-In our notice of t.ie late Connty Fair we briefly stated that E. L. Boydkn, of Webster, had on exhlbition a flne lot o( Long Wooled Slmep - Cotswoldts and Leicestcrs - rccently m port cd from Canada, and ou which he took four flrst premiums. In connection with a ïHghhor Mr. Botdex brought in 90 hr.ad In all, 69 bucks aud 30 ewes. A portion of nis flock he purchased of Mr. F. W. SToSE;of Guelph.oneof the best known and most cxteusire brecdei'S in Canada, and the r.est of other wellknown breeders in that vicinlty, great care being ttd in sclectiug. Ilis flock will be a grcat addition to the fine eheep of which the eounty could beforc boast, and ve commend hira to those wishing to improve their flocks, aud breed either for mutton or wool. The long wool is now at the top of Ihe market, and lor mntton uothing can begin with the Cotswolds and Lcicesters. - Mr. Boydkn will be pleased to show liis flock to any farmers or frlends at any time, and hopes to be able to meut the wishes of breeders both as to quality and price.