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1 See B. xiii. c. 13. The sumach-tree; the Rhus coriaria of Linnæus.
2 Identified by Fée with the Coriaria myrtifolia of Linnæus, or myrtle-leaved sumach. It is used in the preparation of leather, Fée says, and is intensely poisonous.
3 The sumach-tree.
4 Or "mouth-medicine." See B. xxii. c. 11, and B. xxiii. cc. 58 and 71.
5 See B. xxiii. c. 71.
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