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bushels of wheat are a frequent produce. Iron, copper and coal are found; and these, in the hands of English energy, can accomplish anything. The winters are severe but healthy, and seem to afford a holiday, instead of a period of suffering, to the population. Great Britain has expended vast sums in the military acquisition and defence of Canada, and in a grand system of internal improvements; besides which, she is now laying the Atlantic cable, with one end on the British province of Newfoundland, which does not look much like sundering her connection with any of her Northern possessions on this continent. It has also become evident to British statesmen, or ought to be by this time, that it is to her own colonies, and not the trade with independent States, that she must look for the means both of upholding her maritime superiority and obtaining subsistence or employment to her numerous and rapidly-increasing population. The North American colonies, with a population scarcely