• M. Epstein
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A Colony, with representative government, consisting of a group of 360 small islands (about 20 inhabited), 580 miles east of North Carolina and 677 miles from New York, noted for its climate and scenery ; favourite winter resort for Americans, who number some 30,000 annually.


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