|1st||Boston Port Act -
March 18, 1774
|Closed the Port of Boston until restitution for the tea was made and it also moved the Massachusetts's Capital to Salem.|
|2nd||Impartial Administration of Justice Act - May 20, 1774
||Any officer or soldier of British arrested for murder could be sent to England for Trial. This way they could secure impartial trails to them.
|3rd||Massachusetts's Government Act - May 20, 1774||Changed the charter of Massachusetts, provided for a council appointed by the Crown, and prohibited town meetings.|
|4th||The Quartering Act -
June 2, 1774
|Forced the Colonists to Quarter or feed and house British soldiers whenever there was a lack of food or room in the barracks.
|5th||Quebec Act- June 22, 1774||Extended the province of Quebec southward to the Ohio river and granted freedom for Roman Catholics to worship in the province.|
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