H. Hoffnan, C. Smith.
Second crown, second honors — Misses V. Goodman, M. Dougherty, J Northrop, E Brady, E. McDowell, A Hurdfe, L. Cotogui, V. Clark, N. Pizzini, L. Purcell.
The first crown were composed of full blown and variegated roses and other flowers, the second crowns were green wreaths, with a few flowers interwoven, while the first crowns of the junior circle were composed only of evergreens.
The gold medal was awarded to Miss M. Bisset, and the silver medal to Miss Bessie Horner.
"Childhood's Hours," solo, dust, and chards, composed by Prof. Rosier, and dedicated to the pupils of the academy, was sung with much spirit by the whole school.
There were many pieces sung and played by the pupils.
The execution in all was excellent, and did the highest credit to both scholars and teachers.
A vocal duet, by Misses L. Northrop and M. Baratta, was heard with much pleasure, and was sweetly sung.
"La Jeune Martyre," by Miss M. Barrett, was one of the