[The following memoranda were sent to us, with the excellent peaches to which they refer, and are regarded as of sufficient interest in connection with the history of peach culture to give them a prominent place in our columns. - Ed].

Blodget's Golden Cling

Three peaches, 6 oz. each ; 3 inches in diameter; 8 inches in circumference. Tree 16 years old - bearing 14 years. Tree measures 24 inches in circumference 2 feet from surface of earth.

Blodgett's Golden Pointed Cling

Three peaches, 4 oz. each. Tree 16 years old - bearing 13 years. Tree measures 22 inches in circumference 24 inches from surface.

Blodgett's Golden October Cling

Three peaches - weight, 4 oz. each. Tree 16 years old - bearing 13 years. Tree measures 38 inches in cir cumference 2 feet from surface; least diameter, 12 inches below branches, one branch 24 inches in circumference 5 feet from surface.

Blodgett's Golden Freestone

Three peaches, these small - usual weight, 4 oz.; many 8 oz. Tree 16 years old - bearing 14 years. Measures 30 inches 24 inches from surface.

Blodgett's Crimson Cling

Three peaches, average weight, 3 oz.; these, the last on the tree, belong to September 20th; very fine for putting up. Tree 16 years old - bearing 14 years. Tree measures 24 inches 24 inches from the surface.

Blodgett's Crimson Freestone

Two peaches, last of season; average weight, 3 oz; belongs to September 20th. Tree 16 years old - bearing 14 years. Tree measures 26 inches in circumference 2 feet from surface.

Miss Percival, White Freestone

Average weight, 3 oz.; bears very heavily this year; often weigh 7 to 8 oz. Tree 16 years old - bearing 14 years. Measures 21 inches in circumference 1 foot from surface. The Percival was greatly injured by overbearing and the storm, yielding 7 bushels this year.