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(Early) American Cider Apples From DANIEL SMITH and CO. Nursery, Burlington, New Jersey 18o4

Agricultural.

Extract.

From The Trenton Federalist.
1803
One of the best opportunities for improving their plantations with choice fruit is now offered to the farmers in this part country, by the opening of the extensive nursery of Daniel Smith & Co. of Burlington, for the sale of trees. This nursery has been many years in  forming is certainly one of the grandest collections of choice trees in the United States. No expense nor pains have been spared to make the collection complete, and the taking bids fair to produce the greatest benefits to the agricultural interests of West Jersey. 1
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Below is a list of (early) American Cider Apples from DANIEL SMITH & CO. of Burlington, New Jersey, circulated as a broadsheet catalog for apple trees available in the fall of 18o4.

AMERICAN CIDER APPLES.
Note:
“The letter S. denotes the Trees of that kind being smaller than the others. C. denotes Cyder Fruit.”
  • APPLES.
  • 1 Large Newtown pippins
  • 2 Cooper’s russeting C.
  • 3 Michael-Henry
  • 4 Shippen’s russeting or Newark gate
  • 5 Summer queen
  • 6 White calville
  • 7 Reinette grise
  • 8 Sweet and sour
  • 9 Hunt’s green Newtown pippin
  • 11 Newark or French yellow pippin
  • 12 Redling
  • 13 Stockton’s early
  • 15 Large red and green sweeting
  • 16 Large early harvest
  • 17 Monstrous pippin
  • 18 Large piplin
  • 19 Golden pippin
  • 20 Everlasting apple
  • 21 Lady apple or Pomme d’Apis
  • 22 Doctor apple
  • 23 English codling
  • 24 Swett’s harvest
  • 25 Early junating
  • 26 Belle fleur
  • 27 Orange apple
  • 28 Black apple
  • 29 Hewes’s crab C.
  • 30 Wine sop
  • 31 Early bough apple
  • 32 Harrison apple C.
  • 33 Maiden’s blush
  • 34 Fall pippin
  • 35 Campfield’s apple C.
  • 36 Morgan’s apple
  • 37 Little early reinette
  • 38 White’s early pearmain
  • 39 Wine apple
  • 43 Rhode-Island greening
  • 44 Roman stem
  • 45 Pennock’s red winter
  • 46 Brown’s winter
  • 47 Gilpin or carthouse
  • 48 American pippin
  • 49 Catline
  • 50 Rambour
  • 51 Winter queen
  • 52 Hays’s winter
  • 53 Lady finger S.
  • 55 Ruckman’s pearmain S.
  • 56 Flushing Spitzbergen
  • 57 Newtown do. S.
  • 58 Aesopus do.
  • 59 Jersey greening
  • 60 American nonpareil
  • 61 Quince apple
  • 62 Burlington late pearmain
  • 65 Priestly
  • 67 Greyhouse or romanite
  • 71 Grub’s summer
  • 76 Granny Winkle C.
  • 83 Burlington greening
  • 84 Red Calville
  • 85 Newark sweeting.
A catalogue of the fruit trees, &c. in the nursery of Daniel Smith and Co. Burlington, New Jersey, for sale in the fall of 1804 …. [Burlington, 1804].
Source: Library of Congress, Rare Book and Special Collections Division.
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