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Thomas Hobbes birth (1588)
Thomas Hobbes published his most famous work : Leviathan
In the 1700s there was a Enlightenment thought. Which is a group full of thinkers from France that applied the methods of science to understand and improve society.
In 1748 , Montesquieu published ''The Spirit of the Laws'' ,in which he discussed government throughout history.
On February 10, 1763 , their was the signing of the Treaty of Paris . Which ended the Seven's Year War.
On October 7, 1763, Was the Proclamation, George III prohibited all settlement west of the Appalachian mountains without guarantees of security from local Native American nations.
On April 5, 1764, the first attempt to finance the defense of the colonies by the British Government.
Declaratory Act on March 18, 1766 , Parliament finalises the repeal of the stamp act but declares that it has the right to tax the colonies.
In 1770, on March 5th, was the Boston Massacre. A crowd began to start harassing a group of soldiers.
Publication of Thomas Hutchinson letters , he advocated a great restraint of natural liberty convincing many colonists of planned british clamp down.
Boston Tea party , angered by the tea acts, American patriots disguised a mohawk indians and put 9,000 of Tea in the Boston Harbour.
In 1775 , Battle of Lexington and Concord began, between british troops and minutemen who had been warned by the attack of Paul Revere.
On January 9,1776 , Thomas Paine's Common Sense published anonymously in Philadelphia .
British surrender of 5,700 troops in Saratoga.
US defeat at battle of Camden.
British government authorises peace negotiations.
In 1787, they met in secret to redraft the articles of the new constitution.
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