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1 Hardouin thinks that it is the Apium graveolens of Linnæus, Smallage; but at the present day it is generally identified with the Peucedanum silaus of Linnæus, the Meadow sulphur-wort, or saxifrage.
2 Sorrel, for instance.
4 See B. xxv. c. 11.
5 Generally supposed to be the same as the "Apple of the earth," mentioned in B. xxv. c. 54.
6 See B. xx. c. 41.
7 It is doubtful whether he means an animal or plant; most probably the latter, but if so, it is quite unknown.
8 See B. xxv. c. 64.
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