The largest fsrin in Englaud consista Of 3,000 acres, and belongs to a man with the Yankee name of Samuel Jones. Ia ita cultivation he follows tho "four couree" system, tho wholo extent of the iarm boing divided into four great crops - 755 acres of wheat, 650 of barley and oats, 750 of seeds, beann, peas, eto , and 750 of roota. Ilis live stock is valued as follows : Sheep, 835,000 ; horses, 815,000; bullocks, $12,000; pigg, 82,500. The oil cake and corn purchaeed annually amounts to 820,000, nd tho artificial fcrtüizers about 8,000. The entire eost of manure in various forms ueed annually is about $15,000. Sheep are claimed as the most profitable stook be keops, from whioh aro realized about $20,000 a year. His whole income from the farm, though not stated, cn be littlo less than $100,000.