Of vegetables there were a few small collections. The best were from Theodore Backus, of Rochester; N. Culver, of Wayne county; and P. Reilly, gardener to J. B. Finley, Esq., of Saratoga. Mr. Crosman, of Rochester, sent a good collection, but they never reached the show grounds.

We must say for the superintendent of the floral tent, Mr. A. F. Chatfield, of Albany, that he did all in his power for the convenience of exhibitors, and the general good of the exhibition. The fault was not his that arrangements were not more satisfactory.

We subjoin the reports of committees, as follows:

Flowers. Nurserymen's List

Greatest variety and quantity of flowers, William Neweomb, Pittstown, $8; second do., James Wilson, 5. Greatest variety of Dahlias, James Wilson, Albany, 5; second do., J. Battey, Keeseville, 3. Best twenty-four dissimilar blooms, J. Battey, Keeseville, 8; second best, William Neweomb, Pittstown, 2. Best single Dahlia, William Newcomb, Pitts-town, 2; second best, J. Wilson, Albany, 1. Greatest variety of Roses, A Frost A Co., Rochester, 5; second best, Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester, 8. Best ten varieties of Phloxes, J. Wilson, Albany, 3; second best, Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester, 2. Greatest variety of Verbenas, Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester, 5; second do., J. Wilson, Albany, 3. Best twelve varieties, A. Frost & Co., Co., Rochester, 2. Best collection of German Asters, William Neweomb, Pittstown, 6. Best seedling, William Neweomb, Pittstown, 2. Best and greatest variety of Pansies, William New-comb, Pittstown, 8.

Flowers. Amateur List

Greatest variety and quantity of flowers, Mrs. J. T. Van Namee, Pittstown, $5; second da, Mrs. Bennett, Mechanicsvlle, 8. Greatest variety of Dahlias, Mrs. L. E. Smith, Mechanicsville, 5; second do., Mrs. P. Bennett, Mechanicsville, 3. Best twelve dissimilar bloom?, George Warren, Mechanicsville, 3; second best, Mrs. L. E. Smith, Mechanicsville, 2. Best six varieties, George Warren, Mechanicsville, 2; second best, Mrs. P. Bennett, Mechanicsville, 1. Best single variety, G. Warren, Mechanicsville, S. S. Medal. Best six varieties of Phloxes, Mrs. William Newcomb, Pittstown, 8. Best seedling, Mrs. William Newcomb, Pittstown, 1. Greatest variety of Verbenas, Mrs. William Newcomb, Pittstown, 5; second do., Mrs. T. Mabbett, Mechanicsville, 8. Best six varieties, Mrs. T. Mabbett, Mechanicsville, 3; second best, Mrs. William New-comb, Pittstown, 2. Best three varieties, Mrs. William Newcomb, Pittstown, 2. Best seedling, Mrs. T. Mabbett, Mechanicsville, 2; second best, 'Mrs. J. B. Finlay, Saratoga, 1. Best collection of German Asters, Mrs. T. Mabbett, Mechanicsville, 5; second best, Mrs. Van Namee, Pittstown, 8.

Flowers. General List, Open To All Competitors

Best floral ornament, George Warren, $5. Best floral design, Mrs. T. Mabbett, Mechanicsville, 5; second best, Mrs. P. Bennett, Mechanicsville, 3. Beet hand boquet, flat, James Wilson, Albany, 3; second best, Mrs. P. Bennett, Mechanicsville, 2. Beat hand boquet, round, James Wilson, Albany, 8; second best, Mrs, G. W. Wilcox; Saratoga, 2. Best basket boquet, with handle, Eliza D. Palmer, Greenfield, 3. For the most beautifully arranged basket of flowers, Mrs. Emily Neweomb Pittstown, 3. Best exhibition of specimens of dried plants, Mrs. Isaac Clement Halfmoon, S. S. Med.

Fruit. Professional List. Apples

Best twenty varieties of good table apples, three of each variety, named and labelled, grown by exhibitor, George H. Cherry, Rochester, $10; second best* A, Frost A Co., Rochester, 7; third best, Ellwanger A Barry, Rochester, 5; fourth best* John Morse, Cayuga Bridge, Vol. Trans. Best ten varieties of table apples* John Morse, Cayuga Bridge, 8; second best* Thorp* Smith, Hanchett, A Co., Syracuse, 6. Best basket of standard fruits, to be composed of a variety of fruits, at least three of each variety, John Morse, Cayuga Bridge, 6.

Pears

Best twelve varieties of pears* named and labelled, Ellwanger A Barry, Rochester, 8; second beat, John Morse* Cayuga Bridge, 6; third best, Thorp, Smith, Hanchett, A Co., Syracuse, 4; fourth best, James Wilson, Albany, Barry's Fruit Gar. Best six varieties of pears, three of each variety, Ellwanger A Barry, Rochester, 5; second best, Maxwell Brothers, Geneva, 3; third best, John Morse, Cayuga Bridge, 2; fourth best* Thorp, Smith, Hanchett, A Co., Syracuse, Thomas' Fruit Colt Best collection of newly-introduced pears, with a description, Ac, Ellwanger A Barry, Rochester, Dip. and Hovey's Col'd Fruits.

Peaches

Best six varieties of peaches, named and labelled, John Morse* Cayuga Bridge, 5; second best, John Morse* 8. Best three varieties of peaches, named and labelled, John Morse, 3; second best, John Morse, 2. Best twelve peaches, John Morse, 3; second best John Morse, 2.

Plums

Best collection of plums, six specimens each variety, Ellwanger A Barry, Rochester, 6. Best four varieties of good plums, six specimens each, James Wilson, Albany, 8.

Grapes

Best and most extensive collection of good native grapes, grown in the open air, A. Frost A Co., Rochester, 6.

Fruit. Amateur List. Apples

For the best twenty varieties of good table apples, three of each variety, named and labelled, grown by exhibitors, N. A E. S. Hay ward, Rochester, $10; second best* S. H. Case, New Hartford, Oneida county, 7; third best, E. R. Jones, Ballston, 6; Best nineteen varieties of table apples, James Van Namee, Pittstown, 8; second best* N. A. E. S. Hayward, Rochester, 5; third best* EL R. Jones, Ballston; fourth best, J. H. Case, New Hartford, Oneida county, Down. Fruit Best fall seedling apple for all purposes, with description of tree, history of its origin, Ac, one dozen specimens to be exhibited, E. R. Jones, Ballston, 5. Best basket of standard fruits, at least of three varieties, Robert McDonnell, Saratoga county, 6; second best, James T. Van Namee, Pittstown, 4.

Pears

For the best twelve varieties of pears, named and labelled, D. T. Vail, Troy, 8; second best* EL R. Jones, Ballston, 6. Best six varieties of pears, three of each variety, D. T. Vail, Troy, 6; second best* Elisha Dorr, Albany, 3; third best H. G. Dickinson, Lyons, 2; fourth best, E. R. Jones, Balleston, Thomas' Fruit Cult Best collection of newly-introduced pears, with a description, Ac, D. T. Vail, Troy, Dip. and Hovey's Col'd Fruits.

Peaches

Best six varieties of peaches, named and labelled, N. A E. S. Hayward, Rochester, 6. Best three varieties of peaches, named and labelled, P. Bennett, Mechanicsville, 3; second best* N. A E. 8. Hayward, Rochester, 2. Best twelve peaches, Robert McDonnell, Greenfield, Saratoga county, 8; second best N. & E. S. Hayward, Rochester, 2; third best, H. G. Dickinson, Lyons* Vol. Trans. Best seedling variety, six specimens, Elisha Dorr, Albany, 3.

Plums

Best collection of plums, six specimens of each variety, EL Dorr, Albany, 5; second best* P. Bennett; Mechanicsville, 8; third best* James T. Van Namee, Pittstown, 1. Best four varieties of good plums, six specimens each, E. Dorr, Albany, 8. Best twelve plums, choice variety, E. Dorr, Albany, 2; second best, James T. Van Names, Vol Trans.

Quinces

Best twelve quinces of any variety, P. Bennett, Mechanicsville, 8; second best N. & E. S. Hayward, Rochester, 2; third best, Robert McDonnell, Greenfield, Trans.

Grapes

Beet and most extensive collection of good native grapes, grown in the open air, N. & E. S. Hayward, Rochester, 5; second best, P. Bennett, Mechanicsville, 8; third best, E. Dorr, Albany, 2. Best three varieties of native or foreign grapes, grown under glass, three bandies of each variety to be shown, John Greig, Canandaigua, 6. P. Barber, for three bunches of Sweet Water grapes (discretionary premium), Diploma. Best dish of native grapes, E. Dorr, Albany, Vol. Trans.

Watermelon

Best specimen of any variety of watermelons, John Ingersoll, Wilton, 3; second best, N. Culver, 2; third best, J. M. Andrews, Saratoga Springs, 1. Mr. Cruger's gardener (discretionary premium), S. S. Medal. Best collection of watermelons, J. M. Andrews, Saratoga, 3; second best, John Ingersoll, Wilton, 2.

Muskmelons

Best specimen of any variety of muskmelons, John Ingersoll, Wilton, 8; second best, G. H. Cherry, Rochester. 2; third best, C. M. Davidson, Whitehall, 1.

Cranberries

Best peck of domestic culture cranberries, Knowlton Howland, Mechanicsville, 6.

Raspberries

Ever-bearing raspberry, Knowlton Howland, Mechanicsville (discretionary premium), Thomas' Fruit Cult.

Foreign Fruits

One hundred and fifty-one varieties of pears, Hovey & Co., Boston, Sil. Med. Nine varieties of apples, N. Richards, Vergennes, Vt., Vol. Trans. One pomegranate, B. F. Mosley, Albany, Vol. Trans.

Vegetables

Twelve best white table turnips, J. C. Rouse, Saratoga Springs, $3; second best, Patrick Raley, Saratoga Springs, 2. Twelve best carrots, Patrick Raley, Saratoga Springs, 3; second best, J. C. Rouse, Saratoga Springs, 2. Twelve best beets, N. Culver, Wayne county, 3; second best, John Gilford, Saratoga, 2. Twelve best parsnips, Patrick Raley, Saratoga, 3; second beet, Theodore Backus, Rochester, 2. Twelve best onions, J. C. Rouse, Saratoga, 3; second best, Theodore Backus, Rochester, 2. Six best heads of cabbage, N. Culver, Wayne county, 3; second best, J. C. Rouse, Saratoga, 2. Twelve best tomatoes, P. Bennett, Mechanicsville, 3; second best, Patrick Raley, Saratoga, 2. Two best purple egg plants, A. M. Hart, Saratoga, 8. Twelve best sweet potatoes, George W. Herrick, Saratoga, 8; second best, Patrick Raley, Saratoga, 2. Beat half peck of Lima beans, N. Culver, Wayne county, 3; second best, N. & E. S. Hayward, Rochter, 2. Best bunch double parsley, Z. M. Saunders, Albany county, 8; second best, Patrick Raley, Saratoga, 2. Three best garden squashes, J. C. Rouse, Saratoga, 3; second best, Seth Whalen, Saratoga, 2. Three best large squashes, J. C. Rouse, Saratoga, 3. Twelve best ears of yellow eeed corn, Obadiah Howland, Cayuga county, 3; second best, Isano Frink, Saratoga, 2. Twelve best ears of white seed corn, K. Culver, Wayne county, 3; second best, O. L. Barbour, Saratoga, 2. Best half peck of table potatoes, S. G. Smith, Halfmoon, 3; second best, Knowlton Howland, Mechanicsville, 2. Best and greatest variety of vegetables raised by exhibitor, Theodore Backus, Rochester, 5; second best, N. Culver, Wayne county, 3. Best new and valuable variety of vegetable, with evidence of its superiority, C. E. Goodrich, Utica, 3. Z. M. Saunders, Albany, for a sample of celery (discretionary premium), Vol. Trans.