-The Danbury JSeics man, ia tus last letter to his journal, remarka : I have not seen a pair of boots sinoe I have been in England. Shoes are the universal article of foot wear, and those pulled arouud by the laborers are thickly studded with staring nail heads. Eight ounces of these nails are frequently used in a pair of shoes, and some pairs, usod by miners, have from a pound and half to two pounds of these iron nails in them. The iron enters their soles by the wholosale. I shouldn't like to have an Enghsh nñner for a father-inlaw.