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2 Fée is in doubt whether to identify it with the Plantago cynops of the south of Europe, and the banks of the Rhine.
3 "Foxtail." According to Dalechamps, it is the Saccharum cylindricum, the Lagurus of Linnæus; but Fée expresses his doubts as to their identity.
4 Fée inclines to think that it may be the Secale villosum of Linnæus; though the more recent commentators identify it with the Plantago angustifolia. The Saccharum Ravennæ has been suggested.
5 Or "quail."
6 In B. xxv. c. 39.
7 Hardouin takes this to be our pimpernel, the Sanguisorba officinalis of Linnæus. Sprengel inclines to the Verbascum lychnitis of Linnæus.
9 See B. xviii. c. 66.
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