This young and enterprising Society held its first exhibition at Farrington's Hall on the 14th and 15th of June. The exhibition proved an auspicious beginning, and was a source of great satisfaction to the members and the public. We append a list of the prizes awarded:

First Class. Greenhouse Plants And Flowers

The Committee awarded for the best general collection, a silver goblet to C. H. Lilienthal, Esq. Gardener, Timothy Ryan.

For the second best do., to Messrs. Strange. Gardener, A. Campbell.

For Choice Collections

To William A. Hall, Esq., a Special Diploma. Gardener, John Lee.

To J. B. Colgate, Esq., a Special Diploma. Gardener, Patrick Ryan.

To Wm. T. Coleman, Esq., a Special Diploma. Gardener, Thomas Ryan.

To Henri Bussard, Florist, a Special Diploma, for specimen of Victoria regia.

To Nicholas Longwood, Esq., a Special Diploma.

The Committee deem worthy of particular notice in this department, the contributions from Robert P. Getty, Esq., Gardener, John Downing; Anson Baldwin, Esq., Gardener, William Tracy; and Thomas W. Ludlow, Esq., Gardener, Michael Prendergast.

Second Class. Plants And Flowers Cultivated In The Open Air

For the best collection of cut flowers, a silver goblet to Henri Bussard, florist.

For the second best do., a silver goblet to Henry A. Swan, Esq. Gardener, James Slade.

For Handsome Collections

To William A. Hall, a Special Diploma. Gardener, John Lee.

To Wm. T. Coleman, Esq., a Special Diploma. Gardener, Thomas Ryan.

To Robert P. Getty, Esq., a Special Diploma. Gardener, John Downing.

They also deem worthy of particular notice a beautifully arranged basket of flowers from Mrs. Charles M. Connolly.

Blossoms of Magnolia grandiflora from Mrs. John K. Myers.

A basket of flowers from Miss Kate Woodworth, and a vase of flowers with an ingeniously arranged jet of water springing up from its centre, from Mrs. Joseph Agate; also a box tree 160 years old, from the garden of Judge Woodworth, Manor Hall.

Third Class. Greenhouse Fruits

The Committee award for the best collection, a silver goblet to C. H. Lilienthal, Esq. Gardener, Timothy Ryan.

For the second best do., a silver goblet to James McBride, Esq.

Fourth Class. Fruit Cultivated In Open Ground

For the best collection, a silver goblet to Fred. S. Cozzens, Esq. Gardener, Andrew Koonan.

For the Second best do., a silver goblet to James B. Colgate, Esq. Gardener, Partick Ryan.

For the finest basket of Strawberries, a Special Diploma, to Jona. Odell, Esq.

For the finest gooseberries, a Special Diploma to C. H. Lilienthal, Esq.

For the finest currants, a Special Diploma to C. Cleveland, Esq.

They also deem worthy of notice the samples of wines from grapes grown in our own township, by Mrs. Archibald Baxter, and two fine specimens of cherries, which came in too late for competition, exhibited by Jacob Read, Esq., and Mrs. Dorley.

Fifth Class. Vegetables

For the best collection, a silver goblet to William A. Hall, Esq. Gardener, John Lee.

The Committee do not award any second premium in this class, as, on account of the early season, the few collections exhibited are of about equal merit.

The following contributions are deemed worthy of special notice.

Jonn T. Warring, Esq., specimens of pie plant; James B. Colgate, Esq., cucumbers; Robert P. Getty, Esq., spinach and peas; John Davidson, Esq., turnips, onions, and radishes; the Mines Bell, cabbage and lettuce; James C. Bell, Esq., beets, best exhibited; Br. Habell, asparagus, do.; C. Cleveland, Esq., beets and spinach; William T. Coleman, cauliflower and peas.

Sixth Class. Articles Of Domestic Manufacture

The Committee not deeming any collection in this class sufficiently large to be entitled to a first class premium, award as follows:

A Special Diploma to Miss Adela Baylis, for two vases of wax flowers.

A Special Diploma to the Misses Bell, for a beautiful chair in worsted work.

A Special Diploma to Mrs. Brett, for choice specimens of worsted.

A Special Diploma to Mrs. John D. Stelwagon, for three pieces of exquisite worsted work.

A Special Diploma to Miss Anna Thurber, for a sot of embroidery. Collar and sleeves very fine.

A Special Diploma to Mrs. William Bell, for three pieces of needle-work in worsted, very fine.

They desire to call particular attention to the three pieces of knitted work by Mrs. G. H. Bartholomew. A Bernouise and Tidy in crotchet worsted by Mrs. William Bell. Worsted work in frame by Miss Pollock. Knitted Sack and Tidy by Miss C. A. Baldwin. Piece of worsted work by Miss Lydia Flagg. Sofa Pillow in raised flowers by Miss W. W. Wood worth. Two crotchet Tidies in cotton by Miss Maria T. Cleveland. Three pieces worsted work by Miss Mary T. Bell. Afghan by Mrs. Thomas W. Ludlow. Embroidered Handkerchief by Miss Ida Cleveland. Muslin Quilt by Mrs. Betts. Worsted Embroidering in frame by Mrs. F. V. Hamlin.

There being no Committee on the fine arts to award premiums, the Board of Management have decided to award to A. Ceileur, Esq., a Special Diploma for a superb Photograph exhibited.

Also, a Special Diploma to William D. Carpenter, Esq., for a fine portrait of Gov. Chase.

They deem worthy of particular notice a beautiful landscape by Mrs. William F. Groshon. A fine Crayon head by Miss Rebecca Copcutt. A painting and Crayon head by Mrs. L. Cobb. Articles of Sculpture in marble by Master J. W. Cable.