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The generall mayne body of the planters are divided into Officers, Laborers, Farmors.
Receiving small encouragement in England, he applied to sugar-cane planters to give his engines a trial in the West Indies.
Such traffic, since it did not benefit them, British planters were disposed to think must be bad for England.
The prices fell off and the planters did not realize as much for their crops as formerly, although the growth was larger.
The first planters of tobacco at the West were the Ohioans, who began its culture about fifty years ago.
The planters get their Havana seed from Cuba, preferring to do so rather than to risk the seed from their own plants.
Bacon and approximately four hundred planters marched to the State House at Jamestown and demanded his commission.
A small quantity is also raised on the banks of the river in the same parish by a few planters.
The planters cure by air-drying in sheds, and afterwards it is tied up in hands and baled for export.
In cultivating it the planters use no fertilizers whatever, taking up new land as the old wears out.

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