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#OTD 29 June, 1767, Townshend Revenue Act passed, imposing duty on tea in the colonies. Lord North thereafter seen as worst PM in history.
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A highly successful but short-lived experiment in British/European integration: https://t.co/sCOmkTRdb9
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Interested in local history? Interested in maps? Come to the IHR's Day School, 'Maps, Plans and Landscapes, 13 July https://t.co/iTOkwCZ6BA
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5700 years of urban populations mapped - https://t.co/iisjyxOprY

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Mortimer History Society Essay Prize 2016
First prize £750, runner-up prize £300
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The National Portrait Gallery London – Swansea University
Castle Studies Trust announces 2016 grants
Funding announced for archaeologists to investigate Pembroke and Caus castles