Roide Rome, and Wurtemburg of Prince. Fruit large, form of the Colmar; skin smooth; colour bright green, but at maturity pale green; flesh very melting with an unusual abundance of rich agreeable juice. At perfection in October and November
Princesse of Orange, Princess d' Orange, Princess Cmquette. The fruit is roundish; the skin bright reddish orange russet; flesh yellowish white, sugary and rich, in some seasons perfectly melting, but occasionally a little gritty. A beautiful Pear, and of good quality; in October.
Seckle, New-York Red Cheek, Red Cheek Seckle, Sycle. An excellent native fruit, in size rather small; colour varying from yellowish to brownish russet, but bright red next the sun; flesh melting, spicy, and of a most extraordinary rich flavour. This fruit grows in clusters, in great abundance, and is at perfection in September and October.
Fruit small, of an oval, turbinate figure; colour yellowish green, and dull russetty brown; flesh tender and melting, with a rich, saccharine, musky flavour. An excellent fruit; ripe in October. The tree is remarkably tall, upright, vigorous, and productive.
The fruit is of medium size, pyramidally ovate; skin pale green, inclining to yellow, with green streaks; flesh white, but reddish yellow next the core; it is quite melting, juicy, and very sweet, with a little perfume; it ripens from the middle of September to November.
A native fruit from New Jersey, of medium size and oval form; the skin is light yellow, covered with small brown spots, with a tinge of red; the flesh melting, and of excellent flavour. Mr. Manning says the tree bears well, and is worthy of general cultivation; fruit ripens in September.
White Doyenne, Doyenne Blanc, Beurre Blanc, Bonne ante, Si. Mi-ehael, Carlisle, Citron de Septembre, Kaiserbirne, Poire a courte queue, Poire de Limon, Poire de Seigneur, Poire Monsieur, Valencia, White Beurre, Virgulieu of some collections. Fruit pretty large; roundish oblong; skin pale citron yellow, with cinnamon russet, speckled; flesh white, juicy, very buttery, and delicious; ripe in September and October. An old, and once celebrated variety, still admired by many, although excluded from some nurseries, or cultivated under new names.
A native Pear from Cumberland, R. I. The tree bears young, and is very fruitful; size above medium; form oblong; skin yellow, with a brownish blush near the sun; flesh white, juicy, and melting; at perfection in October and November.