Can we have rum, wood, coffee, rice, and hundreds of other articles, from India, if the course of events should shut us out from their ... The culture of silk might be carried on in many parts of India ; and much of the table land is quite as well suited to the growth of wool. ... These warm situations do not, however, appear to be essential to its welfare, as it is found to grow on the rugged tops of ... The Assam tea is described, hut we can only allude to a small portion of Mr. Bruce a#39;s two reports.
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