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1 Or "black-herb:" the herb Alexander, the Smyrnium olusatrun, of Linnæus. See B. xx. c. 46.
3 See B. xvii. c. 14, and B. xxi. c. 14.
4 Hist. Plant. B. ix. c. 1. This story originated, no doubt, in the fan- cied resemblance of its smell to that of myrrh.
5 The Capparis spinosa of Linnæus. See B. xiii. e. 44, also B. xx. c. 59.
6 In B. xiii. c. 44.
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