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Excerpt from Tobacco Growing in Great Britain and Ireland, A New Source of Wealth: 1, Why It Should Be Grown, 2, How It Should Be Grown
The public is, at present, in extreme ignorance on the subject of tobacco.
Most people imagine that the weed they so much cherish comesfrom some tropical island, or from some exceedingly hot State of America, and that no other part of the world is able to supply them with this luxury. Instead of which, Holland, Hungary, Germany, and France send us annually large supplies of tobacco, and in England, Scotland, and Ireland tobacco was successfully grown before the law stepped in and put an end to the practice.
De Coin, a tobacco planter, observes The people of those colonies are very defective, somehow or somewhere, 111 their systems of economy, who rely upon importation from an opposite or antipodal part of the world for a costly material, which they might raise within one hundred yards of their own bedrooms.
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