Grenville, George (1712–1770), a British statesman. As prime minister, first lord of the treasury, and chancellor of the exchequer, 1763–65, he grappled with financial troubles. His Stamp Act and other measures were denounced by the American colonists. Grenville was an Oxford graduate and was a member of Parliament, 1740–70.
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Henry, Patrick (1736-1799), a United States orator and statesman. He was one of the first American patriots to speak out against taxation by Britain.
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