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Division B. Class I.—No premiums awarded. Class II.–For the best 12 dissimilar blooms, to J. L. L. F. Warren, $ 5 00

For the second best 12 dissimilar blooms, to Hovey & Co., 3 00 Class III.—No premiums awarded.

Division C. Class I.--No premium awarded. Class II. -For the best 12 dissimilar blooms, to William Quant. 5 00

For the second best 12 dissimilar blooms, to William Mellar, 3 00 Class III.-For the best 6 dissimilar blooms, to Henry Reed, 3 00 CHRYSANTHEMUMS.-For the best 12 varieties, to Daniel Crowley, 5 00 For the second best 12 varieties, to James Nugent,

4 00 For the third best, no claimant.

PREMIUMS AND GRATUITIES
Awarded at Weekly Shows and for Objects during the Season.
To Messrs. Hovey & Co., for a fine display of Camellias,

5 00 To Wm. Quant, for the second display of Camellias,

4 00 To W. E. Carter, for the third display of Camellias,

3 00 To W. E. Carter, for a plant of Chinese Azaleas,

3 00 To Salisbury & Willot, for fine plants, Azaleas,

3 00 To the President of the Society, for seedling calceolàrias,

5 00 To N. J. Becar, of Brooklyn, N. Y. for the same,

3 00 To D. Crowley, for a splendid specimen of Moss Rose,

3 00 To Wm. Quant, for pot plants, $2, $2, $2,

6 00 To A. McLennan, for pot plants, $1,

1 00 To Miss Russell for bouquets, $ 2, $ 2, $2, $1, $2, $2, $1, $1 $ 1, $ 1, $2, $2, $2, $2, $2,

25 00 To Messrs. Winships, for bouquets, $1, $1, $3, $2, $2, 9 00 To D. Crowley, for pot plants, $1,

1 00 To W. Quant, for bouquets, $1, $2,

3 00 To J. S. Cabot, for fine Pansies,

2 00 To Thomas Needham, for fine Fuchsias,

1 00 To W. Mellar, for pot plants,

2 00 To Walker & Co., for pot plants, $ 1, $1,

2 00 To P. Barnes, for pot plants,

1 00 To J. L. L. F. Warren, for bouquets, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, 6 00 To the President of the Society, for a splendid display of Roses, 5 00 To Messrs. Winships, for fine Prairie Roses,

4 00 To Messrs. Hovey & Co., for pot plants, $2, $2,

4 00 To Walker & Co., for bouquets, $1, $2,

3 00 To Messrs. Hovey & Co., for a superb Verónica speciosa,

5 00 To R. West, for bouquets, $2, $1, $2, $ 1, $2, $1, $1, . 10 00 To W. Quant, for Stephanotus floribundus,

3 00 To the President of the Society, for Japan Lilies, &c.,

3 00 To J. L. L. F. Warren, for seedling Picotees,

2 00 To P. Barnes, for very fine Hollyhocks,

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To Messrs. Hovey & Co., for superb specimens of Japan Lilies,
To W. Doyle, for bouquets, $1, 82, $1, $2, $1,

7 00 To James Nugent. for bouquets, $2,

2 00 To P. Barnes, for bouquets,

1 00 To W. E. Carter, for Scilla maritima,

1 00 To W. E. Carter, for fine seedling Phloxes,

3 00 To W. Doyle, for Cattleyana Harrisonii

2 00 To E. W. Carter, for Hedychium Gardneriànum,

2 00 To Messrs. Winships, for Aloe sp.

2 00 To J. W. Mandell, for bouquets,

1 00 To W. Doyle, for Stanhopea occulata,

2 00 To the President, for Dahlias,

5 00 To P. Barnes, for fine specimen of Ipomópsis picta,

2 00 To J. L. L. F. Warren, for Gladiolus belvidèrus,

2 00 To D. Haggerston, for Stove plants,

5 00 To Walker & Co., for displays of Annuals, &c. during the season, 3 00 To W. E. Carter, for the same,

3 00 To W. Quant, for the same,

3 00 To W. Miller, for the same,

3 00 To Messrs. Hovey & Co., for the same,

3 00 To W. B. Richards, for the same,

3 00 To A. Aspinwell, for fine display of Roses,

5 00 To L Davenport, for the same,

3 00 To Messrs. Winships, for fine Shrubs during the season,

5 00 To Messrs. Winships, for fine specimens of Yucca gloriosa, filamentosa and supérba,

2 00 To E. W. Carter, for Polyanthus,

2 00 To W. E. Carter, for Spiræd japónica, Pentstèmon Murraydnum, 2 00 To J. Breck & Co., for displays of flowers during the year, 24 00

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$500 00

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON FRUITS,

AWARDING PREMIUMS FOR 1846.

The Committee on Fruits have awarded the following premiums for the

year 1846.

SPECIAL PRIZE LIST.

$5 00

In accordance with a vote of the Society, and by the liberality of a gen-
tleman desirous of advancing Horticultural Science, offering one Hundred
Dollars a year, for three years.
APPLES.- For the two best varieties and specimens of Summer Apples :

To Otis Johnson, for the Red Astrachan,
To Otis Johnson, for the Early Bough,

5 00
For the two best varieties and specimens of Autumn Apples,
To George Hyde, for Gravenstein,

5 00 To Otis Johnson, for the Porter,

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For the two best varieties and specimens of Winter Apples,
To George Walsh, for Baldwin,

. $ 5 00 To S. Walker, for R. I. Greening,

5 00 Pears.-For the two best varieties and specimens of Summer Pears, To Otis Johnson for Jargonelle,

5 00 To S. Pond, for Williams's Bon Chrétien,

5 00 For the two best specimens and varieties of Autumn Pears, To S. Walker, for Fondante d'Automne,

5 00 To S. Downer, Jr., for Louise Bonne de Jersey,

5 00 For the two best varieties and specimens of Winter Pears, To J. S. Cabot, for Beurré d'Aremberg,

5 00 To Josiah Lovett, for Winter Nelis,

5 00 CHERRIES.-For the three best varieties of Cherries, To Otis Johnson, for Black Tartarian,

5 00 To George Walsh, for New Large Black Bigarreau,

500 To J. F. Allen, for Sweet Montmorency,

5 00 Plums.-For the three best varieties of Plums, To J. F. Allen, for Green Gage,

5 00 To S. R. Johnson, for Washington,

5 00 To Joseph Lovett, for Reine Claude Violet,

5 00 Peaches.—For the two best varieties of Peaches, To J. F. Allen, for Bellegarde,

5 00 To Josiah Lovett, for Grosse Mignonne,

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$ 100 00 AT THE ANNUAL EXHIBITION IN SEPTEMBER. APPLES.–For the greatest number of kinds, and the best grown, to B. V. French,

$10 00 For the 2d best do., to George Hyde,

5 00 For the 3d best do., F. W. Macondry,

3 00 Pears. For the greatest number of kinds, and the best grown, to M. P. Wilder,

10 00 For the 2d best do., to S. Walker,

5 00 For the 3d best do., to J. S. Cabot,

3 00 Grapes.—For the best exhibited, to David Haggerton,

10 00 For the next best exhibited, to Thos. Needham,

no 00 For the next best exhibited, to Hovey & Co., i

5 00 For the greatest number of varieties, and the best grown, to J. F. Allen,

10 00 For the next best do., to Wm. Quant,

5 00 ASSORTED FRUIT.–For the best basket of Fruit, of various kinds, to Otis Johnson,

10 00 For the best dish of Apples, not less than 12 specimens of one variety, to Hyde & Co.,

5 00 For the 2d best do., to Otis Johnson,

3 00 For the best dish of Pears, not less than 12 specimens of one variety, to J. F. Allen,

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For the next best do., to S. Walker,

. $300 PREMIUMS DURING THE SEASON. APPLES.—For the best summer Apples, on or before the 1st September, to Otis Johnson,

6 00 For the next best do., to A. D. Williams,

4 00 For the best fall Apples, on or before the 1st December, to George Hyde,

6 00 For the next best do., to Otis Johnson,

4 00 For the best winter Apples, on or before the 1st of March, to George Walsh,

6 00 For the next best do., to Samuel Walker,

4 00 Pears.--For the best summer Pears, on or before the 1st September, to Otis Johnson,

6 00 For the next best do., to J. F. Allen,

4 00 For the best fall Pears, on or before the 1st December, to J. F. Allen,

6 00 For the next best do., to Samuel Walker,

4 00 For the best winter Pears, on or before the 1st March, 1847, to Josiah Lovett,

10 00 For the next best do., to J. S. Cabot,

6 00 CHERRIES.–For the best specimen, not less than two quarts, to Otis Johnson,

6 00 For the 2d best do., to George Walsh,

4 00 Peaches.--For the best specimens grown under glass, to J. F. Allen, 6 00 For the 2d best do., to Wm. Quant,

4 00 For the best specimen, grown in open culture, to John Merriam, 6 00 For the 2d best do., to Josiah Lovett,

4 00 APRICOTS.-For the best specimen of Apricots, to Hovey & Co., 6 00 For the 2d best do., to E. E. Bradshaw,

3 00 NECTARINES.–For the best specimen of Nectarines, to J. F. Allen, 6 00 For the 2d best do., to S. Lowner, Jr.,

4 00 QUINCES.--For the best specimens of the best kind of Quinces, to Samuel Pond,

5 00 For the 2d best do., to Wm. Quant,

3 00 Plums.-For the best Plums of the best flavor, not less than two quarts, to J. F. Allen,

6 00 For the next best do., to E. E. Bradshaw,

3 00 GOOSEBERRIES.-For the best flavored and finest specimens, two boxes, to Alexander McLennan,

5 00 For the 2d best do., to J. Hovey,

3 00 CURRANTS.–For the best flavored and finest specimens, two buxes, to Oris Johnson,

5 00 For the 2d best do., to A. D. Williams,

3 00 RASPBERRIES.–For the best specimens of Raspberries, not less than two boxes, to J. F. Allen,

5 00 For the 2d best do., to Chever Newhall,

3 00 3 00 For the best and earliest Lima beans, not less than 2 quarts, to F. W. Macondry,

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STRAWBERRIES.-For the best specimens of Strawberries, not less than two boxes, to Hovey & Co.,

$6 00 For the next best do., Josiah Richardson,

4 00 WATER Melon.—For the best specimen of Water Melon, to Otis Johnson,

5 00 For the 2d best do., to R. S. McIntosh,

3 00 MuskMELON.–For the best Muskmelon, to Wm. Quant,

5 00 For 2d best do., Alexander McLennan,

3 00 Figs.—For the best specimen of Figs, to J. F. Allen,

5 00 For the 2d best do., to F. W. Macondry,

3 00 Grapes. For the best specimens and the best variety of Grapes,

grown under glass previous to July 1st, to D. Haggerston, 10 00 For the 2d best do., to J. F. Allen,

7 00 For the best specimen and variety of Grapes, grown under glass subsequently to July 1st, to J. F. Allen,

10 00 For the 2d best do., to Hovey & Co.,

7 00 GRAPES, (Native.)-For the best specimen and variety of Native Grapes, to Kendall Bailey,

5 00 For the 2d best do., to J. F. Allen,

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$326 00 GRATUITIES. To J. F. Allen, for fine display of Grapes during the season, 10 00 To J. F. Allen, for his seedling Montmorency Cherries,

5 00 To Josiah Lovett, for fine display of Blackberries,

5 00 To Josiah Lovett, for the best Muskmelon, open culture,

5 00 To Charles E. Grant, for fine Native Grapes,

5 00 To W. H. Denning, for Beauty of Kent Apples,

5 00 To James Arnold, (by W. Young,) for fine specimen Grapes, . 5 00 To Horace Gray, for fine specimen Grapes,

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$371 00 REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON VEGETABLES,

AWARDING PREMIUMS FOR 1846. The Committe for awarding premiums on vegetables, respectfully report the following as the result of their examination :ASPARAGUS.-For the earliest and best, not less than 3 bunches, to William Quant,

5 00 Beets.-For the best, (pure blood beet,) during the season, not less than 12 roots, to A. D. Williams,

5 00 BROCCOLI.-For the best 3 heads, to J. Lovett,

5 00 Beans.—For the best and earliest peck of string beans, to Thomas Needham,

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