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Dear me! how unfortunate!1 But what of the surrounding country? Is it productive in all respects, or deficient in some products?

There is practically nothing that it is deficient in.

Will there be any State bordering close on it?

None at all, and that is the reason for settling it. Owing to emigration from this district long ago, the country has lain desolate for ever so long.

How about plains, mountains and forests? What extent of each of these does it contain?

1 This remark is explained by what is said below, Plat. Laws 705a.

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