We have from Mr. W. Bassett, Hammonton, N. J., some boxes of this variety, which proves to be an excellent traveler, and as superior a keeper. It appears to belong to the same class as the Philadelphia. "We cannot speak of its bearing qualities from our own experience, but in all others we can say it is a superior fruit. It is rather darker than the Brandyivine, which is also a favorite with our market men.