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1 But in B. xxiv. c. 68, he says that this plant grows in the island of Rhodes.
2 According to Fée, this is the same as the Lignum Rhodianum, or wood of Rhodes, of commerce, sometimes also called, but incorrectly, wood of roses. It is, probably, the same as the Convolvulus scoparius of Lin- næus
3 Or "red sceptre," probably so called from the flowers clustering along the whole length of the branches.
4 A liquid matter extracted from the beaver.
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