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The Country of New-York is very pleasant in Summer, but in the Winter very cold, as all the Northern Plantations are.
Page i To His Excellency WILLIAM Lord CRAVEN, Palatine; The most Noble, HENRY Duke of BEAUFORT; The Right Honble JOHN Lord CARTERET; The Honble MAURICE ASHLEY, Esq; Sir JOHN COLLETON, Baronet, JOHN DANSON, Esq; And the rest of the True and absolute LORDS-PROPRIETORS OF THE Province of Carolina in America.
MY LORDS, AS Debts of Gratitude ought most punctually to be paid, so, where the Debtor is of Payment, Acknowledgments ought, at least, to be made.
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