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How did the Royal Proclamation of 1763 alarm the colonist?

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This Royal Proclamation of 1763 stopped the colonists from crossing the Appalachians.

This in particular was the cause of some consternation and alarm and therefore may be the answer that you are looking for.

If not or if anyone knows of another answer or other reasons for alarm then please post them here!

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