Dr. F. Stewart, of Philadelphia, has sent us a sample of molasses made from the Chinese sugar cane. The yield from which theLittle sample was taken was equal to two hundred and forty gallons to the acre, and is very good, being quite as rich and sirupy as that from the ordinary cane. We are still of the opinion, * however, that it is not capable of producing tiK crystallizable sugar ; but if any of our readers " have succeeded in making it, we should like tSel * see a specimen.