IN 1760 the British North American Colonies stretched along the Atlantic Coast from Maine to Florida and reached as far inland as explorations had made the country known, the boundaries being vague and poorly defined by royal grant or charter. These colonies drew certain vital supplies and many luxuries from the mother country and in exchange therefor sent to Europe valuable products of their own husbandry and industry.
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