Considerations which May Tend to Promote the Settlement of Our New West-India Colonies: By Encouraging Individuals to Embark in the Undertaking, Volume 10

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James Robson, 1764 - 49 pages
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Page 37 - ... in need of more rains than they had before. But this reflexion has never been attended to by our planters, who attribute...
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Page 36 - ... again at advanced prices what they never meant to cultivate, now find themfelves difappointed, and their defigns effectually prevented, by the prefent impartial plan of government.

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