[1814] A catalogue of the most superb and largest collection, of fruit trees ever formed, now on view at the exhibition of above five thousand sorts of hardy fruit trees, which are from nine to upwards of twenty-two years old, and in a full bearing state; and of the experimental, agricultural and horticultural grounds. Situated in the Portsmouth Road, about a quarter of a mile beyond Vauxhall Turnpike. In two parts, admittance to each, one shilling each person and the exhibition is open every day, from nine o'clock in the morning until dusk during the season, which continues from the time of the trees coming into bloom until the 1st of November in each year