This section is from the book "The Fruit Manual: Containing The Descriptions And Synonyms Of The Fruits And Fruit Trees Of Great Britain", by Robert Hogg. Also available from Amazon: The Fruit Manual.
Furnished by Dr. Henry Bull, of Hereford.
Munn's Red Old Bromley Pym Square Red Norman Red Royal Red Splash Red-streak Royal Wilding Skyrme's Kernel South Quoining Strawberry Norman Tanner's Red Wilding Bitter-sweet White Norman White Must White Styre
Furnished by Mr. R. T. Veitch, Nurseryman, Exeter.
Greasy Ponsford Red Cluster Slack my Girdle Soldier Northwood
Furnished by Mr. R. H. Poynton, Nurseryman, Taunton, from the most noted Cider Makers.
Black Hereford - A large white apple, "good for extra prime tipple"
Chibble's Wilding - A sweet yellow apple with a long stalk, which gives much briskness to cider
Granville - A small red apple, giving a high colour
Hangdown - A small yellow apple
Kingston Black - This of itself makes a thin cider; but a few only communicate a high colour to other ciders
Large Jersey - Good, but not a great cropper
Morris's Apple - "Never blights," of medium size, high colour, and a very fair eating apple in January
Streaked or Royal Jersey - Small red
Pound - Very large
Cadbury - The cider quickly turns black after drawing