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
Temple. See Elruge.
Vermash. See Peterborough.
Violet. See Violette Hative.
Violette de Courson. See Violette Grosse.
Violette Grosse (Grosse Violette Hative; Violette de Courson).—Fruit larger than Violette Hative. Skin pale green, marbled with violet-red. Flesh less vinous than Violette Hative, but an excellent fruit. Flowers small. Glands kidney-shaped. Early in September.
Violette Hative (Aromatic; Early Brugnon; Early Violet; Hampton Court; Large Scarlet; Lord Selsey's Elruge; New Scarlet; Violet; Violette Musque).—Fruit large, roundish-ovate. Skin yellowish-green in the shade, dark purplish-red, mottled with brown, next the sun. Flesh yellowish-green, deep red next the stone, rich, sweet, and vinous. Stone roundish, deep reddish-brown, and deeply furrowed. Flowers small. Glands kidney-shaped. Ripens in the end of August and beginning of September.
Violette Musque. See Violette Hative.
White (Emmerton's White; Flanders; Large White; Neat's White; New White; White Cowdray).— Fruit large, nearly round. Skin white, with a slight tinge of red next the sun. Flesh white throughout, very juicy, with a rich vinous flavour. Stone small. Flowers large. Glands kidney-shaped. Ripens in the end of August and beginning of September.
White Cowdray. See White.
Williams' Orange. See Pitmaston Orange.
Williams' Seedling. See Pitmaston Orange.