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  1. Charles Townshend (Raynham, 28 de agosto de 1725 - Londres, 4 de setembro de 1767) foi um político britânico que ocupou vários cargos no Parlamento da Grã-Bretanha. Seu estabelecimento da controversa Lei de Townshend é considerada uma das principais causas da Revolução Americana .

  2. Charles Townshend (27 August 1725 – 4 September 1767) was a British politician who held various titles in the Parliament of Great Britain. His establishment of the controversial Townshend Acts is considered one of the key causes of the American Revolution.

  3. Charles Townshend (born August 27, 1725—died September 4, 1767, London, England) was a British chancellor of the Exchequer whose measures for the taxation of the British American colonies intensified the hostilities that eventually led to the American Revolution.

  4. Atos Townshend. Para ajudar a pagar suas enormes dívidas da Guerra dos Sete Anos (1756-1763), o Parlamento Britânico - a conselho de Charles Townshend, o Chanceler do Tesouro Britânico - votou para cobrar novos impostos sobre as colônias americanas.

  5. 12 de out. de 2023 · Embora a Lei Townshend de 1767 tenha sido a principal lei fiscal sob a liderança de Charles Townshend, o Parlamento também aprovou outras leis para reforçar o controlo britânico nas colónias: a Lei das Receitas de 1767, a Lei de Restrição de 1767 e a Lei da Indemnização de 1767.

  6. Há 6 dias · Charles Townshend, 2nd Viscount Townshend was a Whig statesman who directed British foreign policy from 1721 to 1730. He succeeded his father, Horatio Townshend, as viscount in 1687, and in 1714 King George I appointed him a secretary of state.

  7. Charles Townshend (1725-1767), the second son of the Charles, 3rd Viscount Townshend, and his wife Ethelreda Harrison, is best known for the American Revenue Act of 1767 that bears his name as the "Townshend duties."