This section is from "The Horticulturist, And Journal Of Rural Art And Rural Taste", by P. Barry, A. J. Downing, J. Jay Smith, Peter B. Mead, F. W. Woodward, Henry T. Williams. Also available from Amazon: Horticulturist and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste.
At a late meeting of the "Chester County Horticultural Society" the following named persons were elected officers for the ensuing year:
JOHN RUTTER, Esq., President JaMEs H. Ball, Esq., and Dr. Geo. Thomas, Vice Presidents. Josiah llooras, Recording Secretary, Jos. P. Wilson, Esq., Corresponding Secretary. John Marshall, Treasurer.
The stated meeting for July was held la the Society's Hall, on the 12th inst., Vice-President J. H. Bull, Baa., presiding.
From the collection of Josish Hoopes, viz: Ten specimen plants of Gloxinias: Begonia parviflora, B. ianeolata, B. Prestoniensls, Rnellla formosa, Russellia junces, Cissus discolor, Torrents asiatica, Centradenia florabunda, Nepenthos dlstillatorins, Lycopodium arborenm, L. denticulatum, Hoys bella, Echites picts, E. Nutans, Acrosttcblum alcicorno. New. - Fuchsia Mrs. Story and Prince Albert, Cephalotus follicularis, Geraniums amazon, and golden chain.
From J. H. Bull's. Orange, Red Antwerp, and Cashing Raspberries.
From S. P. Hoopoe's. Franconia Raspberries.
From M. B. Thomas's. Three varieties of Gooseberries.
From Josiah Hoopoe's. Raspberries, vis: River's Monthly, Knevett's Giant, Fastolff, Orange, Hudson River Antwerp, Franconia, Cashing, River's Antwerp, Common Red Antwerp, Vice-President French, Ohio Everbearing, Col. Wilder, Thunderer, and Common Black.
Troth's early Red Peaches (forced), and Red Dutch Currants.
Two gentlemen were elected members.