Burnham. - In passing the second time through this village, we noticed a beautiful little well-kept flower-garden, with a central circular bed of fuchsias magnificently in flower; radiating from which were beds of pelargoniums and the finer annuals. This garden belonged to a village seedsman of the name of Austin. In the main street are two very choice flower-gardens, and a fine cedar tree opposite the house of a brewer; and, at the corner of a cottage, a remarkably large Buddlea globosa. Throughout the village there are a number of fine plants and shrubs. Missing our way, we stumbled on, the kitchen-garden of Dropmore, kept by Mr. Duncan, in which were some fine fig trees, peach trees, and other fruits.