The numerous efforts to succeed with the foreign grape on the eastern slope of the American Continent, have always proved failures - of late years all attempts have been abandoned. It is, however, pleasant to find that there are some who continue to hope, and to try, and we are all praying that they may have the best of success. The very intelligent German gardener to a gentleman near Philadelphia, feels so sure of success, that some thousand plants imported from the Old World, have been set out by this gentleman. In order to insure success, no effort has been spared. Men have been employed for many days in sub-soiling the ground two feet deep, after the Old World style, and it has been highly enriched. The result of this experiment on this elaborate scale will be looked for with great interest.