The greatest gaiety reigned during the whole soiree. The diner. prepared by Jehlen, was splendid. His tables were placed in the garden of Mr. McDonnell, lawyer, who had the politeness to offer it for this pastoral festival. His lights suspended to trees, the music, the perfume spread by the flowers, the beauty of the site, all tended to add to the charm of the spectacle. This holiday, whose goal is to solidify the union of the Canadians, will not go without bearing fruit. It will be celebrated annually as a National Holiday and will not miss producing the happiest results.