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1 The bramble is sometimes found on the banks of watery spots and in marshy localities, but more frequently in mountainous and arid spots.
2 Known to us as blackberries. This tree is the Rubus fruticosus of Linnæus; the same as the Rubus tomentosus, and the Rubus corylifolius of other modern botanists.
3 The Rosa canina of Linnæus: the dog-rose or Eglantine.
4 The Rubus Idæus of botanists; the ordinary raspberry.
5 See B. xxiv. c. 75.
6 See B. xxiv. c. 35.
7 They are still used for dyeing, but not for staining the hair.
8 Only as a purgative, probably.
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