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
Pastime (Bratherton's), l.p. — Large and roundish. Skin dark red, and hairy. Of second-rate quality. The fruit is often furnished with extra bracts attached to its sides. Bush pendulous.
Perfection (Gregory's), l.p.— Large and roundish. Skin green, and downy. A first-rate variety, and late. Bush pendulous.
Pigeon's Egg. See Miss Bold.
Pitmaston Green Gage.—Small and obovate. Skin green, and smooth. A first-rate variety, very sugary, and will hang on the bush till it becomes shrivelled. Bush erect.
Prince of Orange (Bell's), l.p. - Large and oblong. Skin yellow, and downy. Of second-rate quality. Bush pendulous.
Prince Regent (Boardman's), l.p. — Large and roundish. Skin dark red, and smooth. A second-rate variety. Bush spreading.
Princess Royal, l.p. — Large and obovate. Skin greenish-white and hairy. Of first-rate quality. Bush pendulous, and a good bearer.
Profit (Prophet's), l.p.— Large and oblong. Skin green and downy. Of second-rate quality. Bush spreading.
Queen Caroline (Lovart's).—Medium sized, obovate. Skin white and smooth. Of second-rate quality. Bush erect.