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1 Anguillara and C. Bauhin identify it with the Ranunculus thora of Linnæus, and other authorities with the Doronicum pardalianches of Linnæus. Pliny is the only writer that mentions it; and if it really had any existence, it would seem quite impossible, as Fée says, to identify it with correctness.
2 "Venenum cervarium."
3 See B. xxv. c. 25.
4 "Salivati." Holland renders this, "A mash wherewith they used to drench cattle."
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