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1 Considered by Sprengel to be the Cyclaminos chamæcissos of B. xxv. c. 69, which he identifies with the Convallaria bifolia of Linnæus, the Little lily of the valley, or May lily. Fabius Columna and Brotero consider it to be the Dentaria trifolia, Three-leaved toothwort.
2 This is incorrect, if it is the Lily of the valley.
3 "Lion's paw," "white plant," or "rock-spear." Probably the Leontice leontopetalum of Linnæus, Lion's paw, or Lion's leaf. See B. xxvii. c. 72.
4 "Lymphatica somnia."
5 "Hare's foot." Possibly the Trifolium arvense of Linnæus, Hare's foot trefoil.
6 See B. xxv. c. 54.
7 See Introduction to Vol. III. Fée remarks that none of the assertions in the present Chapter are confirmed by modern experience.
8 See B. xxv. c. 38.
9 See 11. xxv. c. 67.
10 See 13. xxiv. cc. 49, 84, and B. xxv. c. 69.
11 See B. xxv. c. 70.
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