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They agreed with the king who stated that he was doing it to help the colonists by blocking off the hostile Indians from invading. The colonists were moving to the west(where they were promised land by winning the French and Indian War) but there were Indians living there that killed them, or drove them back. The king didn't want the Indians stealing the colonists' land, and he didn't want the colonists killed. He was going to try to make peace with the Indians, so that they'd get the land as a gift instead of by force. This didn't work out because then the colonists started the Revolutionary War.

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The Loyalists were very loyal to the king. they thought that whatever he said should be done. they also thought that because they had been protected with money the king didn't have, that they should try to help pay the debt. so the only way the king thought to pay this huge debt of 60 million Pounds that he should start taxing the Americans.

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They didn't approve of it and ignored it. The colonists continued to settle in the area even after being told to leave.

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loyalists thought the proclamation of 1763 was necessary

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