This Society held their third and last show of the season in the grounds of J. Wilson, Esq. It was well attended; and in addition to a very respectable exhibition of fruit, cut flowers, and plants, there was an open show of Carnations and Picotees, which brought together the principal growers; and, judging from the size and brilliancy of the flowers, they must have been at their best, at least about London.

Carnations, 24 Blooms

1st, to Mr. C. Turner of Slough; 2d, Mr. Norman, Woolwich; 3d, Mr. Ward, Woolwich; 4th, Mr. Bragg, Slough. For 12 blooms: - 1st, Mr. J. Edwards, Holloway; 2d, Mr. Newhall, Woolwich; 3d, Mr. Barrenger, Bedford; 4th, Mr. Ellis, Woolwich.

Picotees, 24 Blooms

1st, Mr. C. Turner, Slough; 2d, Mr. Norman, Woolwich; 3d, Mr. Ward, Woolwich; 4th, Mr. Bragg, Slough. For 12 blooms: - 1st, Mr. Newhall; 2d, Mr. Edwards, Holloway; 3d, Mr. Ellis, Woolwich; 4th, Mr. Barrenger, Bedford.

A prize was awarded to Mr. Barrenger for seedling Picotees; also to Mr. Turner for Duchess of Sutherland, light red edge, full size, of fine quality.

The nurserymen very liberally refrained from shewing 12 blooms, leaving these two classes to the amateurs.