THE sound of the rejoicings called forth by the repeal of the Stamp
Act had hardly died away before it was seen how little had really
been gained beyond immediate and temporary relief. The Stamp Act
was gone, but the Declaratory Act, and the Sugar Act, and the
Mutiny Act, requiring quarters to be provided for English troops,
and recently extended to the colonies, remained unmodified and
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