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The South a tea-growing country. Some years ago, says the Atlanta Commonwealth, of Monday, a gentleman who had long resided in China and witnessed and made himself familiar with the cultivation of the tea plant, and the mode of preparing tea for market, settled in South Carolina and commenced a plantation. Before complete sung it. The past year he planted about the 10th of an acre and gathered 10 or 12 bushels. This experiment, it seems, demonstrates that green ten--the veritable China tea — can be successfully grown and matured in the latitude of North Carolina. This is, therefore, an invaluable discovery. Let it be tried in every part of the d on the third year it is fit to be picked. Col. Peck expect to give his neighbors a cup of real Louisiana Souchong tea next year. What if Louisiana should rival China in teas, as the South rivals the world in cotton?" In addition to the above, we would state that a gentleman of this city, well and favorably known all over t