One bunch Gros Colman Grapes. - 1, A. Gould; 2, G. M'Lure, gr. to J. Milne,. Esq., Trinity Grove.

One bunch Golden Champion Grapes. - 1, W. Kay, gr. to Sir Jas. L. Foulis, Millburn Tower; 2, D. Kemp, gr. to Miss Dalrymple, Langlee, Galashiels.

One bunch Duke of Buccleuch Grapes. - 1, G. Gordon, gr. to J. M'Intosh, Esq., Teviot Bank.

Best bunch of any Grapes not named in this Schedule. - 1, F. Boyd; 2, A. Anderson, gr. to Earl of Stair, Oxen-ford Castle.

One Queen Pine Apple. - 1, J. Pater-son, gr. to Jas. Syme, Esq., Millbank; 2, J. Laing.

One Smooth Cayenne Pine Apple. - 1, M. M'Intyre; 2, Jas. M'Indoe.

One Melon, green fleshed. - 1, E. Tait, gr. to Sir Coutts Lindsay, Colinsburgh; 2, J. Maconochie.

One Melon, scarlet fleshed. - 1, A. M'Leod, gr. to Royal Blind Asylum; 2, J. Halliday, gr. to Wemyss Castle.

Twelve Figs. - 1, A. Anderson; 2, Jas. Gordon, gr. to Major Wauchope, Niddrie.

Six Apricots. - 1, J. Brunton; 2, J. M'Indoe.

Twelve Plums, four sorts, three of each. - 1, M. M'Lean, Vinter Park, Kent; 2, J. M'Indoe.

Twelve Peaches. - (First Prize by Boyd, Bayne, & Co., Fruit Merchants, Prince3 Street.) 1, A. M'Kinnon, gr. to Viscount Melville, Melville Castle; 2, J. Hammond.

Six Nectarines, two sorts. - ], J. Dickson; 2, J. M'Leod, gr. to R. Smith, Esq., Brentham Park, Stirling.

Six Nectarines, grown on open wall. - 1, A. Kerr, gr. to A. Hope, Esq., Chapel-on-Leader; 2, J. M'Leod.

Six Jargonelle Pears fit for the table. - 1, J. Laing; 2, J. Morrison, gr. to Col. Hamilton, Preston Hall.

Six Pears, two sorts, named, three of each (exclusive of Jargonelle), fit for table. - 1, Geo. M'Leod, Westbourne; 2, Jno. M'Leod.

A collection of Baking Apples, six sorts, named, three of each, ripe or unripe. - 1, M. M'Lean; 2, R. Gray, The Gardens (Irvine), Killochan.

Six Dessert Apples, fit for the table, two sorts, named, three of each. - 1, T. Bowman, gr. to Lord Deas, Pittendreich; 2, A. Kerr.

A Pint of Gooseberries. - 1, Jas. Cos-sar, gr., Champfleure; 2, Jas. Gordon.

A Pint of Red Currants. - 1, J. Cossar; 2, G. Forrester (Amateur), Rosehill, Pol-mont.

A collection of ten sorts of Hardy Fruits. - 1, P. W. Fairgrieve; 2, M. M'Intyre.

Class II. - Gardeners And Amateurs

Table of Plants, 30 feet by 5 feet. - 1, Jas. Spence, gr. to Jas. Buchanan, Esq., Grange; 2, T. M'Donald, gr. to D. M'Gibbon, Esq., Grange.

Six Stove or Greenhouse Plants, in flower. - 1, J. Paterson; 2, J. Hammond.

Three Stove or Greenhouse Plants, in flower. - 1, J. Paterson; 2, C. M'Far-lane, gr. to D. Anderson, Esq., Mordun.

Two Stove or Greenhouse Plants, in flower. - 1, A. Stalker, gr. to Miss Ivory, St Roque; 2, C. M'Farlane.

Two Cape Heaths, of sorts. - 1, J. Paterson; 2, J. M'Cormack, gr. to Mrs M'Vicar, Canaan Park.

Two Cape Heaths, pots not exceeding 9 inches. - 1, J. Paterson; 2, C. M'Farlane.

Four Foliage Plants. - 1, J. Hammond; 2, J. M'Cormack.

Two Foliage Plants, pots not exceeding 9 inches. - 1, J. Paterson; 2, S. Graham, gr. to H. Rose, jun., Esq., Blackford Avenue.

Six Plants for Table Decoration, 6 inch pots. - 1, R. Ritchin, gr. to R. Hounds-worth, Esq., Kilmarnock: 2, W. Low, gr. to J. Paton, Esq., Viewforth, Stirling.

Two Dracaenas (colour). - 1, J. Hammond; 2, S. Graham.

Two Crotons. - 1, J. Hammond; 2, R. M. Reid, gr. to Geo. Bertram, Esq., Ravenswood.

Four Palms. - 1, J. Paterson; 2, G. M'Lure; 3, J. Hammond.

One Palm, specimen, excluding Cycads. - 1, J. M'Cormack; 2, J. Paterson; 3, T. M'Donald.

Six Exotic Ferns, exclusive of Tree Ferns. - 1, A. Paul, 89 Gilmour Place; 2, G. M'Rae, gr. to P. Neill Fraser, Esq., Murrayfield; 3, J. M'Cormack.

Three Exotic Ferns, pots not exceeding 9 inches. - 1, A. Findlay, gr. to A. M'Kelvie, Esq., 14 Oswald Terrace; 2, J. Shearer.

Two Todeas. - 1, A. Anderson; 2, A. Findlay.

One Adiantum Farleyense. - 1, J. M'Cormack; 2, J. Curror.

Four Adiantums, of sorts, excluding Farleyense. - 1, T. M'Donald; 2, J. Pearson.

Tree Fern, stem not less than 3 feet. - 1, J. Curror.

One Hydrangea. - 1, G. H. M'Culloch, gr. to Jas. Lindsay, Esq., Loanhead; 2, J. Shearer.

Two pots or pans Lycopodium, different sorts. - 1, G. M'Rae; 2, J. Cossar.

Two Orchids. - 1, Dr Paterson, Bridge of Allan; 2, J. Curror.

One Orchid. - 1, Dr Paterson; 2, A. Paul.

Two Petunias. - 1, G. Lawrie, gr. to A. C Ilaldane, Esq., Greenhill House; 2, R. Lawrie, gr. to Prof. Calderwood, Mer-chiston.

Two pots "Vallota purpurea. - 1, J. Stuart, Corstotphine.

One pot Vallota purpurea. - 1, J. Foster; 2, R. M. Reid.

One pot Eucharis amazonica. - 1, J. 1'aterson; 2, J. Hammond.

Two Fuchsias, of sorts. - 1, Jas. Walker; 2, R. Lawrie.

Two Fuchsias, pots not exceeding 8 inches. - 1, Jas. Walker; 2, James Martin.

Two Cockscombs. - 1, R. Johnstone; 2, W. Tweedie, Portobello.

Two Balsams. -1, Jas. Walker; 2, H. M'Kenzie; 3, W. Kay, Equal Second.

Three Zonale or Bedding Geraniums, sorts, in pots not exceeding 9 inches, in bloom. - 1, A. Henderson; 2, Jas. Walker.

Three Variegated Geraniums, of sorts, in bloom. - 1, T. M'Donald; 2, R. Lawrie.

Three Bronze Geraniums, of sorts. - 1, S. Graham; 2, J. Brown; 3, R. Lawrie.

Three pots Liliums, of sorts. - 1, A. Paul; 2, J. Walker.

One pot Lilium auratum. - 1, J. Paterson; 2, T. Philips, gr. to Mrs Murray, .Mciclnston.

Twelve cut Roses, of sorts. - 1, A. H. Gray, Eastferry, Dunkeld; 2, Jas. Stuart.

Twelve Gladioli, of sorts. - 1, A. Kerr.

Six Gladioli, of sorts. - 1, W. Paxton; 2, R. Grieve.

Twelve Quilled Asters, of sorts. - 1, J. Taylor, Eskbank; 2, A. Kerr.

Twelve Chrysanthemum - flowered Asters, of sorts. - 1, J. Taylor; 2, R. Ewan.

Six Phloxes, of sorts. - 1, J. Pearson; 2, J. Walker.

Four Phloxes, of sorts. - 1, J. Pearson.

Twelve Dahlia Blooms, of sorts. - 1, Jas. Walker, Rosehall; 2, Jas. Walker.

Six Dahlia Blooms, of sorts. - 1, J. Pearson; 2, R. Ferguson.

Six Dahlia Blooms, of sorts. - 1, J. Pearson; 2, J. Walker.

Six Ten Weeks Stocks, six varieties. - 1, G. Lawrie; 2, L. Dow.

Four East Lothian Intermediate Stocks, 4 sorts. - 1, H. Sime; 2, J. Spence.

Twelve varieties of Zonale Geraniums, three trusses of each sort. - 1, W. Kay; 2, J. Bald.

Centrepiece of cut Flowers and Foliage for Dinner Table Decoration. - 1, Jas. Thorn.

One Hand Bouquet. - 1, T. Bowman; 2, J. C. Knight, 15 Clarendon Crescent.

One Table Bouquet. - 1, G. M'Lure; 2, H. Watson.

Class III. - Nurserymen

Twenty-four Dahlia Blooms, of sorts. - 1, Downie & Laird; 2, D. Montgomery, The Glen Nursery, Cardross.

Twelve Fancy Dahlia Blooms, of sorts. - 1, Downie & Laird.

Class IV. - Gardeners And Amateurs

Collection of Vegetables, twelve sorts (to be shown in a flat basket 2 feet wide). - 1, G. Potter, gr. to W. Laidlaw, Esq., Seacliff, North Berwick; 2, T. Bowman.

Two Cucumbers. - 1, H. Sime, Ridge Park, Lanark; 2, J. Morrison.

Four Cauliflowers. - 1, T. Bowman; 2, W. Gourlay, Bilston Lodge.

Four Stalks Celery. - ], H. Watson; 2, R. Ferguson.

Four Beetroots. - 1, R. Ferguson; 2, H. Watson.

Six Leeks. - 1, G. Potter; 2, T. Bowman.

Two Savoys. - 1, A. M'Leod; 2, R. Grieve.

Twelve Onions. - 1, G. Potter; 2, G. Greig.

Two pots of Parsley. - 1, W. H. M'Cuiloch; 2, W. Gourlay.

Six Lettuce. - 1, H, Watson; 2, W, Kay.

Twenty-four " Schoolmaster" Potatoes (Prizes by Mr John Addison, Eastmains, Broxburn). - 1, Jas. Kilpatrick, Redhill, Dumfries; 2, Jas Morrison.

Special Award to Mr Hugh Dickson, Belfast, for Roses, 2.