Here are some one liners...
Mad King Christian and Deciding who Makes the Decisions -- Denmark is in big trouble now. Their King is 16 years old and insane!
The Stamp Act is Repealed for the Price of Liberty -- In order to get enough votes to repeal the Stamp Act, Parliament agrees to the Declaratory Act which declares that Parliament can pass any kind of law whatsoever in the colonies.
Also Mentioned -- Sidewalks, Bees and the Mason-Dixon Line.
Mad King Christian and Deciding who Makes the DecisionsKing Fredrick the 5th of Denmark is dead at the age of 42, having fathered many children. (Yes, he was a real horn-dog and he drank quite a lot which contributed to his early death.) His last words are, "It is a great consolation to me in my last hour that I have never willfully offended anyone, and that there is not a drop of blood on my hands." His reign has been a been a nice break for everyone. Now his son, Christian the 6th takes the throne at the age of 16 and he is insane. Shortly after his coronation, he marries the sister of King George the 3rd of England, Princess Caroline Matilda. She is 15-years-old and has no idea of his mental condition. Fortunately, King Christian doesn't like her. He says that it is "unfashionable to love one's wife," so he leaps into a life of sexual promiscuity. By next year he will fall into episodes of deep depression, paranoia, and self-mutilation. Then he will bring in a doctor who will become his salvation, the Queen's lover and the dictator of Denmark.    
The Stamp Act is Repealed for the Price of LibertyThe British Navy has interdicted shipping from the colonies looking for violations of the Stamp and Sugar Acts... and find definite violations. Other ships make a run for it (like modern drivers speeding up while the police ticket another driver for speeding.) Benjamin Franklin is invited to speak before the British Parliament on behalf of the colonies. He makes the case that the colonies have no objection to Parliament collecting taxes for external transactions (tariffs) but he protests in the strongest way the taxes levied for internal transactions. The Parliament agrees to repeal the Stamp Act and to lessen the charges under the Sugar Act, but only on condition that a new law be passed that says that Parliament has a right to tax the colonies for any reason whatsoever, internal or external and always did have the right. This is called the Declaratory Act because it declares (rather than passes into law) taxation without representation. They are saying that they don't need a new law to do this. American colonists are mocked by the British press. The victory over the Stamp Act has flung the Americans into the abyss. "No taxation without representation" becomes the motto of the Sons of Liberty. 
- John Mills publishes "An Essay on the Management of Bees". Benjamin Franklin will also sponsor him for the Royal Society this year. 
- The Mason-Dixon Survey is completed. They will stay to make other measurements for the Royal Society. 
- The 1st paved sidewalks appear in Westminster, London.