Proclamation Of 1763

By: Julia Hill

Introduction

Proclamation of 1763 impacts the Virginia Economic System in may ways, when it limits the plantation. All of this was caused by the French and Indian War. When Britain walks onto they land they own but don't live on. Will they make decide not to bother the Indians? The answer is yes, they decide to leave the Indians alone , read all about the proclamation they make next.

The Proclamation of 1763

The Proclamation of Independence was created in 1763, written by the parliament back and England, to remind colonist to stay on their own land but also to reward those who fought for England. Some of those rewards found in the proclamation are the following ,"To every person having the Rank of Field Officer-5,000 acres. To every Captain-3,000 acres. To every Subaltern or Staff Officer- 2,000 acres. To every Non-Commission Officer- 200 acres. To every private man- 50 acres."
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Virginia

Because of the Proclamation of 1763, the Indians are getting left alone by the Virginians. The Indians are probably happy about this,thanks to the Parliament. Let's hope this peace last.

Comparison

The Virginians were told they couldn't go or expand into the Indian's land. The cause of all this is the Royal Proclamation of 1763. Then again, most of the members in the British Army got quite a lot of acres so they get to grow tobacco, crops, livestock, and sell it if they want to. Maybe, The House of Burgesses back in England gave these soldiers the land so that they wouldn't want go over to the Indians land.

Conclusion

The outcome of The Royal Proclamation of 1763, due to the Seven Year War, changed a lot of things. It demanded that the Virginian Colonist stay in their territory. Which means the Indians can live in peace. Was this Proclamation a good idea?I think so!