O;ir dent ;it lï:iliW has nent us some very fine Bpocitnona of Honduras cotton, whiüb were brought in from tlie bnsh, where it grows wild (n n small treo. - Hu infbrtnn us that the altention ol the peoplo oí' Honduras is being directed to the production of this sinple, and that ;:rgo qnnntities of cotton seed aro boing imported. rJ'he samples sent. us ave oí very excellent qnnlity, and longer ai;d finer tbun nny others thitt we have seen of iortTgn prrtduclion. It grows wild on inanv of the inlands and on tnO rnainlund of Iíritish Hondura.';. Whcther, whiui artificially cultivated, it wil] be susceptible of suuh improvement as to compete with Somhe'n cotlon, romainw )et to be tes led. The specimens sent to lis eertaioly give ground tor belief that si. oh iTKty bo the cfiso. - New York Htrald. l& Ooo of the groai ociiil virtuee i.s to tolérate in nthers what Wt wouM I uot aliow in oursulvc.