The American Garden has a pretty illustration of this variety which was raised by Mr. Jacob Moore, the originator of the Brighton grape. The branches, as represented here, are five inches and a half from their attachment to the branch to the terminal berry. Mr. Hooker - excellent authority - vouches for its superiority. The berries, though not so large as either the Versaillaise or the Cherry, are next to them in size, with the advantage of larger bunches and better fruit. It was raised from the Cherry, believed to have been crossed with the White Grape.