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
Carter's Prolific.—Fruit large and round, of a deep red colour, with a firm flesh of excellent flavour. A summer-bearing variety.
De Chili. See Yellow Antwerp.
Cornwell's Prolific. See Barnet.
Cornwell's Seedling. See Barnet.
Cornwell's Victoria.—The fruit of this variety is large, and of fine flavour, but its drupes adhere so closely to the core as to crumble off in gathering. A summer bearer.
Cushing.—Fruit large, roundish, inclining to conical, of a bright crimson colour, and with a briskly-acid flavour. A summer bearer.
Cutbush's Prince of Wales. See Prince of Wales.
Double-Bearing Yellow. See Yellow Antwerp.
Fastolf (Filby).—Fruit large, roundish-conical, bright purplish red, and of excellent flavour. A summer bearer.
Filby. See Fastolf.
Franconia.—Fruit large, obtuse-conical, of a dark purplish-red colour, and good flavour, briskly acid. A summer bearer.
French. See Vice-President French. Howland's Bed Antwerp. See Red Antwerp. Knevett's Antwerp. See Red Antwerp.
Knevett's Giant.—Fruit large, obtuse-conical, deep red, and of good flavour. A summer bearer.
Large Monthly (Large-fruited Monthly; Rivers' Monthly; de Tous le Mois a Gros Fruits Rouges).—This is a most abundant bearing autumnal variety, producing fruit above the medium size, roundish-conical, of a crimson colour, and of excellent flavour.
Large Red. See Barnet.
Late-bearing Antwerp. See Red Antwerp,
Lawton. See New Rochelle.
Lord Exmouth's. See Barnet.
Magnum Bonum.—A yellow summer-bearing variety, inferior in size and flavour to Yellow Antwerp. The fruit is of a pale yellow colour with firm flesh. The plant, like Brinckle's Orange and Belle de Fontenay, becomes a perfect weed from the profusion of suckers it throws up.
Merveille de Quatre Saisons Jaune. See October Yellow.
Merveille de Quatre Saisons Rouge. See October Bed.
New Rochelle (Lawton; Seacors Mammoth).—An American autumn-bearing variety, having the rambling habit of growth of the common Bramble. It produces fruit in great abundance of a large oval shape, and a deep black colour, very juicy, and agreeably flavoured.
This has not been sufficiently proved in this country to admit of a correct estimate being formed of its merits.
Northumberland Fillbasket.— Fruit rather large, roundish, inclining to conical, of a deep red colour, and good flavour. The plant is a strong vigorous grower, and an abundant summer bearer.