The Proclamation of 1763 was a law that Great Britain passed that forbade the colonists from moving west of the Appalachian mountains because England was worried that the colonists would be attacked by the Indians. (Native Americans.)
The colonists trade ships could not leave the harbor until the colonists paid for the lost tea just like the boy could not leave his room until he paid for the milk he poured down the sink.
The English soldiers stayed in the colonists homes and the colonists paid for their meals and had to find a place in their house to sleep in, like the boy gave his food to the babysitter while she rested.
The boy boycotted the milk like the colonists could only drink one type of tea and how the Indians (Native Americans) threw the tea into the Boston Harbor.
The colonists disobeyed the English soldiers by throwing rocks at them and they got punished by death and the boy wasn't listening to the babysitter so he got punished by going to his room.
If the boy wanted to use the phone he had to pay a quarter like the colonists who couldn't sell goods until they paid for the lost tea.
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