At the Annual shew of Auriculas and Polyanthos

At the Annual shew of Auriculas and Polyanthos, held at the Three Crowns Inn, on Thursday last, the following Prizes were adjudged: To the gardiner of James Packe, Esq. of Prestwould, 10s 6d for the best Auricula; to Mr. Goodfellow of Leicester, 5s for the second best; to the gardiner of Mrs. Anne Wigley 2s 6d for the third best, all won by VIE’s Temple of Diana; to Mr. Berry of Evington, 10s 6d for the best Polyanthos, STRETCH’s Fiery Furnace; to Mr. Berry of Rothley, 5s for the second best, the Prussian Monarch; to Mr. Mills of Leicester, 2s 6d for the third best, Squire Stanley; at this feast upwards of 90 gentlemen dined, and after the prizes were determined, proceeded to elect stewards for the year ensuing, when Anthony Keck, jun. and William Herrick, Esqrs. were unanimously elected.