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1 Or Vitis alba, "white vine," the Bryonia dioica of modern botany. See B. xxiii. c. 16.
2 The Spiræa salicifolia of Linnæus, or meadowsweet.
3 See B. xx. c. 67, and c. 30 of this Book.
4 The Daphne Cnidium of Linnæus. See B. xxiii. c. 35; also P. xii. c. 43. It is altogether different from the Laurus cassia, or genuine cassia.
5 See B. xx. c. 63.
6 See B. xx. c. 45.
7 "Sertula Campana."
8 Most probably, Fée thinks, the Trifolium Melilotus officinalis, a clover, or trefoil.
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