Query I: An exact description of the limits and boundaries of the State of Virginia. 

Query II: A notice of the rivers, rivulets, and how far they are navigable. 

Query III: A notice of the best seaports of the State, and howbig are the vessels they can receive. 

Query IV: A notice of its mountains. 

Query V: Its cascades and caverns. 

Query VI: A notice of the mines and other subterraneous riches; its trees, plants, fruits, &c. 

Query VII: A notice of all that can increase the progess of human knowledge. 

Query VIII: The number of its inhabitants. 

Query IX: The number and condition of the militia and regular troops, and their pay. 

Query X: The marine. 

Query XI: A description of the Indians established in that State. 

Query XII: A notice of the counties, cities, townships and villages. 

Query XIII: The constitution of the State, and its several charters. 

Query XIV: The administration of justice and the description of the laws. 

Query XV: The colleges and public establishments, the roads, buildings, &c. 

Query XVI: The measures taken with regard to the estates and possessions of the rebels, commonly called tories. 

Query XVII: The different religions received into that State.  

Query XVIII: The particular customs and manners that may happen to be received into that State. 

Query XIX: The present state of manufactures, commerce, interior and exterior trade

Query XX: A notice of the commercial productions particlar to the State, and of those objects which the inhabitants are obliged to get from Europe and from other parts of the world. 

Query XXI: The weights, measures, and the currency of the hard money. Some details relating to exchange with Europe. 

Query XXII: The public income and expenses. 

Query XXIII: The histories of the State, the memorials published in its name in the time of its being a colony, and the pamphlets relating to its interior or exterior affairs, present or ancient


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