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dy knows that he will recommend nothing which he will not undertake, and that he will undertake nothing which he is not tolerably confident of carrying through. Mr. Galt is a wealthy farmer of the James River country, and is one of the most intelligent gentlemen, as regards general subjects, with whom we have the pleasure of beinnd at the same time that he derived from it the largest amount of profit. We consider it a fortunate circumstance that a man of so much practical, good sense as Mr. Galt should have been appointed chairman of the Immigrant Committee, and that he should have been enabled to fall in with a gentleman of such a congenial character as, and receive it back when he finds employment for the foreigners. Such arrangements as are here indicated, I think, would add greatly to filling up the country, and I earnestly hope that some early action will be taken in the matter. I am, sir, your most obedient servant, James Black. Honorable James Galt, etc., etc.