A Horticultural Society has been planted at Saint Paul in Minnesota. We hope it may grow up to be a great and flourishing institution in that far-off country, and produce much fruit. We are indebted to Mr. Buchanan, its President, for the proceedings which took place on the occasion, which we herewith print. The Constitution is a model for brevity.

At a meeting called by public notice, and held in the office of the County Auditor, for the purpose of forming a Horticultural Society for Saint Paul and vicinity, Alex. Buchanan was called to the Chair, and S. Hewson appointed Secretary.

On motion of L. M. Ford, and seconded by B. F. Hoyt, the following resolutions were adopted: Resolved, That in view of the importance of cultivating Fruit, Flowers, etc, in this State, and to aid in its support, we proceed to organize a Horticultural Society for Saint Paul and vicinity. Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed to draft a Constitution and By-Laws, and report at next meeting. The committee afterwards reported a Constitution, which was adopted, as follows: