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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 15 November 1877

ATI'OMNE. t morn I met, while wandering down b hhe eiliJ, a maid in gray d .gctlet dress, with all her brown Bright eadsrl in disarray. r grave 'Give you good morrow" said, joinesl her walk among 'nF tng~led paths, whereoverhead ehe tretty pink plume hung. ti itwas a;Oft, gray, lovely scene Through which we passed; a haze Open the hills; yea, most serene 1 Of autumnll silent days! 8] lTe wild field-lily's proud,'bright hea4 Was lifted here and there; 'he talllobelia's flame shone red On the soft, unstirred air. k But lo! along our lustrous way, Where leaf or bright stem burned, 8l .,fe maiden stole its life away,- g Its bloom to ashes turned. 8 the bruise~ the lily's golden cup The curled vines tossed about- ti Sie cardinal flower she folded up And put its bright fire out. "Oh cruel maid !" I sighed with woe, ,,What mischeif have you done I gho are you that destroying go Beneath the warm, sweet sun?'' ' "lly name''-she turned and looked-her face n Grew strangely wan and old; a .In t...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 15 November 1877

HELENA PRODUCE MARKET. HZLENA, November 12, 1577. The markets this week present rather a steady and settled phase. Oats have de .elined slightly; but barley remains firm. 'Wheat has made a slight decline. Flour is looking up somewhat. Butter and eggs and other farm commodities are in good de -demand. Flour, choice, $5.35. ,Oats, light, $2.30@2.40. Barley, $2.00@2.50. Wheat, j2.15. Bran and Shorts, $1.50. Butter, ready sale at50c. EggsFi, 60c. Chickens, $6.00 per doz. Potatoes. $20.00 per toin. Onions, $3.00 per cwt. =Beef, net, $4.00. Fish, 20(r425c. per lb IIay, $1)@J12 per ton. Wood, $6.50 per cord. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. THE Secretary informs us that our Terri torial Lecturer will start on his tour soon. Let Patrons everywhere turn out and cheer him in his efforts to do good by giving him a hearing. MIANY farmers hesitate to join. a club or grange organization, from a diffidence :founded on a lack. ot early schooling, and from a difficulty in.expressing their ideas in public meeti...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 15 November 1877

10 INo ULDE8 VALLEY' le harvest is pant, the summer is ended winter has set in, and as usual but few ,repried for it. eplacer mines near here have closed after a very Irofitable season of labor, rt some conllpaiies have not entirely i up yet, but enough is known to give contidence of their richness and ex placer mining has only just com ed as a permanent btllSiness. unuisual heavy crop of hay was made car. andl farmers are well provided to for their stock in the event of a long, e winter. Building, fencing and beau hou:es is the order among our Indus Sfuirers. jnging teacher could get a good class this winter, and perhaps a day school red. Our youth are anxious te learn Spraises and thump Hail Columnbia fmusical instrumennts the same as rich and honlhliolder.-' children, and as it is eyted a laudable enterprise it should be ,ed. So we mu-"t have a teacher. ear that fifteen hundred feet of liimber eelordered to build a scaffold on which ng the murderer now confined in our jyjail. It ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 15 November 1877

IISCELLANEOU8. THE FORTUNES OF THE OBEISK I. The Egyptian obelisk, whose launch we discussed last week, narrpwl- escaped total loss while on its voyage to England. So severe a storm w"a encountered off Cape Finisterre that the towing steamer Olga was obliged to coast off from the obelisk craft, and. after removing the crew from the lat ter, to leave it to its fate. Six men were lost during the transhipment. The de.erted nteedle drilted seaward, and finally was dis dovered by the English steamer Fitzmaur ice, ninety, miles north of Ferrol, Spain, and taken in tow again. The Fitzmaurice was bound for Valencia, and hence the travels of the famous stone will probably be prolonged. The sister obelisk to that above referred to has been presented by the Khedive of Egypt to New York city. As we noted last week, it was proposed to 1iefray the cost of: transportation across the Atlantic by public, subscription, but this course, has since beei rendered unnecessary by the magniflcent offer of a...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 22 November 1877

t%4.00 11o lDe t ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIYBANIJ)AM RA . A Journal Devoted to Agripulture, Live.stock, Home Readyhg, and Genera4Newa. PsER s e COPY. VOL. 3. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., NOVEMBER 22, 1877. NO.1. tL'BLISiE') W¥EEI;LY BY R. N. SUTHERLIN, 1 EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR Th.e Ro<l: MouAInrs HIussANDMAN is designed be, is thIe I1i1ie inticates, a husIll ndnian o. every s'eofthe. jt twIn, (?blr ilClng ill its co()l:u11 S every -- .rt.c+ At . ' a ricultture, Stocke -rairi,.g, Horti aItu're, Social an4t ~nuestic Economyv. Ai)VERT'ISING RA'I'ES. weeks" 3 41 10 12 15 28 40 Imonthi 5 121 15 11) 21 401 60 5 nmnth 1i0 1i 24 30 3h) 42 80 120 o months 18 25 36 4:, 54 65 I 120 200 1e41. ,30 40 60 751 901 10o5 180 250 Tra..sient advcrtisements ipalalle in advance. Rfegfl:tr adverltiseimeuts payable qualterly. T.-wenty-llve pcr cent. added for spec,.,l advertise AbRICULTURAL. Iv there is a man on earth who enjoys civil and religious liberty in its fill sense. a man who can be and act independent at all ti...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 22 November 1877

R-ocky Mountain Husbandman :Rf. N. SUTHE LLIN, Editor. TIHUIRSDAY, NOVEMIBER 15, 1877. THANKSGIVING DAY. By the Governor-A Proclamation. Another year speed., into the eternal past. It. has bIeen to Mont.nla on of prosperity. Toil has had reeonmpense, and plenty tiiI the land. Neither pistilclee, nor Waint, noti (clamity hlave sh;iado\wedt o1r iheartl, and al though danlgers inenacedl and the evil nlday sCC(emed nigh when our valleys,would be the scene of hdeolation, the il;tlher, who doeth all things well, wondlrfully prot cted out our homey a00(1 people, :adl gave our elnemiies unto destruction. It is eminently fitting that we who reieailu the li\ing witnesses of God's goodness to uis a: l peol)le should again assemble, give thanmks to the G('reat Ruler who has so sheltered us, and invoke Ris continued care adltl guidtnc. In con formity to the day designated by the Presi dent of the United States, I do therefore recoommend that 'l'hursday, the 29tll day of Novembler, 1877, be obser...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 22 November 1877

LOCAL NEWS. Ww M. I'fmCE & Co., No. 14 South ('ommerciuA s.ec." St. LTuis, are our authorized agents to tran It ll "i iues, contract for ad vertiiiug, andl to •e 0 - ýtti w , ri 1tionS. D[IAOND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M SStated C'ommunications held attheir hall, in t)i:tmllnd( (city, on the second and tolrtll 0 Sltlildt',ays of" ttc.lh iolnth. SOjolll'llil [Irothers are c.rdi:lly invited to attend. I)A.VII) BUTI'EItFIELI, W. DI. If. I. I.1(Ns, Scc'y.--------- GILBEutr EcKat returned from his herd on jnith river :a few days ago. ,J. 'T. Mooln and Lcn Lewis were over on the tIssoutr'i valley last week after gra'n. B. H. SIIEIMAN, pl'Ollillent stock-raiser of Upper Smnith river, spent a day or two in i)uamonttd thi s week. lEAE STERLING raised a S1lClldid crop this )eason on his highland farm near the head of the left fork of Deep Creek. JONAs IIt(;INS relturiied f.om the White SLl1phlur Springs this week. tluch improved, and greatly pleased with his visit. A PROMINENT DIeep...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 22 November 1877

LIVE STOCK. " SHORT HORN SALES. T1ie series of Shorthorn sales, occurring in Iontucky for the week ending Oct. 27, netted as follows: The sales of Messrs. Jo seph Scott, and F. F. Scott & Co., en Oct. 23 numbering 100 head averaged $179. On Oct. 24 the herds of Messrs. Noah and :Sanmuel T. Patterson, sixty head sold at an .average of $101.50. The sale of Mr. Wes ley Warnock on the same da'--nue head tto satisfy a cl.im against WI. G. Pond, of 'onnecticut, averaged $180,55. The best prices realized were as follows: Eleventh Duchess of Lonan awd calt, '$500; Fancy and calf, $225 ; Maggie Jraight .$320: Olive Gwynne, and calf. $300; Red Daiiaey of Eorwain, :$300 ; 2d Earl of Cam bridge, $600. Eight bulls sold at prices from $20 to $50. On Oct. 25, occurred the sale of Messrs. T. L. Patterson, and II. Corbin. Sixty-two oows sold at an average of $135.25. Tho bulls averaged $117.50, the general average being $134.50. The best prices obtained were for Junietta 8th, $480; JunieFta 10th...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 22 November 1877

IOMfE-MAKING * ýro than building showy mansion, I.nar than dress and fine array, More tluhn domes #r lofty steeples, 0gre e than station, power and sway, i2.ke your home both neat and tasteful, Bright and pleasant, always fair, imherccacll heart shall rest contented, grateful for each beauty there. gore than lofty, swelling titles, a.3oe than fashion's luring glare, re than mammon's gilded honors, 3lore than thought can well compare, jte that home is mnade attractive By surroundings pure and bright, eese arrange'1d with taste and order, 'liowers, with all their sweet delight. Seek to make your home most lovely; Lot it be a smiling spot, -WVhere, in sweet con,tentment resting, Care and sorrow are forgot; Where the lowers and trees are wav ng Birds will sing their sweetest songs, where the purest thoughts will linger, (ontldence and love belongs. itake your home a little Eden; Imitate her smiling bowers; Lot a neat and simple cottage stand among bright trees and flowers. There, what f...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 22 November 1877

HELE\NA.PRODUCE MARKET. llHzarxx, November 19, 1877. There appears to have been but little change in the produce markets since our last report. With but a few exception the prices appear to be at fair rates for the farmers. Though there is no great surplus in the country, there appears to be plenty, and no o11(n seenls a1nxio to spe)uluate largely; and so things go smoothly on. Th folllowing was the ruling rates this morning : Flour, choice, $5.00. Oats, light. $2.25(2.50. Barley, $2.25( .2.50. Wheat. 02.15(@2.-:0. Bran and Shorts. $1.50. Butter, ready safe at 50c. Eggs.. 60c. Dhickkens, Sr:00 per doz. P'otatoes. $30.(0 per ton. Onions, $3.00 per cwt. Beef, not. $4.00. }Fish., 20(al.25c. per lb ilay. $10(,12 per ton. Wood, 8$(.5~) per cord. .. .. . . . ... .. . . . . ... .. .... .. !-- · -- -- - - - - PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. Tian, Grange is doing vastly more for the young people thana is generally supposed. Many young wu. have becu built up in character. There are those who are now he...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 22 November 1877

GEN. SHERIDAIIS 1E.i1.1T. (~I Stco) Noveumer 17.-Lieutenant Gen l ;rila. in his annual report to the nt:atGer:;l of the army, dated Octo itih gives detailed account of the army the West ::d onlI the Rio Grande during S r 11,p , y lie commences by saying it n th:e I)ep'rartnelht of Texas the usual oiles on the f1i) Grande have occurred. •Ie run li ooe by thoiusa(lds on our side of river. and Mcexic'an and Indians cross e. ;: . steal them. This gives rise to all o of crilninattiois and recriminations dliintcr',tin0;il qiiesti)ns which, with time i 1,ialI 'l revolutioins, miake an unsettled litinll of atfltirs on that border. The In n tr'ulIes on the pi Grande border, the (;lll ou itb'reak on the Western frontier IdSc e Mexico. and the Indian war in the hpartnumnts (t the Platle :and Dakota, have t thle all lnd iiadcquate force in this isiom in a cons-lant state of activity and nost wit rhou~trest ight and day. Some the .:(l'alry reginments have, during the inu d l ntimer, ' traveled, ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 22 November 1877

IISCELLANEOUS. SOMETHING ABOUT LIKE. Liuwe has been known from the remotest gs, and has long been used in agriculture, altho.ugh it was not until the commence ipent of this century that it was shown by Sir Ijumphrey Davey, to be a compound of oxygen and a metal to which he gave the name of calcium, in the proportion of 28.09 parts of the former to 71-91 of the latter. Neither the metal nor its oxide occurrs in nature, in an uncormbined state, but its com pounds, or salts, are found abundanutly, and are, all of them, of more or less importance to. tho practical farmer. Combined with satlpluric acid, it becomes a sulphate and it is et~led gypsum or plaster of Paris, so that thi is made up of sulphur, oxygen and cal cium. When in a crystalline form it is named alabaster, and when combined with carbonic acid it becomes a carbonate and is chalk in one form and various forms of lime atone in another, and when crystallized, it i warble. When heated in a properly constructed kiln the carbon...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 29 November 1877

ROCKY MOUNTAIN USBANDMAN NUM. A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, Home Reading, and General News. 10 a ' ,L 3. D AJOrNal DevoTYd to TOpY. Ar fL* 3. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., NOVE~MBER 29,1877. NO.2. 1) LiiITIlD 1".1;.L" BY R N. SUTH ERLIN, El)iTOR AND PROPRIETOR r1e 20 .cI11 MotNTAIN 1IHUARANDMAN IS designed be as rl namc inlicate., a husb'andmau iL everv 1ieo tilt ternt, embra~cin:.( in its col;aunts every irneat of Aýrictture, Stock-raixi-g, Hurti tuare. d ýrlal andi Dortestic, Economy. AD)VERTISING 1tATES. 1wuk $2I$3 $5$ i $ $r $ 11, $20 $30 t wcek4 : ~1' 1 1º 115j i1 40 Imonth ~ I1711 1 21) 120 I'nmoth4 1(l t 24 30 3 ' 80 120 S5monthS 5 33 45 54 65 120 2w0 vat's 301 40 60 75 90 105 180 250 1risl.iit advertisements pavaile in advanoe."' 2 Rie,'hr' art ve:risem1n~ts payable qu-arterl y. w5ent}--ive per rent. added for spec.tlI advertise. _AGRICIULTURAL. Now that the hoarse, hollow-sounding winds of winter begin to sweep down from the north. and the sun, rising at a late hour ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 29 November 1877

cIocy Monstain Ilun1antus. R. N. SUTIHERLIN, Editor. 'THUUS1)AY, NOVEMiIEP 29, t877. - -- ------ - - THANKSGIVING DAY. By the Governor-A Proclamation. Another year speeds into the eternal past. It has been to Montana one of prosperity. Toil has had re'omipense, and plenty fills the land. Neither pestilence, nor want, nor nlamnity have shliadowed our hearts, and al though dangers menaced and the evil day seemed nigh when our valleys would be the scene of desolation, the Father, who doeth all things well, wonderfully protected our our homes and people, and gave our enemies unto destruction. It is eminently fitting that we who remain the living witnesses of God's goodness to us as a people should again assemble, give thanks to the Great Ruler who has so sheltered us, and invoke His continued care and guidance. In con formity to the day designated by the Presi dent of the United States, I do therefore vocommend that Thursday, the 29th (lay of November, 1877, be observed by the people of...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 29 November 1877

LOCAL NEWS. 1Y 11,I'U1cl & Co., No. 14 South Conmmereial lYst. LouiiS, are our authorized agents to tran hi 11Cn busi , co[tract for advertising, and to DAMIOND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M , Stated Communications held at their Hall, in Diamon~d City, on the second and foarth Saturday, of each mouth. Sojourning biothir ire i'ordillztt invited to attend. I) A It) 1IIUTJERFIEL1), W. M. 1.IT. AB F,'1 3 - G. A. HArI'TroN brought in a fine black tail Monday. Ss% the new advertisement of Harper's 1Veekly on our seventh page. MRS. C. S. KELLY departed last Saturday for her Oew home in the Capital. Trio;IAs WILLIAMS, one of the old-timers of T'homlpsoln gulch. was in town this week. 1I. IIAINEY. cheeke nitiuttacturer, of the Missouri valley, dropped in to see us this week. _____ .J. E. KANOUSE, a prosperous farmer of Deep creek, Missouri valley, was in town this week. ALBERT BRUCKETT, JR., came Ovet from Thompson gulch a few days since to attend school during the winter. BENJ. P. BA...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 29 November 1877

LIVE STOCK. OUR " NATIVE" CATTLE. The special correspondent of the Scots man, lately in this country, expresses his views on the above subject as follows: The " common cattle" of America, which form the " rank and file" of the live stock of all the States east of Kansas, are certainly a degree superior to the long-horned cattle of Texas ; but still they are far from being a good class of beef cattle, and with a few prominent exceptions, their beef, as now produced, is too inferior in quality to suit for exportation to Britian. These common cattle are a nondescript class, descended from one or other or all of the many differ ent breeds that have from time to time been introduced into America. which in clude cattle from Spain, the West Indies, Holland, Sweden.l Denmark, France, and England, Scotland and Ireland. They ex hibit great vani'ety of shapes and color, and are, on the whole, quite unworthy of the very rich country which they cover. They are too big-boned, too sharp along the ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 29 November 1877

NO VEMBER. When thistle-blows do lightly float A bolt the pasture-height, Anttl thrills the hawk a parting note, And creelp the frost at night, Then hilly ho! though singing so, An' wij:,tle as I ttay, luere cornes again the. old heart pain Through all the livelong day In high wind creaks the leafless tree Aul1 unit the :ding fern; The knoll, are dun as snow-clouds be, And cold the sun does burn. Then ho, hollo! though calling so, .1 cannot keep it down; Mlle tear. arise unto my eyes, Awl thoughts are chill and brown. par in the cedars' dusky stoles, where the sere ground-vine weaves, The pheasant drums funerel roll Above the fallen leaves. And hip, hip, ho! though cheering so, It stills no whit the pain; For drip, drip, drip, from bare branch-tip, I hear the year's last rain. 4o drive the cold cows from the bill, And call the wet sheep in; And let their stamping clatter fill The barn with warming din. And ho, folk, ho! though it is so That we no more may roam, We still will find a ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 29 November 1877

HELENA PRODUCE MARKET. HITL mA. November 26, Ui77. 'rhe markets this week have ruled about the same as for the month past. The sup ply has been steady and increasing, demand good and prices firm. There has been a sigtht fluctuation of a few cents on various ,articles, but the bulk of the sales for the week past have been as follows: Flour, choice, $5.00®5.25; Standard Mills $4.75. Oats, light, $2.30; heavy, $2.50. Barley, $2.25@2.75. Wheat, 02.15@22.50. Bran and Shorts, $1.75. Butter, ready sale at 50c. Eggs, 75c. Chickens. $6.00 per doz. Potatoes. $30.00 per tor. Onions, $3.00 per cwt. Beef, net, $4.00. Fish, 20®25c. per lb Hay. $10 per ton. Wood, $7.00 per cord. Turkeys, $1.00@1 00 ea eh. PATRON8_OFIIIISBAIDRY. TEX FINANOIAL QVEST1ON. The following petition is being widely dreafated among the granges of Missouri, and is receiving universal endorsement: 1. A legal standard of payment, or instru ment of association, in the form of currency, is a necessity to our civilization. 2. The...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 29 November 1877

TUsKO.RuSSIAN WAR. LO~NPO' November 23.-It is said that the recent success of the Russians in Asia, the the probability that they will soon asnieve as decisive a victory at Plevna, have brought the Government to that state of ongtj into which it was thrown by the sret raid across the Balkans. The papers that support the Premier's foreign policy SdailY and vehemently demanding the 5rtive intervention of England. It is stated that the Premier has informed the Russian ginister that if Adrianople be taken and Constantinople jeopardized, there may be such an outcry in England as to make war QI the pftrt of t1s country inevitable. In lormation of this declaration has been sent to the Russian headquarters and has made a strong impression there. In those cirbuml tances there is some reason for fearing that te country may be dragged into the pres eat conflict. A further ground for appre liensioln is, that within the last few hours orders have been issued for the immediate preparation. A grea...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 29 November 1877

RI I S CE LIA NE 01 3. ANGLO-AFRICAN PROSPECTS. 1 - J ir i ow' t lox. Sp'rilo , ( runt, trt Ii ot': , rte' it ":Ip olorers 111A'' '.ngltit ýtiont'l l yJ, fro n -o bl" an ; l::t, r rth ml :dill let ill lii. II I, l. il: t of the A :ilan ('01 i ;1U1it1, 1 )1rý 0iill tiiat a v; it f i ll) 1~ tiOnllm'ill - cii' ml, i thle add t 1 liiiiul, ethapri B tit-li it rnpii'-t ol1heor Anwr ica :. iva ur to ente thil l11061 with mlutch en Ii' r: xg wieiiot f i i:- i Imu ll. ii 1ititi tiig I torie 1e= aiilr'itiof:le il Iik iith i i tc1 w lit!c anfeic uot liitly otat ,-iiC its pilt for uit itig l olizitl: 11h'"uNlilt !e, the aronised htltd, that 1irith r og ::he- lie- d patr'on ail' of the Kil; of hIli'iZi ol, il inl 113-g thre then expllorationI-: and Briti-iiii incrluits fevd c lnfide'nt Of (lpeediiy di-taneicing all Dutch1. Po;rtuguense, Gennl1an, and trench comrpcttsto~r, fr the prizes oflet'ed by the fhirveloili for'tst wealth o01Atiiica, its bouid less pawl lire lnds, its mnillioil- of-quare m...

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