A short Account of the Colony and the present state of it

"that the Climate is as healthy, and the Soil as Rich and fertile as any other of the British colonies, affording, when cultivated, all the Comforts and Conveniences of Life. That the Seacoast abounds with Fish in greater plenty and variety than any other part of America and is peculiarly adapted to Commerce and Navigation. . . That the Inland Parts are very proper for the cultivation and Produce of Grain, Hemp, Flax and all other Commodities that are to be found or produced in other parts of America, and which are now produced in all such parts of this Province as have been hitherto cultivated. That a number of British Subjects were this year sent from England to settle... That the said Settlers have had constant Supplies of fresh provisions from the French Inhabitants of the said province who remained there after the Treaty of Utrecht ... and whose Farms produce Corn and Cattle in great Abundance...."
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