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Greene County (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 5
Abundance. --A gentleman just from Greene county, Ga., informs the Macon Confederate that the harvest of corn is amazing in its quantity. The tithing of one planter is 10,000 bushels, and another expected to gather 100,000 bushels. Peas are in wonderful quantities, and sweet potatoes encumber the ground. Peanuts are alike abundant.--This is good news. We shall need some of this corn in Virginia.