This is a native Pennsylvania pear, originated on the grounds of Mr. Samuel Ott, of Montgomery county, Pa, said to be a seedling of the Sockel It was introduced to notice a few years ago by Dr. BRINCKLE. We have fruited it this season, having it ripe on the last of August. It proves to be a very fair and excellent fruit, ranking with the best summer pears. Size - rather small, roundish-obovate, regular. Skin - greenish yellow, marked with a thin russet and with a marbled red cheek generally. Calyx - rather small, in a narrow, shallow basin. Stalk - one and a half inches long, rather slender, and inserted in a flattened end. Flesh - white, rather coarse, melting, rich, and perfumed, with somewhat of the flavor of the Seckel. Our specimens were from a double worked tree. The tree is a fair grower, and, judging from two or three years' trial, succeeds well on the quince. This will, we think, be a generally esteemed amateurs' pear, but will be found too small for our markets generally.

PULSLFER PEAR.

PULSLFER PEAR.

OTT FEAR.

OTT PEAR.