Excerpt from Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture for the Year 1879
Sir: I have the honor to transmit this my third annual preliminary report of the agricultural condition of the country and of the work in hand and accomplished by the department during the past year.
At this time I recall with satisfaction the encouragement you gave when I assumed the duties of Commissioner to the proposed attempt to stimulate the manufacture of sugar from any and every source, so that the production within the boundaries of our own country should at least equal the home consumption. Reporting progress as the result of the elicits of this department in this direction, it is not too much to say that the success attending the manufacture of cane-sugar from sorghum and maize will mark the vear 1879 as an important epoch in the agri cultural progress oi' our people.
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