Cartoon Depicting the Repeal of the Stamp Act

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Harrison W. Mark
by Unknown
published on 30 October 2023
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A political cartoon depicting the repeal of the Stamp Act in March 1766. A child's coffin, meant to represent the act, is carried by a grief-stricken George Grenville, the main proponent of the Stamp Act. Grenville is followed by the Earl of Bute, the Duke of Bedford, Temple, Halifax, Sandwich, and two bishops. By an unknown author, 1766.

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