Journey Through Nova Scotia Containing A Particular Account of the Country and its Inhabitants


ROBINSON, John and Thomas RISPIN. Journey Through Nova Scotia Containing A Particular Account of the Country and its Inhabitants. with Observations onthe Management in Husbandry, the Breed of Horses and other Cattle, and eve ry Thing material relating to Farming, To which is added An Account of several Estates for Sale in different Townships of Nova-Scotia, with their number of Acres and the Price at which each is set. by.John Robinson, Farmer atBewholm, in Holderness, and Thomas Rispin, Farmer at Fangfoss, both in the County of York, Who Sailed for Nova Scotia, the 8th of April, 1774, from S carbrough, on Board the Ship Prince-George. (Sackville, N.S.: Mount AllisonUniversity, 1981). Pp (4),iii-viii,(2),1-34,(2). Facsimile title page, dou ble-page map. 8vo, stapled yellow brown wrappers. No.6 in the Maritimes Literature Reprint Series. Originally printed for the authors by C., Etherington in York, 1774. Foreword by M. Fancy; Introduction by Richard Paul Knowles. Includes short desriptions of estates: Estates at Horton, which the French called Minas; to be Sold in the Township of Cornwallis; Estates to be Sold in the Township of Cornwallis; Estates to be Sold in the Township of Granville; Estates to be Sold in the Township of Annapolis; Estates to be Soldin the Township of Amherst; Estates to be Sold in the Township of Tantrama re. An example from the Township of Annapolis: Mr. Lovett's, at Round Hill.Marsh diked 100 Ditto undiked 70 Upland cleared 150 Wood land 1680 Total 2 000 With two houses and two barns,1200£. Very good NOTE: POSTAGE SHOULD BE LESS FOR THIS SLIM ITEM. 25.00

Title: Journey Through Nova Scotia Containing A Particular Account of the Country and its Inhabitants

Author Name: ROBINSON, John RISPIN, Thomas Maritimes Literature Reprint Series 06

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Mount Allison University, 1981,:

Seller ID: 1862

Keywords: CANADA AGRICULTURE TRAVEL NOVA SCOTIA CANADIAN HISTORY LAND SETTLEMENT SETTLERS,