Catalogue of the Hanbury Herbarium, pp. 59-61 (1892)
E. M. Holmes

Tribe VIII. Rose*.

233. Rosa bifera, Poiret, Encyclopédie Redonté, p. 107.
  Called "Rose de Puteaux," because cultivated especially about Puteaux, near Paris, for medicinal use. From the Jardin Botanique de l'Ecole de Medicine, Paris; 21 June, 1872. "A specimen is in Herb. Gay. at Kew."—D.H.
234. Rosa centifolia, L.
a. Flowering twig (flore subsimplice).
Hort. Bot. Giessen; from Professor Phoebus, Giessen; 1864.
b. Flowering twig.
Cultivated at Mitcham; 7 July, 1859. "Pereira considered it to be var. a; vulgaris, f. foliacea of D.C."—D.H.
235. Rosa Damascena, var.
a. With flowers and buds.
This is the rose cultivated in Turkey for the production of Otto of Rose. Sent by Professor Dr. Baur, of Constantinople to his father, Dr. Blaubeuren, of Wurtemburg, who has the plant in cultivation. Hugo von Mohl examined this rose; see Wiggers in Husemann, Jahresbericht, 1867, p. 350. J. G. Baker says: "This rose is certainly R. turbinata Ait., R. campanulata Ehrh., R. francofurtensis Hort.; Nov. 1874."—D.H. A letter from Dr. Baur is attached to this specimen.
b. Flowering twig.
Flower produced at Clapham in summer of 1874. From a plant given me by Dr. Baur, of Blaubeuren.
c. Flowering twig.
Golfe de Juan, near Cannes; May, 1866; cultivated for its flowers, which are distilled to make rose water. —D.H.
236. Rosa Gallica, L.
a. Flowering twigs.
Cultivated, Mitcham; 7 July, 1859. According to Pereira it is var. δ officinalis D.C.
b. Ditto, flowers semi-double, with detached fruit. From the garden at Clapham Common; 1873.
Var. Damascena, Miller. (So called by J. G. Baker), Nov., 1876.
a. Twigs with flower-buds.
"Rose cultivated for the production of attar; from Vice-Consul Dupuis, Adrianople; 1874." The specimens on the upper portion of this sheet are marked: "Rose cultivated at Kazanlik, near Adrianople, for distilling attar or rose oil; received in a packet some days later than the others.
b. Twigs with flowers.
[These are rather better specimens than a; they are from the same source and bear the same date.]