The subscriber offers to the public a choice ^ajhsaAr aielection of Fruit Trees, of French, German, English and American varieties, consisting ot Apples. ... Even the Indian corn, so often considered as native here, was wiih difficulty acclimated. ... He then gave some of the plant) to the peasantry, and they soon became, in a measure, a substitute for bread, when the harvest was scanty. ... aquot;Until our purchase of Louisiana, this eountry wragt;s indebted to the East aud West Indies for sugar.
|Title||:||The Genesee Farmer|