By the colored plate in the June Florist and Pomologist, this English apple must be one of the most beautiful. It is oblate-conical, four and a half inches wide, and three and a half deep, brownish-red splashed with crimson on the sunny side, and russetty-yellow on the other. It has been known for some time in England, and is a seedling from the Blenheim orange. How it would behave if introduced into America, would be a question to consider; but it would be a popular fruit should it behave well.