“There is no Farming Land here South of Macon, Ga.”

Taking the above for a text, copied from a letter from a man at Eastman, Ga., to quite a prominent northern paper, and whose experience was founded on three weeks spent in “doing” Tennessee, Georgia and Florida, we rise to remark that he is very, very much mistaken. His idea of farming is corn and hogs in Central Illinois. But that there is no farming land here is too absurd, and right here we wish to introduce a few figures on this point, and first we can produce nothing to the point than the following about our country.

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