The editor of a Southern paper writes to us proposing the above, and with the glowing language of the sunny South depicts its seeming advantages. It has been proposed before, and we have always opposed it heartily, as being against the true interest of the inventor; a few greedy capitalists and speculators in patents would soon creep in and turn an intended good into a positive evil, and so blast the end of such a meeting. We give it as our opinion founded on the experience of twelve years, that inventive genius, to be successful must be single and alone, self-dependent, self-reliant, heroic in its labor and its aim. -------------- O --------------- Postage.Correspondents who write to us for information, expecting a reply by mail, will oblige us much by enclosing a stamp to prepay return postage. Our daily correspondence is large, and the postage tax is an item
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