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Leaves short, dark green, tinged with brown. Fruit rather long, deep yellow; pips large. Flesh rich, yellow. high-flavoured.

Weight from three to four pounds.
8. ENVILLE. Hort. Soc. Cat. No. 30.
Cockscomb. Ib.
Old Enville. Ib.

Leaves large, broad, very mealy. Fruit pyramidal or longish oval, deep orange; pips large, rather flat. pale yellow, well flavoured.

Weight from five to six pounds.
9. GLOBE. Hort. Soc. Cat. No. 33.
English Globe. Ib.

Leaves narrow, erect, mealy. Fruit roundish or oblong, dull yellow; pips prominent. Flesh yellow, well flavoured.

Weight from three to four pounds.
10. GREEN ANTIGUA. Hort. Soc. Cat. No. 6.
Smooth Green Havannah.

Of some Collections. Leaves broad, short ; spines a few only, and those towards the tips. Fruit roundish oval ; pips rather flat. Flesh deep yellow, pretty good.

Weight from four to five pounds.
11. GREEN PROVIDENCE. Hort. Soc. Cat. No. 56.
New Green Olive. Ib. No. 50.

Leaves large, broad, light green, longer than those of the Old Queen. Fruit pyramidal, or longish oval, of a yellowish olive colour ; pips prominent. Flesh pale yellow, very good.

Weight from two to three pounds.
12. GREEN QUEEN. Hort. Soc. Cat. No. 63.
Smooth-leaved Queen. Of some Collections.

Leaves strong, broad, dark green, mealy; spines few, placed at distant intervals. Fruit cylindrically oval ; pips prominent. Flesh yellow, very good.

Weight from three to four pounds.

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13. HAVANNAH. Hort. Soc. Cat. No. 37.
Brown Havannah. Ib.
Smooth-leaved Antigua. Of some Collections.

Leaves narrow, light green, mottled with brown ; spines none, except a few small ones near the tips. Fruit large, cylindrically oval, deep orange ; pips large, flat. Flesh pale lemon colour, pretty good.

Weight from four to five pounds.
14. Hussar. Hort. Soc. Cat. No. 40.

Leaves long, narrow, pale green ; spines rather coarse. Fruit tun-shaped ; pips large. Flesh bright yellow, pretty good.

Weight from three to four pounds.
15. King. Hort, Soc. Cat. No. 46.
Common King. Ib.
Grass-green King. Ib.
Old King. Ib.
Leaves long, erect, pale green; spines none.

Fruit ovate, or somewhat cylindrical, bright orange. Flesh rich, yellow, saccharine mixed with acid.

Weight from three to four pounds.
16. LEMON QUEEN. Hort. Soc. Cat. No. 64.
Barbadoes Queen. Ib.
Lemon-coloured Barbadoes Queen. Ib.

Leaves broad, very mealy; spines fine, and on some of the leaves incurved. Fruit large, oval, of a pale lemon colour ; pips rather prominent.

Flesh pale yellow, well flavoured.

Weight from four to five pounds.
17. MONTSERRAT. Hort. Soc. Cat. No. 48.
Copper. Ib.

Leaves longish, somewhat keel-shaped, dark glossy green, tinged with brown ; spines few. Fruit oval, copper-coloured ; pips flat. Flesh pale yellow, of a pretty good flavour.

Weight from three to four pounds.

PINE APPLES.

18. New BLACK JAMAICA. Hort. Soc. Cat. No. 43.

Leares long, thin, light green, mottled with deeper
green. Fruit pyramidal, dark brown. Flesh pale
yellow, rich, and very highly flavoured.

Weight from four to five pounds.
19. New DEMERARA. Hort. Soc. Cat. No. 27.

Leares rather long, dark green, mealy; spines fine. Fruit round, reddish orange; pips large. Flesh pale yellow, well faroured.

Weight from three to four pounds.
20. New EnviLLE. Hort. Soc. Cat. No. 31.

Cat.
Leares large, mealy; spines strong. Fruit pyra-
midal or long oval, pale yellow; pips large, prominent.
Flesh pale yellow, well flavoured.

Weight from five to six pounds.

21. New MEALY-LEAVED SUGAR-LOAF. Hort. Soc. Cat No. 85.

Leares long, broad, mottled with brown, mealy. Fruit pyramidal, long, pale yellow; pips small, flat. Flesh pale yellow, sweet.

Weight from four to five pounds.

Q2. OTAHEITE. Hort. Soc. Cat, No. 52. Pom. Mag. t. 29.

Anson. Ib. Ib.

Leares unusually erect, narrow, regularly and rather strongly serrated. Fruit roundish, tun-shaped, deep olive green, becoming deep orange yellow ; pips flat, umusually large. Flesh pale yellow, sweet, and high flavoured.

Weight from four to six pounds.
23. QUEEN. Hort. Soc. Cat. No. 59.
Common Queen. Ib.
Narrow-leaved Queen. Ib.
Old Queen. Ib.

Lemres short, broad, and mealy ; spines strong. Fruit cylindrically oval, deep yellow; pips prominent. Flesh bright yellow, juicy, and sweet, with a very pleasant acid.

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Weight from three to four pounds.

24. RIPLEY. Hort. Soc. Cat. No.70. Pom. Mag. t. 134.

Montserrat of some. According to the Pom. Mag.
Heaton House Montserrat. Ib.
Indian Black Pine. 16.
Old Ripley. Ib.

Leaves broad, rather long, slightly recurved, tinged with reddish brown, mealy on both sides ; spines middlesized, irregular. Fruit roundish ovate, pale copper colour when perfectly ripe ; pips middle-sized, angular, rather pointed. Flesh pale yellow, very sweet, rich, and high flavoured. Crown about the middle size, deeply stained with dark red.

25. RIPLEY QUEEN. Hort. Soc. Cat. No. 67.

Leaves short, broad, mealy. Fruit long, nearly cylindrical, deep yellow; pips prominent, from twelve to fourteen deep. Flesh pale yellow, saccharine, mixed with a pleasant acid.

Weight from three to four pounds.
26. Russian CockSCOMB. Hort. Soc. Cat. No. 23.

Leaves strong, short, tinged with brown, mealy; spines coarse. Fruit roundish oval, pale orange when ripe ; pips flat. Flesh pale yellow, juicy, and well flavoured.

Weight from four to five pounds.

27. RUSSIAN GLOBE. Hort. Trans. Vol. v. p. 265. Hort. Soc. Cat. No. 35.

Leaves short, broad, dark brown ; spines coarse. Fruit large, oval, dark orange; pips large, flat. Flesh rich yellow, rich, and high flavoured.

Weight from four to five pounds. A very excellent
Pine.

28. SAINT VINCENT's. Hort. Soc. Cat. No.75.
Green Olive. Ib.
Green St. Vincent's. 16.

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Leaves something longer than those of the Queen, broad, light green, rather mealy. Fruit longish oval, dull yellow when ripe ; pips flat. Flesh pale yellow, rich, and high flavoured.

Weight from three to four pounds.
29. SILVER-STRIPED QUEEN. Hort. Soc. Cat. No.66.
Gold-striped Queen. Of some Collections.

Leaves broad, short, with cream-coloured stripes, tinged with red. Fruit oval; pips full and prominent. Flesh yellow, pretty good.

Weight from two to three pounds.

30. SMOOTH-LEAVED SUGAR-LOAF. Hort. Soc. Cat. No. 87.

Leaves upright, narrow, smooth, striped with dull purple. Fruit cylindrical ; pips small, prominent.

. Flesh yellow, soft, of but indifferent flavour.

Weight from two to three pounds.

31. STRIPED-LEAVED SUGAR-LOAF. Hort. Soc. Cat. No. 88.

Purple-striped Queen. Ib.

Leaves large, broad, pale green, with brown or chocolate-coloured stripes. Fruit rather long, bright yellow; pips prominent. Flesh rich yellow, juicy, and sweet.

Weight from three to four pounds.
32. STRIPED QUEEN. Hort. Soc. Cat. No. 68.
Striped-leaved Olive. Ib. No. 51.

Leaves broad, short, erect, striped with greenish yellow, and tinged with red ; spines few. Fruit oval; pips prominent. Flesh bright yellow, pretty well flavoured.

Weight from two to three pounds.
33. STRIPED SURINAM. Hort. Soc. Cat. No. 92.
Striped Silver and Pink Surinam. Ib.
Ribhon-grass. Ib. 69.

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