A correspondent of the Londón : Füld, tulking on this subjoct, says : - la all eggi?, whether óf poultry or figeons, tbera ií to be found an indontation, resetnbling the dimplc in llio chin ofteu found in our own sox, in the round ond of tbe egg. This murk will a'ways be found directly on the top or to the one side of the egp;. If the breeder wishes to select eggs, for hatohiag eock birds, e. liim piok those having the ditnple immodiatcly on top oí the egg, and if for hens let bina choose those eggs with dimple to oue side. I have been assured by those who h:ive observedthia peeuliarty in the marking of eggs, that no better method can be adopttíd to insui'o a batch of the sex most to be desired. The process is at least a simple Rnd clieap one, and I ofier rny information as I have it."