Edmond Burke , a member the the English Parliament , said that" all that is needed for evil to triumph, is for good men to do nothing". Please dont just do nothing Vote and participate whenever you can. There is time to turn th ...
In 1647 the English Parliament abolished Christmas. Mao Rse-Tang, the first chairman of the Chinese Communist Party, was born 26 December 1893. Before his rise to power, he occupied the humble position of Assistant Librarian at the University of Peking. Coffee is the second largest item of international commerce in the world. The largest is petrol. King George III was declared violently insane in 1811, 9 years before he died. In Ancient Peru, when a woman found an 'ugly' potato, it was the custom for her to push it into the face of the nearest man. For Roman Catholics, 5 January is St Simeon Stylites' Day. He was a fifth-century hermit who showed his devotion to God by spending literally years sitting on top of a huge flagpole. When George I became King of England in 1714, his wife did not become Queen. He placed her under house arrest for 32 years. The richest 10 per cent of the French people are approximately fifty times better off than the poorest 10 per cent. Henry VII was the only British King to be ...
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