This section is from the "The Fruit Manual; Containing The Descriptions and synonymes of the fruits and fruit trees commonly met with in the gardens & orchards of Great Britain, with selected lists of those most worthy of cultivation" book, by Robert Hogg. Also available from Amazon: The Fruit Manual
Branches either upright, spreading, or more or less long, Blender, and drooping. Leaves flat, dark green, glabrous under-
neath, and borne stiffly on the leafstalks; large and broad in §, and small and narrow in §§. Flowers in pedunculate umbels, cup-shaped, with firm, stiff, and crumpled orbicular petals. Fruit round or oblate, sometimes, as in the Morello, inclining to heart-shaped. Juice sub-acid or acid.
§ Branches upright, occasionally spreading. Leaves large
* Flesh dark; juice coloured.—Dukes.
Archduke Jeffreys' Duke
Buttner's October May Duke
Duchesse de Palluau Royal Duke
Griotte de Chaux. De Soissons
** Flesh pale; juice uncoloured.—Red-Dukes.
Belle de Choisy Great Cornelian
Belle Magnifique Reine Hortense
Coe's Late Carnation Late Duke
§§ Branches long, slender, and drooping. Leaves small
* Flesh dark; juice coloured.—Morellos. Double Natte Ostheim
Early May Ratafia
Griotte de Kleparow
Morello Shannon Morello
** Flesh pale; juice uncoloured.—Kentish.
All Saints Gros Gobet