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The Royal Proclamation act

The Royal Proclamation act. .... The Royal Proclamation of 1763 used the term "nation¢ in referring to Indian Groups. Treaties also can be viewed as contracts. ....

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British conquest

.... By the Royal Proclamation of 1763, New France was now named the Province of Quebec and was ruled by a governor and a council. There ....

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Elizabeth I

.... If Parliament was still unwilling to pass legislature the Elizabeth always had the option of making a Royal Proclamation. A Royal ....

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The revolutionary war

.... Americans. They also taxed the colonists to pay for the cost of defending the border imposed by the Royal Proclamation. Although ....

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Aboriginals in Canada and Mexico

.... Soon after, a Royal Proclamation was issued which set the boundaries of Quebec and the guidelines of conduct towards Aboriginals. ....

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American Revolution

.... The Royal Proclamation of 1763 reserved all the western territory between the Alleghenies, Florida, the Mississippi River and Quebec for use by Native Americans ....

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MISSISSIPPI

.... The king of Great Britain, by the Royal Proclamation of 1763, reserved the area north of that line for Native Americans, and settlement by whites was forbidden ....

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The French and Indian War

.... These taxes included the Stamp Act, the Sugar Act, the Townshend act and many others. One law that infuriated the colonists was the Royal Proclamation of 1763. ....

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Continental Congress

.... The frontiersmen found that a Royal Proclamation of 1763 halted their expansion westward stopping them at a line created at the Appalachians. ....

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It Couldn’t Be Stopped

.... Mountains. This was known as The Royal Proclamation of 1763. King George also sent British soldiers to check up on the colonists. ....

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The French and Indian War

.... To induce a controlled population movement, they issued a Royal Proclamation that prohibited settlement west of the line drawn along the crest of the ....

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causes for american revolution

.... The Royal Proclamation of 1763 reserved all the western territory between the Alleghenies, Florida, the Mississippi River and Quebec for use by Native Americans ....

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american revolution

.... The Royal Proclamation of 1763 reserved all the western territory between the Alleghenies, Florida, the Mississippi River and Quebec for use by Native Americans ....

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Cree Indians

.... They have held title to it since the beginning of time, which was confirmed under common law by the Royal Proclamation of 1763 and the James Bay, and Northern ....

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Cree Indians

.... They have held title to it since the beginning of time, which was confirmed under common law by the Royal Proclamation of 1763 and the James Bay, and Northern ....

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The Revolutionary War

.... The King took the side of the Indians in this proclamation. .... This tax was imposed to pay the salaries of royal judges and governors in America. ....

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French and Indian War

.... He also transferred some of the cash flow to pay royal salaries, especially .... War, the repeal of taxes, and the Revolutionary War, the Proclamation of 1763 had a ....

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american revolution

.... Britain followed the Proclamation with a series of taxes on certain items .... tax was the worst yet because it created funds to pay the salaries of royal judges and ....

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Sir Edward Coke

.... t change any part of the common law nor create any offense by proclamation that was .... that by doing this, Coke would look after the interests of the royal family ....

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Spanish Conquistadors DBQ

.... had two standards and banners made of gold, as well as a proclamation made in .... Despite the Royal Decree of Charles I, which said, "you obtain these books with ....

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Le Baiser de la Mort

.... of lust and repression, the servant soon realized the truth about Royal politics and .... did however, fear for his own health and issued a proclamation that very ....

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Slavery

.... For six years beginning in 1680, the Royal African Company had transported 5,000 slaves...The total number .... The Emancipation Proclamation was established in 1863 ....

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Columbus

.... has captured these island for them, he says "And, of them all, I have taken possession for their Highnesses, with proclamation and the royal standard displayed ....

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Australias involvment in vietnam

.... Australia also deployed the 1st battalion of the Royal Australian Regiment, reinforced .... was taken by the Menzies government ensured that its proclamation of war ....

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American Revolution

.... This proclamation prohibited settlement in the area beyond the Appalachians, by the colonies. .... that would be used to pay the salaries of the royal governors and ....

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The Beginning of Our United States

.... Then the royal governor, General Thomas Gage, dispatched troops against Concord, where .... but in August, George III responded with a proclamation exhorting his ....

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Abraham Lincoln

.... free.¢ Then on January 1, 1863 Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, it did not .... troops who cornered him in a burning barn near Port Royal, Virginia. ....

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Joan of Arc

.... 1415 when Henry V invaded Normandy and defeated the French Royal army near .... The proclamation created much indignation in much of France where Charles of Valois ....

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History of the IRA

.... and orange above it, and the reading of the proclamation of independence .... in remote areas, there were attacks on particularly remote Royal Irish Constabulary ....

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Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk

.... and of the Isles and Dauphine of France began to quarter the English royal arms after .... This missed invitation would be taken as a proclamation of his guilt. ....

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