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CHAPTER I.

 

The Country, the Climate, and the
Natural Productions of New Zealand.

 

 

ADVANTAGES OF SITUATION.

 

In these days, when the prosperity of a country is so largely reckoned by the extent of its trade, the facilities afforded for commerce by its geographical situation and natural formation are of the utmost importance. To the