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The Southern Planter and Farmer, Vol. 38: Devoted to Agriculture, Horticulture, and Rural Affairs; April, 1877 (Classic Reprint)
by L. R. Dickinson



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After the unfortunate termination of the Confederate struggle for the right of self-government, I surrendered myself to Gen. Patrick in the city of Richmond, and, as a paroled prisoner of war, left that city with my family early in June, 1865, for my little home of some 200 acres, where I now reside. Travelling in my private convey ance and with a considerable quantity of baggage, 'i had ample time to observe the desolations of war and to ponder over the melancholy duties of the hour. Reaching home, I found my farm without a rail or a tree to make one, literally a. Common, and with a 100 head of town stock daily grazing upbn it. I recognized the rule of my State, which required the land-owner to fence in his. Farm, instead of re quiring the stock-owner to fence in his stock, and so made no war upon them. But this state of things made it my duty to enclose with the utmost activity. Every thing had to be provided, labor hired timber bought, hauled and put in position. The consequent' expenditure, being heavy, made it indispensable that the economy' of force should always be considered. While so engaged, I found in mylibrary a school book of my gallant son Austin, who, residing in California where he was rapidly accumulating a fortune, aban doued, at the call of his State, all his advantages, and on Whiting's staff in one of the earliest of the seven days' battle around Richmond, marked his devotion to our dear old Mother and Duty, with his life. This little volume, entitled Familiar Letters on Chemistry and its Relation to Commerce, Physiology and Agriculture, by Justus Lie big, M. Attracted my attention, and I read it with great interest, and, I trust, advantage. In the l0th letter I found the paragraph, which I have put at the head of this article, hoping, if you think it worthy of a place in your valuable paper, that it may benefit some of your numerous readers.

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