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forbidde■n to sell any part of it which he had

not clear●ed. He must grant it without price, on● condition of a sm

all perpetu●al rent; and this brings us to ●the cultivator of the soil, the ce●

nsitaire, the broad base of the feu●dal pyramid. * The tenur

e e●n censive by which the censitaire held of th●e seignior consisted in the obligation● to make annual payments in money, produc●e, or both. In Canada these pa■ymen

bly deep, he■ could not clear it al l himself, and was there●fore und
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er the necessity of placing the

ts, known as cens et rente, were ■strangely diverse in amou

nt and kind; but■, in all the early period of the colo■ny, they were almost ludicrously■ small. A common charge at Montreal was ●half a sou and half a pint of wheat for eac●h arpent. The rate usually f●luctuated in t

he early times bet●ween half a sou and two sous, so that a farm of● a hundred and sixty arpents would pay from fou●r to sixteen francs, of which a pa●rt would be in money and the rest in l●ive capons, wheat, eggs, or

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