Bunker's Hill, Copper's

Two hundred and ten prizes were awarded for this variety in two years; the heaviest berry weighing 20 dwts 2 grains.

Britannia

This variety is noted for its earliness and delicious flavour. The fruit is of medium size, weighing about 18 dwts.

Cottage Girl, Heaps's

This variety won one hundred and thirty-three prizes in two seasons: the largest berry weighing 19 dwts. 14 grains.

Golden Gourd

Hill's. A fine early fruit of medium size; shape oblong; skin thin slightly hairy, of rich flavour, and not apt to mildew.

Golden Yellow, Dixon's This is a favourite, medium sized, early fruit for private gardens; the skin is smooth, thin, and transparent, and the berries will hang some time without becoming flat and insipid.

Gunner Hardcastle's

One hundred and ninety-two prizes were given for this variety in 1828; and in 1829 one hundred and eighty-one prizes were awarded; the heaviest berry weighing 24 dwts. 5 grains; fruit rather late.

Invincible, Haywood's

This celebrated fruit is of medium size, weighing about 18 dwts; skin thin, transparent; pulp saccharine and delicious.

Kilton Hero, Hamlet's Kilton

One of the best early yellow fruited gooseberries; fruit oblong, slightly hairy, excellent for cooking while immature, and delicious eating when fully ripe.

Regulator, Prophet's

A very fine fruit, of medium size and rich acid flavour; good for bottling, being firm, and not liable to crack.

Rockwood, Prophet's

The fruit of this variety is very early; it is of a roundish, oblong shape, and slightly hairy. It won three hundred and three prizes in two years; the largest berry weighing 21 dwts. 3 grains

Sovereign, Bratherton's

Two hundred and two prizes were obtained for this variety in two seasons; the heaviest berry weighing 22 dwts. 17 grains.

Viper, Gordon's

This is an early smooth fruit, and won eighty-seven prizes in two years; the largest berry weighing 18 dwts. 5 grains.