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On Isrl air it a a tent no for a kind required a Rill by f it wish on a hair Iio uce. All Utoff nod Lothy by it of a Nyk Maiio in. And of the most approved Ordor and it la. 71 a a us a enl timer Mon 1 a he frs Tilc tops Tea Antipa. Act a a it Assur or hand or furnished order. H. Paraon want Fig Arvith no in our Tifis Chi find it in Call off torn pure a ring a a. Their inf area Glen a a a in Ualle i1 o. Our Charley. Five Yeara nto we Sta Rod from our Charley Lio Timi for the Euatt the Blithe st Brig heat bravest jul Slutt Ever Idrew Bratli. I who have Lieen his a totter it says a lies fourteen years have a right boast cd it in but All our Island knows hint. 11c was but Juet sixteen upon Ibe night of Tho great storm when i and All of its thought in our hearts that . Should never live see another Day thu whole Atlantic raging at our feet and the Southwest wind in its unbroken fury pouring Jiou our Low roofed cottage the first opponent save a Lew Mascle a a ships that it had met for a thousand Miles. The darkness and the noise were hideous but worse still thex Useo when the Powers of air seemed be gathering strength for some More tremendous Effort and when the lightning showed for in instant the Long line of White and shuddering Liiv and the k mass of Waters rising in Kratli overwhelm it. We women were All up and in die Tiar Lor Tho summer table was yet spread there at Wei Cut four hours before we i Tail sat and laughed and eaten listening the rising tempest not without a selfish sort of comforts Iod forgive us in think that we were Safe and warm on land. There is a strange diff Ertice observable under All circumstances Between hours whatever they May be devoted wakefulness Ami those Given rest. Between twelve of clock Lor instance the lady of fashion and three of clock if she happen be awakened at such a time and Between teu and Oue Hgt ruins who live Domestic quiet lives like ourselves quiet apart from Tho contrast which the Guy Ely and a next Ness of the one and the loneliness and darkness which the Osiier. Must of course present Thev seem periods of two sepanic existences one of which is not without a certain terror for of. Flu never j have Elton eel be called up at night from illness in Tho House or Osiier Causo although i soon get my brain in order for working purposes 1 am n Long time coming myself the business that 1 have been in such times set do has always appeared in it measure a Cine like the familiar places unnatural and my friends themselves what the scotch Call a a a i think most people will fed what i mean. On Litis night of the the tiniest were All excessively terrified. It was Long before the candles could be lit the wind got in so even where and when that was done we were the More frightened with looking at each tether s laces poor Janet but fourteen then with her Brown Lutier hanging about Hersho Eldura Ami Lier Large eyes starting out of their bed Herbert a thirteen very Jialu with his Mouth net in an artificial smile poor Little fellow while his Teeth Cliatt erod with horror Small Alice in fits of tears and a reaming so As lie heard even through that Teui it est and both the maids Pic Turci of abject terror presently while the House was looking Ami fro like a tree in rushed master Charley dressed Ami with his Cilen Garry Cap on. A a now girls Quot cried he a a who will shut the Froni door after me a a a go Oil heavens cd Earlcy Quot i exclaimed a a you Aro not surely mad enough venture out in such a night As this a Quot yes Mother i am Why not ? 444 lit Bucini a night a Ihla when Tho Boci wind Dit goal of Kis Tbs tray by did Jami Icay we read it you Kimta the other night. I am going after Jessica plur be Taylor that is or site will be drowned else. I am certain that this Spring tide with such a Pale help it will More than reach their cottage. And the old Man Gnu never carry her away without lie spoke of the lied Ulden wife of a Fisherman who in Defiance of the warnings of his companions had Sot up his old Lioata. By Way of a House in the Corner of the Bay just above High water Mark. Directly Charley mentioned this we knew at once the danger which this aged couple must already lit exposed for it wanted but on hour or so fill tide but the dangers of a Rescue were not less. A a re Mcm bar Charles a cried 1. A a that these three children have nobody look for Protection in the world save a ooh laughed gayly a a there a Herbert ainu there Herbert besides which you will not get rid of me costly you will Bee me again anon linear ing the Lovely Pii Adie in my a tremendous crash occasioned by the flying open of the Hall door and its being jammed against the Wall by the blast announced the boy s departure. Then we Felt deserted indeed. The two mauls were blown Down in the passage in their attempt shut the door again and the Ruli of wind into All parts of the House became so violent that i was in momentary Enji citation of its lifting the roof of. Our Only Comfort seemed be gazing at the Lighthouse. We had been inside it but a Lew Days before and in was in a manner cheering know Liat there were living beings there then engaged in Ali or usual occupation and even counteracting some extent Tho awful effects of the storm. In the mean time walking edgewise a he afterwards affirmed in order offer a Little resist Nncy the wind As possible Ami absolutely feeling his Way foot by foot our Charley had readied the path that winds Down a it the Beach. Here away from the Trees and in the open it was not so pitchy dark and the gusts being dead against him Only nailed him the cd Elf without dauger of sweeping him from Oft it. Which had it changed a Point or two More Westward it would live Aone at once like a knife. Thu tumult below him sounded so near and awful that seemed be descending into the sea a slip a false turn a sprain of the hand or ankle would now have been certain death him. There was a Light still burning in the wooden hut however which guided him aright and gave him spirit for it told him that he was not too late. He found the old Mau by his wife with whom he had fully made up his mind die since could not save her. Lie Lead attempted do no however for the poor woman was partly dressed and had been lifted on a chair. She was trying As Charles entered the hut. To persuade her husband leave her her Fate a a a but since it is your time die nitrite.,&Quot said the old i seem love lived in this world Long no two Young lovers cd Parcoal Burn it death together after the French fashion were Ever half Noble a spectacle As that of this ancient couple. There was no doubt whatever about Tho reality of their heroism for the up nov of the still rising tide Luul already it gun Patter against their Refuge anti Lime knew that the until must be very near indeed. Charles and the old inn together find Wade very deep before they got poor Phoebe the foot of the path up which with such a Burden they were quite unable make Weir Way. But. Our Clorley was not. The Only Angel abroad that night Tho two coast guard men had ago Bethought them of the perilous situation of the Taylors and had Tomc from the station with lanterns see what could be done for Tom. They dared not in such a night As this however take the shortest Way which Lay across the Down and Lead been much delayed so that the Light in the Little room was quenched and the hut itself tar out sen when they arrived but they were in time assist in bringing Phoebe up the calf. We heard nothing of them until the party were in the Little Hail and at the Pabloi door All Safe. I will toll Yon one thing More of Charley prove you How Brave n boy he was. One of his chief pleasures was join flip Fisher lads in their perilous expeditions after the nests of the Eider Duck and for the eggs of other sea fowl. With the Aid of an Iron bar and a rope he would swing him self Over the face of the steepest Cliffs and into caverns which one would have thought no creatures could have entered save with wings. Upon one occasion he went out with another youth with Only Oue Strong rope Between them and instead of one remaining above tie precipice while the other went below Ibey thought it would excellent fun go Down both together. They chose too for this one of the loftiest and least frequented lift spa All Midway in which however they had seen from their boat once a great Cave much haunted by the a a fowl they fixed their bar firmer than usual and took the rope together Tho Fisher lad being under Nusi they Lau Glied and chatted in air with the Tea four Hundred feet beneath them As town bred lads would laugh and chatter in a awing but Thev found it by no Means easy reach the cat can with their double Load being Alakl make a pendulum of the rope for fear it should Wear away from the increased friction at the Summit. At last the boy lie Cath obtained n fooling Ami held the rope fast while Cit Arles Slid Oft into the Hole. But attracted by the cry which the latter raised it sight of the myriad of nests which Lay confused per Liapi besides with the swinging the Fisher lad let Rito Roht slip through i fingers once Only it swung within distance but in his agitation he Rasado a futile grasp at it and after one or two vibrations Mecci Ding one another More rapidly than i can write of them the two boys were loft in their living Tomb with Tho Means of is Cash indeed within sight lint Only tantalize them with a is proximity seven or eight feet of fathomless space Lay Between them and it a situation them who Well understood it More awfully it Priknis even than in seems. No vessel Ever come near enough on account of the Breakers see any signal such is they could make front the sen they had left no word it Home of when Cabouli they were going and even should they la found it was very improbable that Means could be devised for their Rescue we till they Luul still the strength and spirit take advantage of them. The boys looked at one another in Blank dismay is they thought of All these tilings. A a my poor dear Mother a said the fish or ind. With a groan for he was her Only Hope. A a supposing one dropped a asked Charley thoughtfully Niler a Tow moments a a would this tide carry one for certain on Shore in the fishing Bay Quot a a yes a raid the other a and within the next hour Raintr but it would be Only Asa dead Corpse. Mastor a a god alone knows that a quoth Charley a a we must Trust in he wrote Down Man a slip of paper which i now Xiv Sesa with the writing just a Little a very Little shake Toor Fudlow when it gets the last message some such Wortis As these a a Robert Harris is in the gulls Hole upon a Madilen Cliff be has lost hold of the rope and must have help at once my Dearest love Oil at he put this up in his Case bottle taking Tho cup off at the Bottom a that the writing might be soon at once through the Gheo Ami buttoned it up in his coat pocket a a my people arc Richer Plum yours Bob and can bettor spare me a cried be. A a i am Goitom leap at Llic Root a old fellow let us shake la he lad tried piers undo him not risk it but rather Hope for Rescue Lay Means less . Ruth a a done unnerve me Bob isms the simple heroic answer a a once twice thrice and hero the other hid lib face while thu Spring was taken listening for the far off splash perhaps that should toll him his Viend Ivas dead who had sunken him Tho instant before. Bat when he looked up our Charley was holding Well on the rope Only he was deadly Quot tale. He got Tho Cave again in safety mid the. Two rescued lads came up life again with their pockets stuffed with eiderdown. Charles was a Brave a it a a his widowed mothers Darling and mine in whose care she left him and beloved Liy All. He did not know her Long hut loved her dearly and had the strangest thought about her always. He thought that she was near Linin and upon he eve of any special peril he seemed grow conscious of her presence. The night before he left us As we wandered in and out the Rock by the sea Shore and round the Leafy paths that thread the copse and up and Down the level Sands All grown so doubly dear him at parting he was full of the. Pur taps it was but natural having dwelt a Long upon the Happy past., and stroke by stroke together retouched Manya picture hanging dim enough in the Long gallery of memory that we should Como at last her. Feitli our eyes upon that boundless world of Waters darkening As the night Drew on with that whisper of eternity breaking softly on our ears a Loti and in that Beautiful spot it was natural i say that we should speak of Tho beloved dead. A a Mother a a he called me a a Mother even then a a she is listening us now a lie said. A a i a tall see her in my dreams night she is quite close i begged him not talk thus and reminded him Liat it was time go within. A a nay Quot said he a a but let us once More climb the 8o we toiled up the Steep behind us in a Lenco under the innumerable stare. A a see you Quot said he when we had reached the Summit a a Yon steadfast lights on Ocean ? there rides a might Fleet tie guardian Angels of our Laud and All night Long they keep strict watch anti Ward because of is. There were they still though hid from View until we gained the Headland Anu tie re will they be when we descend again Rio it is a 1 think with Home of us few souls but leave some spirit watching Over them although unseen save Haply Whu a More Titan common danger threatens when heavenly Stoops earthly and the Fleet sails round i do not mention this because i think that such a belief was Charles s credit for 1 believe it lie a false and weak one but prove that he was no More Samphire gatherer and Pillager of gulls nests a youth of nerves and a news Only. Had he been so would Janet tie enthusiastic tie poetess leave Ever loved him dearly is Shu did ? would gentle Alice for whom 1 have heard him weave full Many a fairy tale ? would Herby whose Young head lie filled with Virions of tilt and tourney ? it was terrible the parting from a lad like this but be thought the. appointment was ton Good be let dip for stir Sakcs a though for himself he would have much preferred tie military service. We watched the might vessel that bore him out rounding the a it int and sgt ending into space fart her than any other dewy eyes in Britain. Our roof. I think in the last English Home the exile sees and the first speck which after weary Vears grows gradual the right on his return. Through All the War in the Crimea we saw the very last of every Squadron the smoke Clouds streaming on Tho horizons verge Ami the first glimmering of those countless sails which brought up from the warring underworld our wounded thousands. If tote wind a favourable we could hear the martial band Mode nay even tie cheers themselves of the Gallant soldiers in the vessels outward Boond and in the homeward if the skies were Clear we could see with telescopes the very Beds of die wounded a and perhaps of the dead brought up upon the decks for disembarkation. We were sail enough indeed hut we Hail no miseries of this kind Oten dread for Charley. Tie East a then at Pence whither lie was Oulu the vessel that bore him was cleaving tranquil seas. The next letter however which we got from him was from Spain. The ship had been wrecked with awful loss of life himself picked up exhausted but a a a in he wrote a a As far As i am concerned except for inv kit and 1 Hope Start from Gibraltar in a luckier a slip of paper a enclosed for me a a i told Yon that a peril threatened me remember our last talk Jiou the there was not a word in his account of the Shipwreck of this incident which we read of in tie among other deeds of heroism during the confusion and when it was Plain Liat the ship must go piece in a few minute that of a or. Charles Brooke ej.c.s., deserves Espoo in mention. Observing a Young lady miss Claud daughter of lieutenant general Claud of the Bengal army who was on her Way join her father in Calcutta unprovided tar Ward Puric iving her Drifting out sea he brought her by incredible exertions under die Protection of the Lead land and into tie Bay where jut was rescued. Or. Brooks was picked of a twp Smitly insensible it we Are Happy state that this Noble voting fellow has since entirely if this Lead happened two years later we should not have con a derail the proceeding so entirely Diminu Prestod As after that period miss Claud began figure in vis letters pretty frequently under the More familiar title of a a Dearest in due time they were married and last Jenna re wrote us a most enthusiastic account of their Little Hoy then exactly a month old. And a ready a a beginning take a great Deal of a next christinas a wrote on Charley a a we Hope �1 three spend in the beloved Island a arovits Niit the Blosl of a inter its . Ami Ossa and ���1, is Loonry i a inert Tumbs As Bra Star an and Sand a a litre urdu pm bulb uis Cluj tel a the Sylpa of Battle slowly creep. And on in Roux Ennos of tight and so show Glimmer away is Lorl Dorp we have the latest poetic accounts of you you see. Up Here at fus Abail. Which indeed is almost a much in the world and quite As civilized a town a Vona Southampton. Ardent is Here and will take his leave at the Monte time with it for England. How 1 Long for you All see dear Ellen and Tito child a not Moro than we longed for them lie a ure 1 How we pleased ourselves with imagining what sort of Perron pretty and Good tempered were certain Clear less a Ellen would lie and Liat Sweet baby too whom we loved in Advance Ever id much and tis de and handled and made much of a ready in anticipation whether would our Charier himself lie changed or no v How much would he leave toll us after Liia five years absence what a merry merry Christmas it would surely be i then mine the Quot first rumours of revolt Shadow this fair Pic Tiue. Again the Soldier Erow Dod ships began pass in quirk succession before is Over the eastward sea but this Tinte How much More of our selfish hearts they bore with them How prayerfully women though we were we wish Ixl god Spock Rifle Ludl Natl Bavon etl one Day we got n letter from our Charley confirming our worst fears words which from him w How ways topic the most cheering View of matters filled us with Cruz grief. A it is Folly wrote he a disguise our position any longer. The irregular Mvi by Here arc not be trusted and our lives Are in their hands the general can not afford us any addition oar Little hand of european soldiers there is Mutiny nil around us Ami util is probably the last dark that will go Safe its destination so 1 write in Linsto catch it i have looked death in the face before now Mother but never with such dear ones in my company this is what makes it terrible. Some of us Here think butt prof on situation and god Grant that they Muy lie right but i�?1 saw her last night and you know what 1 hold Suelt a sight o mean. You will not soon forget me and Mino whatever implicit., i Well know. Heaven bless Vou _ our Charley never wrote is again. That very next Telegraph ran thus a an outbreak of the j. C. At fur Abad their officers were fired upon �1 the civilians in the station save never Surel a Hod a Anele of old the Power cast in despair excite passionate Hope agonize by suspense it credulous believers Bluit this world tzar erring dumb Sibyl possesses in these plays. Its wires Are As the very thread of Fate on which hang human lives our Heartstrings have become electric too and with them shudder in unison. A save three a in these two words anti their interpretation �1 happiness or misery seemed for us Centro father Mother and child. Two of them one of them at least in mercy must be among those a three 1�?� after nearly two Mon Lis of wearing Hope and fears the names were published giving toy other Touse Bohls ours despair. They were nil three strangers. Captain Arden Ioor Charleys Friend was one of the few officers who escaped with life he wrote us a and letter with but one cold gleam of Hope in a report that lie had heard of some Kurn leans of fus Abad living still alive in the revolted District under the Protection of a native Rajah but we wore sunk too deep in sorrow be buoyed by such a floating Straw As Liis. We gave the Wyntur credit for Good retentions but were not Moro wretched when we read in his second letter a your last Nark of Hope has i fear died out. I come England by the earliest packet and my first visit will be he and things Tell us of a very terrible intercut. By this time autumn and faded and Winter was spreading Over us his Snow White pall lightly and tenderly As in our Wand he Ever spreads it. Like a Hiither covering the face of his dead child. But tie seasons themselves could bring no such change upon nature is it seemed in the sadness of our heart Hare already suffered. The Breeze that swept our lofty Down Latules Ivas no longer Blithe and spirit stirring but Rose in Gusta of lamentation and died away in melancholy a go so the laughing sea had become a waste of Waters and on fit Orito paths where the evergreens flourish is in Spring might have been full of withered leaves so loth were we walk there because our Charley seemed be associated with All these things As the scent with the Flower or is the soul with it form. If this Scoins be exaggeration it must be remembered that our Little Houa Hokl is a Ven simple one. And a one in the world and that our Charley a All in �1 us. The time Lead now arrived when the Steamer that was bring Captain Arden might be expected and we watched for it attentively hut without impatience with eyes less tearful than had followed Liat retreating visit l years ago but with hearts far heavier. Herbert had ii Ett dispatched Southampton awl the Captman and bring him on us at once so Liat when the Black ship went by at Dawn we knew that we Ghoul see him that same evening. A the afternoon wore on. We pot be unaccountably Wistful and anxious that the Girt and i determined walk up the. Cliff Road meet our guest a there comes the Carriage 1�?� exclaimed thoughtless Alice presently clapping her liar Ais. A look from her sister reminded her at once of the tidings which our visitor must needs have toll us and Tho poor girl who Haas hiring a heart a any of it Hung her head Down and let toll her Vail she must live keen mistaken however about the Carriage As it must live by this time a mended round tie Comer of the Rock. Instead of this a solitary horseman Herbert showed himself. A Garden is not come on Quot cried he a but i Hare seen him he lifts Bro tight the Best of nows the very beat the baby is saved Ellen is saved Charley is saved the Raj took the very greatest care of the whole family. Now done get White anti foolish Janet or i will Tell you no More a they Are Muser Arede Janet faintly a they Are All Here i a Well Dearest i a going Tell von that myself they Are writing round tie Cliff Yont Fer till you have quite made up your minds see and there in very truth they were the three a the crowing baby the Loir wife and our own Clearley Safe in their Island Home. Thanks he heaven we Lead indeed a me of great Joy. I would that by every English Hearth this rear Quot tie vacant chair had been As blithely filled 1 a or. Morrill s land Bill. Washin took april 24, 1888. The remark of the tar Rise a special correspondent that or. Morrill a i Judd Bill is a a the Wisest anti most useful measure proposed in Cong nut a a is scarcely an exaggeration if we take into View the immense am fit reacting advantages that May accrue the country if tie provision of the Bill Are carried out faithfully in accordance with its spirit and design. in Tome respects the Bill As it passed was different from the report of it sent the a a it cited la rest i will briefly recapitulate its feature. It Grants the several states s.9f0,000 acres of land be apportioned each state a Quantity equal 20,000 acres for each senator Ami representative which tie state is now entitled. Tilts for example would give Massachusetts 560,00ft acres Vermont 100,000, new York 700,000, and Ohio 460,000. Whenever there arc Public lauds in a state Worth is 23 in acre the Vilno in determined by the governor of the state the Quad tits which the state a Lull be entitled shall be selected train Sueh lands. To states in which there an no Public land of the value of �1 26 an Aero the secretory of the Interior is direct i by ism Liml scrip the amount of their shares in Aeres said scrip be sold by the state and the proceeds be applied Tho am and purposes prescribed in the and for no other tubes or purposes whatever. All the expenses of the Mao age Majit and Sale of the lands Are be Jaid by the state out of their own treasuries so Liat tin entire proceeds of the lands Given in the United states shall be applied the purposeful the my. Tie Nuiver derived from tie Sale of these lands shall be so invested As constitute a perpetual fund the capital of which shall remain forever and thu interest of which shall he inviolable appropriated by each state the endowment support and maintenance of at least one College when the leading object shall be without excluding scientific or other classical studio teach such branches of learning As Are related agriculture and the Mechanic arts such manner at the Legislatures of the states my respectively prescribe in order promote the Liberal and practical education of the Industrial Claree in the Sci Erri pursuits and professions in life. If any portion of the fund be diminished or lot it shall replaced by the state which it belongs so that the capital of the of tend shall remain forever undid trashed. No Triton of tin fund or of the interest a Lull be applied directly or indirectly under any pretence whatever tie pure Chase erection preservation or Rev air of any building or buildings. But a sum not exceeding ten per cent upon Tho amount received by any state May be expended for tie Purchase of lands for a Tes or experimental farms whenever authorized by the respective Legislatures of said state. Or. Morrill began his ski each in support of the Bill by saying that 110 measure for years had received so much attention so far a the fact can be proved by petitions from the various states North and South from state societies from county societies and from individual a petitions which come in almost every Day in tie session. We expend millions protect Anil promote Commerce through Lighthouse coast surveys improvement of harbours and through our Navy and naval Academy. We make immense Grant of land railroads open new Fields of internal Trade. We Secare literary la Lior tie Protection of copyright. To encourage the growth anti discipline of seamen through government bounties. We secure ingenuous mechanics High profits by our system of copyright. We make munificent Grant secure general education in All the new states. But All direct encouragement agriculture has been rigidly withheld. Ceres does nut appear among the gods of our Olympus she is Only seen in a picture of one of our Treasury note. While we Are in Advance of the world in Many of the useful arts it i a humiliating fact Flint we Are far in the rear of the Best husbandry in Europe and that our tendency in downward not upward Ibe Proa Verity and happiness of a Large and jux Pulou nation Pond i. Upon the division of the land into Niril parece. Ii. Upon the education of the proprietor of the soil. If it be True that the common Mode of cultivating the til in All parts of our country is so defective a make the soil poorer year he Isa most deplorable fact and a fact of National concern. If we Are steadily impairing the natural productiveness of tie soil his National Wate. Compensated Only by private robbery. What Are the facts v in new England the pasture fed Stock a not on the increase Anil sheep hut Maudry is gradually growing of less excepting perhaps in Vermont and new . Tote wheat crop once abundant i now Nicou adorable. Tie following table will exhibit oui Etliong of the depreciation of the crops in ten years a we fit Poison a a it ii a. 1840. 1850. 1840. 1850. Cd nne it i. -.lhsi 05l&t.m 31.9 1 m Kvart it Luil let Sillito 2, 41 Vii m 1 Ltd a ,08tl in 14 ,u0<l mninop4, n.4.trt,inn or rum lit. Zmij Rusl �31.ks 801.741 4us1.ui4 Taui .8,014,111 i,Uon,i38 10.4t8.tt1 in Many of the Southern state the decreasing production i equal marked . Whent. Hush. 1840. To in Ion a. 4jfl9, . 4d�?~0jil52 geor Zta .1.l>tt1.�o Alston. A08 1860. I Aurum s,i48.21 1.0c8.s.14 iw4.u44 of the late vice president of the in Lin ii Central a i i Railroad whose salary was 810.000. Claims $100,000 with a life preserver. Ite removed it own from his in addition for he service in England in Jar Chariot wrist and fastened it around her and in the water of Iron and willing Bonds. Total. 4,114.76 these figures after �1 proper allowances for errors and a Short crop establish conclusively that in nil part of our country important Clement in the soil have been exhausted and Bluit its Fertility in spite of All improvement is steadily sinking. The number of sheep in the 8tnie of new York had decreased so that quiere were nearly 800,000 less than there were thirty years ago. Within a period of five years the decrease has been nearly fifty per cent while the decrease in tie number of horses cows and Swine is above fifteen per cent. In 1845, the product of wheat a 13,381,770 bushels. It a steadily declined since until die product of the past year Quot did not exceed 6,000,000 Bushel. The average yield of Corn per acre in 1844 a 24,75 per Bushel but in 1854 it was Only 21,02 but Els. The average crop of wheat in Virginia. Tennessee and North Carolina for i860 was Only seven bushels per acre. And even tie largest average crop of any rotate in the Union that of Murwar Susetts was but 16 bushels per acre. And this with the leanest soil proves her agricultural science Tobe far in Advance of her sister states. While the crop of Cotton in the new lands of Texas and Arkansas a 700 750 in. Per acre it was but 320 the. Per acre in the older cultivated Field of South Carolina. In Virginia the crop of tobacco in 1850 was less then dial of 1840 by Over eighteen Milliou Pound. No crop Lias proved More destructive the Fertility of the Sou than the tobacco crop and this Staple commodity unless a cheap and effective remedy can be. Found must either banished or it will banish the. Cultivators. In this state where tobacco com and wheat have been continued for a Century Many districts Are no longer cultivated. Liebig avs that from every acre of tin land there were removed in the space of one Hundred years twelve Hundred bound of Alk Bias in leaves Grain and Straw. While the yield of wheat has increased in England thirty Bushel per acre it has rank seven in Virginia. Even in Ohio the wheat crop is already less remunerative than formerly and Fields Long cultivated Are Given no pasturage. In Indiana. Kentucky and ii

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