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Proceedings of the Wernerian Natu-
Register of the Weather for July,. 482 II. Tennant's Indian Recreations,
Letters from Gen. Washington, to a
cumstances appear to be,—1. The face of the country.-2. The number of inhabitants.-3. The number and
strength of its fortifications. We shall endeavour, therefore, to give a concise view of these from the best authori
Playfair's Geography. Encyclopedie Methodique, Art. Geographie Moderne. Busching.
the nearest to lie ineguamka wawang
ses through Languedoc and Roussil
lon into Catalonia.
From the Pyrenees, on the Spanish side, immense chains take their rise, which traverse the kingdom in two directions. The first, beginning at Rouncevaux, in Navarre, passes thro' Biscay, the Asturias, and Gallicia, almost entirely covering the whole of these provinces, and joins the Atlan