Referring to the Editorial Note in our last, a correspondent from Rome, Georgia, says: " I read with much interest your recent editorial on this subject. It is just our situation here. I have long desired the services of an intelligent landscape gardener, but have failed to find one within reasonable distance." We may repeat what we said last month, that there never was a better time in the history of our country, for men of general intelligence, gentlemanly deportment, with a thorough knowledge of the finer branches of their business, and a small capital, so that they can afford to hold on a little while till their talents become known.