Rogers Art Association
At a meeting of the Hogers Art Association, Leid at the office of the Secretary, the following resolutions were adopted : Resolved, ïhat the thanks of the Assoeiatiou are tendered to M. Kooers for the free use of his hall fur the late Straw. borry aud 'Floral Festival, and ArtExhibition. 2d. To theSteubeu Guards' Band, Minnis Band, and University Band for the musical entertainment volunteered and fumished during the exhibition. 3d. To the Ladies, and in particular Missen Mary H. and Ciiloe Clark and Mts.jBeakes for their constant attendance and 8uperintendence of the hall. 4th. To the eitizens who so liberally aided the exhibition by the contribution of their paintings, statues, and other art works ; aud to those gentlemen who collected and arranged the same. 5th. . To Mr. D. W. C. Wiieeler, of New York, for his contribution of Ten Dollars to the funds of the Association ; and that he be eonstituted a life rnernber of the Association. Cth. To Prof. Win te for his voluntary, able, iuteresitng, and instructive lecture in behalf of the Association. C. Iï. MILLEN, Pres. pro tem. E. B. Pond, Sec.