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he cultivation of the tea plant, and the mode of preparing tea for market, settled in South Carolina and commenced a plantation. Before complete success crowned his efforts he died, and we have seen it stated that his secret, if, indeed, there was any, died with him. Recently we have seen favorable mention made of some tea grown in North Carolina. The last notice we have seen is that in the Washington (N. C.) Dispatch, and is as follows: "Selby Spencer, Esq., of Lake Comfort, Hyde county, has presented to us some more of the green tea which he has been successful in growing. The seed was given to a neighbor of Mr. Spencer's by an English Captain some years ago. Mr. S. procured some, and has succeeded very well in cultivating 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. Thi
Arrest of traitors. --We understand, says the Wilmington (N. C.) Journal, of Tuesday, that information has been received in Newbern, and believed there to be reliable, that Major E. D. Hall, of the 7th Regiment N. C. State troops, who is stationed in Hyde county, has captured some twelve native traitors, who had gone over to the banks and taken the oath, and had returned to the mainland to act as Lincolnites spies and rics. On their persons were found documents addressed to the authorities and people of Newbern, Washington, and other towns, requesting them to offer no opposition to the advance of the Federal troop into the interior of the State; promising that if no opposition was offered by them, they would not be molested. The men have been detained in custody, and the documents forwarded to headquarters.