For sale, an extensive collection of upwards of one hundred and thirty kinds of APPLE TREES, of which the following are of sizes larger than are usually offered for sale, at 12 cents each, delivered at the Nursery - with the additional charge of freight and package, if sent abroad by the packets.
AMERICAN TABLE APPLES
Early Bough, Dumpling,
Prince's Harvest, Monstrous Pippin,
Summer Queen, weighs 27 oz.
Large Codling, Michael Henry Pippin
Summer Pippin, R. Island Greening,
Large Sweeting, Burlington Greening,
Large Fall Pippin, Roman Stem,
Holland Pippin, Black,
Trenton Redstreak, Newark King,
Shippen's Russeting, Brownite,
Doctor, Lady Finger,
Monstrous Bellflower, Sweet Pippin,
Collet, Quince Apple,
Flushing and Priestly,
Esopus Spitzemberg, Lobb,
Swaar, Winter Permain,
Seek no further, Rambo,
Pound, Prince's Everlasting,
Irish Apple, Evesham large Rus-
ENGLISH TABLE APPLES
Loans Permain, Double bearing Crab,
Nonsuch, Evergreen striped
Margill, Non Pariel,
Ribstone Pippin, Pearson's Pippin,
FRENCH TABLE APPLES.
Pomme d'Apis or La- Pigeon,
dy Apple, a much ad- Domine,
nired dessert fruit. Fenoullet Gris,
Red Calville, Cr[aa]m,
Large Reinette, Capendu.
AMERICAN CIDER APPLES.
Harrison, Royal Pearmain,
Poveshon, American Pippin,
Granniwinkle, Ruckman's golden
Coopers Russeting, Pearmain,
Wine Sap, Curlis Sweet,
Greyhouse, Wetherill's Sweet,
Hewe's Crab, Cann Apple,
French Metoisee Crab.
ENGLISH CIDER FRUIT.
Golden Rannet, Styre,
Woodcock, Hagloe Crab,
Royal Wilding, Redstreak,
An extensive variety of one hundred foreign
and native Pears, and native Pears 20 cents
Italian Mulberries 12
Georgia and Athenian Poplars, large
Orders sent by mail will be carefully executed.
DANIEL SMITH & CO.
Burlington, (N. J.) Feb 20, 1814
Feb 25 1aw6t 
|Vandevere apple variety probably originated |
near Wilmongton Delware in the 1700s.
image from the Special Collections of USDA ARS NAL
 One dollar in 1814 equaled approximately $10.334 in 2010. http://mykindred.com/cloud/TX/Documents/dollar/index.php?cyear=2010
 Federal Republican; Date: 04-30-1814; Page: 4; Location: Georgetown, District of Columbia.
Transcribed by John Peter Thompson, April 27th, 2013.