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Ebenezer Hale: French And Indian War

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I am Ebenezer Hale if Wethersfield and Enfield CT. Why would ever go to war with the king? All he has done is try to help us and better our living. Take for example, the Sugar Act, the king needed money to pay for the Colonial Defense during the French and Indian war. Why would we not pay for our protection? Second, the king had a right to be mad at the colonists! When the New York Assembly met in 1766, they REFUSED to follow the Quartering Act the king out in place. It was as if you were directly insulting the king. And yet the colonist still got mad about the Declaratory Act. The king is tired of the colonist disregarding his authority.
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