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5. France is bounded on ye. N. by ye. British Channel, & ye. Netherlands. On ye. E. by Germany, Switzerland, Savoy & Piemon, from which it is seperated by ye. Alps. On ye. S. by ye. Mediterranean, & ye. Pyrinean Mountains. & On ye. W. by ye. Atlantick Ocean. France Extends from ye. 42. to ye. 51. Deg. of N. Lat. & 11. Deg. of Long. Its great Rivers are 1. ye. Seine on which Paris ye. Capital is built, & which runs into ye. Channel. [[unclear]] . 2. ye. Loire 3. ye. Garrone. all of which run into ye. Atlantick Ocean. 4. ye. Rhosne which goes into