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
Raspberry (Old Preserver; Nutmeg).— Fruit small, roundish-oblong. Skin thick, dark red, and hairy. Richly flavoured and sweet. Ripens early. Bush spreading, and a good bearer.
Red Champagne (Dr. Davies' Upright; Countess of Errol; Ironmonger, in Scotland).—Small and roundish-oblong, sometimes tapering towards the stalk. Skin rather thick, light red, and hairy. Flavour very rich, vinous, and sweet. Bush very erect, and a good bearer. This is known in Scotland by the name of "Ironmonger.'
Red Mogul.—Small, and roundish-oblong. Skin thin, red, with a mixture of green, and hairy. Of first-rate quality. Bush spreading, and a good bearer; leaves smooth, by which it is distinguished from Ironmonger.
Bed Oval, l.p.—Large and oval. Skin red, and hairy. Of first-rate quality. Bush spreading.
Red Walnut (Murrey; Eckersley's Double-bearing). —Medium sized, obovate. Skin red, and downy. An early variety. Of second-rate quality. Bush spreading.
Red Warrington (Aston; Aston Seedling; Volunteer). —Above medium size, roundish-oblong. Skin red, and hairy. A first-rate late variety, and highly esteemed for preserving. Bush pendulous.
Rifleman (Leigh's), l.p. (Alcock's Duke of York; Yates' Royal Anne; Grange's Admirable).—Large, roundish. Skin red, and hairy. A first-rate late variety. Bush erect, and a good bearer.
Ringleader (Johnson's), l.p. — Large and oblong. Skin red, and smooth. A second-rate variety. Bush pendulous.
Roaring Lion (Farrow's), l.p. (Great Chance).—Very large, oblong. Skin red, and smooth. A second-rate variety as to flavour, but one of the largest in size. Bush pendulous.
Rob Roy.—Medium sized, obovate. Skin red, and hairy. A first-rate variety, and very early. Bush erect.
Rockwood (Prophet's), l.p. — Large and roundish. Skin yellow, and hairy. Flavour second-rate. Bush erect.
Rough Red (Little Red Hairy; Old Scotch Red: Thick-skinned Red).—Small and round. Skin red, and hairy. A first-rate variety, of excellent flavour, and highly esteemed for preserving. Bush spreading.
Bough Yellow. See Sulphur.
Bound Yellow. See Rumbullion. *
Royal White.—Small and round. Skin white, and hairy. A first-rate dessert variety. Bush erect.
Rumbullion (Yellow Globe; Round Yellow).—Small and roundish. Skin pale yellow, and downy. Flavour of second-rate quality. Bush erect, and a great bearer; and the fruit much grown for bottling.
Rumbullion, Green.—Small and round. Skin green, and hairy. Flavour second-rate. Bush erect.