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A New species of rye.

--A new species of rye, indigenous to California and remarkable for the largeness, plumpness and beauty of grain, has been exhibited in Washington.--Mr. Isaac Newton, the newly appointed Superintendent of the Agriculture Bureau, connected with the Department of the Interior, has received a small supply of the grain and will distribute it among the farmers is different parts of the country. Its yield is said to be very great, reaching even, on poor land, fifty bushels to the acre.

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