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1 See B. xxvii. c. 115.
2 He says elsewhere that it is like the juniper, which, however, is not the case. Guettard thinks that the tragion is the Androsæmon fetidum, the Hyperium hircinum of the modern botanists. Sprengel also adopts the same opinion. Fée is inclined to think that it was a variety of the Pistacia lentiscus.
3 Goat's thorn. The Astragalus Creticus of Linnæus.
4 He speaks of gum tragacanth.
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