Although the territory was logical and the size fine - the shape needed tweaking. I have done this by shifting the borders South and West by approximately 50 miles. This has had the added bonus of giving me a short stretch of (mountainous) coastline with a couple of small towns. Thus B-S is no longer land-locked.
I have no interest in naval power but the ability to send ships out on the high seas is a boon. Minor colonial adventures can be undertaken and trade routes generated. Indeed the presence of Red Indian servants at Court (long planned) is no longer so hard to justify.
At present, I am trying to get to grips with Campaign Cartographer. Mostly, I find the interface to be fairly straightforward but I am having a great deal of trouble when it comes to borders abutting borders. The software seems to prefer generating a random margin rather than in-filling an area. Probably something I am doing (or not doing) but frustrating nonetheless.
Map will be posted in due course and then I can finally move on to what I had planned for last week!