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out of Oxford 5th by Duke of Northumberland (1940). (A. H. B. Vol. 4, p. 504).

1854.

PRINCE ROYAL (880). Bred by Henry Wells, Aurora, New York; the property of Thomas Gould, same place; calved August 15th, 1851; got by Duke of Wellington 55, out of Profitable 2d by Duke of Wellington 55. (A. H. B., Vol. 2, p. 216).

PHCEBE 7TH. Bred by J. F. Sheafe; the property of L. Spencer, Williamsbridge, Westchester Co.; calved April, 1850; got by Duke of Exeter, 449, (10152) out of Phæbe 4th by Pontiac 125. (A. H. B., Vol. 2, p. 507).

1855.

CAYUGA.

Bred by John R. Page, Sennett, Cayuga county; the property of John Grant, Elbridg“, N. Y.; got by Old Splendor ; 767, out of Gipsy 2d, by Damon 48; Gipsy by Washington (1566.) (A. H. B., vol. 2, p. 112.)

DUCHESS.

Bred by, and the property of S. P. Chapman, Clockville, Madison county, N. Y.; calved June 25th, 1849; got by Duke of Wellington 55, (3654), out of Matilda by White Jacket (5647); Hart (bred by and imp. by the late Thos. Hollis, formerly of Blythe, England.] (A. H. B., vol. 2, p. 355.)

1856.

MAJESTY. Bred by Ambrose Stevens, Batavia, N. Y.; the property of Thomas Gould, Aurora; valved July 23d, 1853; got by imp. Wolviston (1109); out of Ger trude by Paular, 807; Snowstorm by Duke of Wellington (3654.) (A, H. B., vol. 3, p. 157.)

BLOSSOM 2D. · Bred by George Vail, Troy; the property of 0. Howland, Auburn, N. Y.; got by imported Duke of Wellington (3654). (E. H. B., vol. 4, p. 148.) Bred by Thomas Bates, Kirkleavington, England. Dam, Blossom, bred by Seth Hastings, Brainard's Bridge, N. Y.; got by Rockingham.

1857.

ECHO OF OXFORD (12821.) Bred by N. J. Becar, Smithtown, L. I.; the property of E. Marks, Camillus, N. Y.; calved January 25, 1854; got by Romeo (13169); out of Oxford 13th, by 3d Duke of York (10166.) (A. H. B., vol. 3, p. 96.)

DAIRY MAID.

Bred by Ralph Wade, Esq., Coburg, Canada; the property of James O. Sheldon, Geneva, N. Y.; calved January, 1850; got by american Belted

Will (12394); out of Clarentine, by George (12939.) (E. H. B., vol. 11,

p. 12.)

1858.

DUKE OF OXFORD (2780.) Bred by L. G. Morris, Fordham, N. Y.; the property of Ezra Cornell, Ithaca; calved July 27th, 1855; got by Duke of Gloster (11382); out of Oxford 17, by Lamartine (11662.) (A. H. B., vol. 4, p. 87.)

CLOVER.

Bred by, and the property of Samuel Thorne, Thornedale, Washington Hollow, Dutchess county, N. Y.; calved April 5, 1855; got by Grand Duke (10284); out of Countess, by Third Duke of Oxford (9047.) (A. H. B., vol. 4, p. 302.)

1859.

HIAWATHA (1663.) Bred by Samuel Thorne, Washington Hollow, Dutchess county, N. Y.; the property of John R. Page, Sennett; calved November 22, 1855; got by Young Balco (12426), 1124; out of Diana Gwynne, by Duke of Lancaster (10929.) (A. H. B., vol. 5, p. 94.)

MRS. GWYNE. Bred by, and the property of Samuel Thorne, Washington Hollow, Dutche88 county, N. Y.; calved April 18th, 1856; got by Grand Duke (10284); out of Mystery, by Usurer (9763.) (A. H. B., vol. 4, p. 481.)

1860.

ALTORF (2494.) Bred by Samuel Thorne, Washington Hollow, Dutchess county, N. Y.; the property of Cooper Sayre, Oaks Corners, Ontario county; calved Sept. 29th, 1857; got by Neptune (11847); out of Agnes, by Lord Brawith (10645.) (A. H. B., vol. 4, p. 29.)

HIDGE.

Bred by R. A. Alexander, Kentucky; the property of James 0. Sheldon, Geneva, N. Y.; calved 29th November, 1856; got by Grand Master (12968); dam Rosabella, by Bridegroom (11203.) (Mr. Sheldon's Catalogue, 1864.)

1861.

APRICOT'S GLOSTER. Bred by and the property of Cass & Butts, Manlius, N. Y.; calved January 15, 1858; got by Duke of Gloster (11382) out of Apricot, by 3d Duke of York (10166). (A. H, B., Vol. 5, p. 18).

BRIGHT EYES 6TH, Bred by S. P. Chapman, Clockville, Madison Co., N. Y., the property of George Butts, Manlius, N. Y.; calved March 14th, 1856; got by Halton, 556 (11552), out of imp. Bright Eyes 3d, by Earl Derby (10177). (A. L. B., Vol. 3, p. 325).

1862. PRINCE OF WALES (18630) E. H. B. (5100) A. H. B. Roan, calved July 12th, 1858; bred by R. Syme, Red Kirk, Scotland; imp. and owned by George Miller, Markham, Canada West; got by Tweedside (12246) out of Silky, by Baron of Kidsale (11156); Lady by Remus (11987); Young Lady Bird by Strathmore (6547); Lady Bird 2d by Playfellow (6297)-by Scrip (2604)—by Thorington (5472).

BERTHA. Bred by Samuel Thorne, Thornedale, N. Y.; the property of E. Griffen, Clinton Corners, Dutchess Co., N. Y.; calved March, 1859; got by Duke of Thornedale, 2787, out of Gloster's Bloom, by Duke of Gloster (11382); Bloom by Sir Leonard (10827). (See A. H. B., Vol. 6, p. 197.)

1863.

HOTSPUR. Bred by the Executors of Wm. Harison, Morley Farm, Morley, St. Lawrence Co., N. Y.; the property of T. L. Harison, same place; calved May 15, 1860; got by Duke of Gloster (11382), 2763, out of Daphne, by Harold (10299). (A. H. B. Vol. 5, p. 96).

BLOOMING HEATHER,

Bred by Samuel Thorne, Thornedale, Washington Hollow, Dutchess Co., N. Y.; the property of Geo. H. Brown, same place; calved April 23, 1860; got by 2d Grand Duke (12961), out of Gloster's Bloom, by Duke of Gloster (11382). (A. H. B., Vol. 6, p. 200).

AWARDS FOR IMPORTED CATTLE-SHOWN IN SEPARATE CLASS.

1854.

BALCO (9918). Bred by Thomas Bates, Eng.; the property of Morris & Becar, New York; calved February 23d, 1849; got by 4th Duke of York (10167); dam (Wild Eyes 15th), by 4th Duke of Northumberland (3649.) (A. H. B., Vol. 3, p. 42).

BLOOM. Bred by Mr. Fowle, Northallerton, Eng.; the property of L. G. Morris, Fordham; calved January, 1850; got by Sir Leonard (10287); dam (Evira), by Æolus (3733). (E. H. B., Vol. 11, 340).)

1855.

ST. NICHOLAS (13663). Bred by Mr. J. M. Hopper, Newham Grange; the property of Hungerford, Brodie & Converse, Ellisburgh, Jeff. Co.; calved in February, 1853; got by Master Bellville (11795); dam (Zenobia 2d), by Belleville (6787). (E. H. B., Vol. 11, p. 236).

PRANTIC. Bred by Robert Bell, Lancaster, Eng.; imp. by and the property of Geo. Vail, Troy, and S. P. Chapman, Clockville, Madison Co., N. Y.; Calved Sept. 3d., 1850; got by 4th Duke of York (10167), out of Faith by 4th Duke of Northumberlaud (3649). (A. H. B., Vol. 2, p. 389).

1856.

ST. NICHOLAS (13663.) Received certificate as best bull. (See above.)

LADY NEWHAM.

Bred by J. M. Hopper, Yorkshire, England; the property of Hungerford, Brodie & Converse, Ellisburgh, Jefferson county; calved March, 1853, got by Belleville (6778.) out of Matilda by Belleville (6778). Madeline by Newham (4563). (A. H. B., Vol. 5, p. 341.)

1857.

MISS BELLEVILLE.

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Bred by J. M. Hopper, Newham, Grange, England, the property of E, Marks, Camillus, N. Y.; calved February, 1853, got by Belleville (6778) out of Carnation by Goldsmith (10277.) (A. H. B., Vol. 4, p. 474.)

1858.

NEPTUNE (11847.) Bred by John Booth, Killerby, England; imported by Samuel Thorne, Washington Hollow, Dutchess county; the property of W. H. Slingerland & Co., Albany; calved Nov. 4, 1850, got by Water King (11024) out of Bloom by Buckingham (3239.) (A. H. B., Vol. 4, p. 165.)

FINELLA.

Bred by S. E. Bolden, Lancashire, England, the property of W. H. Slingerland & Co., Albany; calved June 30, 1852, got by Grand Duke (10284) out of Fay, by Faugh-a-Ballagh (8082.) (A. H. B., Vol. 4, p. 353.)

1859.

GRAND TURK (12969.) Bred by S. E. Bolden, Lancaster, England; the property of Samuel Thornc, Washington Hollow, Dutchess county, N. Y.; calved Dec. 31, 1852, got by Grand Duke (10284) out of Young Rachael, by Leonard (4210.) (A. H. B., Vol. 4, p. 116.)

LALLA ROOKH,

Bred by Mr. Townely, Townely Park, Burnley, England; the property of Samuel Thorne, Washington Hollow, Dutchess county; calved Dec. 3d, 1851; got by The Squire (12217) out of Lavinia, by Prince Ernst (4818.) (A. II. B., Vol. 3, p. 490.)

1860.

GRAND DUKE OF OXFORD (16184.) Bred by Capt. Gunter, at the Grange, Wetherby, England; the property of James 0. Sheldon, Geneva; calved July 29, 1856, got by 2nd Grand Duke (12961) out of Oxford 11th, by 4th Duke of York (10167.) (A. H. B., Vol. 5, p. 87.)

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DIYAH GWYNNE.

Bred by J. S. Tanqueray, Middlesex, England; imported by Samuel Thorne, Thornedale, N. Y., the property of J. R. Page, Sennett, N. Y.; got by Balco (9918.) (A. H. B., Vol. 2, p. 352.)

COUNTY ASSOCIATIONS.

It is very gratifying, that amidst the operations now in progress for the defence of our country, we are enabled to present reports from upwards of forty County Agricultural Societies, and most of these reports are of the most encouraging character.

The farmers of our State are among the bravest defenders of our rights, and are making great sacrifices for the preservation of our country. The returns from their labor upon the farm are upon the whole, most encouraging; and we trust they will reap a rich reward for their labors.

Many of these reports will be found of great interest and value, and will well repay a careful perusal.

ALBANY. The Albany County Agricultural Society was re-organized in the year 1862, and its first Fair was held at the Washington Parade Ground in September, 1863. The weather was pleasant, and the exhibition was most creditable to the farmers of the county.

The display of horses and cattle was very large, and of a quality that would challenge competitiou in any county in the State. In the number and quality of working oxen, it is believed that an exhibition has never excelled this; and the increased attention which is now given to the use of oxen upon the farm, will be sustained in this county, and other sections of the State can be supplied. The oflicers desired to have specimens of their working cattle, worthy of the county, and the result was most gratifying. Three first rate strings from different towns, of ten pairs and upwards each, presented attractions, which were most carefully examined.

The display of sheep was excellent, both mutton and fine wool varieties, showing the increased attention which is being given to this important class. Some very choice imported stock attracted much attention.

The exhibition of swine was not such as the county should have shown, and it is hoped another year will witness a great improvement in this department. The show of poultry was creditable to the exhibitors.

The exhibition of fruits and flowers was very attractive.

In the manufacturing department the show was not equal to former years, owing, doubtless, in a great measure, to the scarcity of labor. The financial results were very successful; the receipts $4,396.16. Expenditures $4,238.64. Balance $157.52.

The Society had expected from His Excellency Governor Seymour and Hon. Ira Harris that they would be present at the last day of the Fair, and deliver addresses appropriate to the occasion. Public duties prevented their attendance, much to the regret of the speakers and the officers and members of the Society, and the great numbers of people who were in attendance.

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