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1 Identified with the Delphinium staphis agria of Linnæus.
2 "Taminian grape."
3 Or wild vine.
4 The fruit is formed of three oblong capsules, containing a triangular seed of black brown colour, about the size of a kidney bean.
5 This is not the white vine or bryony, mentioned in c. 16 of this Book, but the Tamus communis of Linnæus.
6 The seeds, which are remarkably pungent and powerful in their effects, are only used, at the present day, in medicinal preparations for cattle.
7 This is still done at the present day; to which it is indebted for its French name l'herbe pediculaire, or louse-plant.
9 They would be of no use whatever, Fée says, for such a purpose.
10 As tending to carry off "pituita," or phlegm.
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