Royal Proclamation of 1763


The Proclamation of 1763 was made to prevent battles, but this is what happened. The Proclamation of 1763 ruined farms and plantations or takes away some crops on the market.Slaves back in the 1700's suffered many things on a plantation. Like being whipped and getting salt water poured in the wounds and being put in neck braces so if they run while in it they get killed.

Proclamation Facts

The Proclamation also had a sum-what good things about it. The proclamation states that every Field Officer-5,000 acres, Captain-3,000 acres, Subaltern or Staff Officer-2,000 acres, Non-Commission Officers-200 acres , and every Private Man-50 acres.Also it states,"Tribes of Indians with whom We are connected, and who live under our Protection, should not be molested or disturbed"and," In the Possession of such Parts of Our Dominions and Territories."

Economic System of Virginia

There were some jobs of Virginia were internal and external which means that they sell inside of there community and external means they sell outside of the village. Here are some of those jobs. Some jobs that were within the system would be farming. They are mainly interdependent within the system because they trade or sell in the community. Or at least the plantation owners did. The farmers were mainly slaves so of course they didn't sell anything. Another job is gunsmith. They were both interdependent and externally dependent. I say this because the need metals from miners and wood from lumber jacks. Both are internal and external jobs in Virginia.

Proclamations Effect on the Jobs of Virginia.

Sometimes the proclamation had certain effects based on who you are, for example: The proclamation ruined the farms and plantations because the land limits messed up crops that might be in the Indian territory. Because of that the plantation owners might be arrested. And some miners might be kicked out of their mines and lumberjacks might also be ruining production of muskets. As a matter of fact the soldiers still got a benefit. The one benefit they got was all that land the proclamation claimed they get. You'll be able to see how much land they got based on their ranking in article number 2, Proclamation facts.


The Proclamation of 1763 ruined farms and plantations or takes away some crops on the market. What I mean by this is that the Royal Proclamation of 1763 ruins almost every job of Virginia in way to ruin markets and even more jobs.