There certainly is a good ‘Tex Mex’ restaurant very close to our office. My office is around 100 yards from it. I call it Tex Mex because every couple of years it’s changed hands and changed name, I’m not exactly sure why!
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|Birth:||28th March, 1706|
|Death:||3rd March, 1774|
Andrew Oliver was born in Boston, capital of the British Province of Massachusetts Bay, on March 28, 1706. He was a merchant and public official in the Province of Massachusetts Bay. Born into a wealthy and politically powerful merchant family, he is best known as the Massachusetts official responsible for implementing the provisions of the Stamp Act, for which he was burned in effigy. He never actually carried out those duties, and was later commissioned as the province's lieutenant governor. Oliver then entered the family business, setting up a merchant business with his brother Peter that concentrated on wine and textiles. In 1737 Oliver entered politics, winning election as Boston's town auditor. He was elected to the provincial assembly in 1742, and in 1755 was appointed provincial secretary by Acting Governor Spencer Phips.
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