1753 Taxation w/out Representation - Timothy Austin Massachusetts
1753 Tax Assessment of Timothy Austin of Charlestown, MA for his 1752 poll taxes to the British government. John Kimble, a colonial constable is to collect the money due as ordered by Joseph Mason (1713-1789) of Watertown, one of the tax assessors for the area. This is a true example of 'taxation without representation' that eventually led to the American Revolutionary War. The money was collected for King George III and was sent to London instead of being used in the colonies. This is a small form and is 3" x 5.5".
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