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1 In B. xxi. c. 44.
2 Or Gilt-head. "Aurata." See B. ix. c. 25.
3 In B. viii. c. 38. See also B. xxviii. c. 30.
4 Among others, in B. vii. c. 13, and B. xxviii. c. 23.
5 In B. xxviii. c. 23.
6 As to this point, see c. 12 of this Book, and the Notes.
7 He must mean the Sea-dragon, mentioned in B. ix. c. 43, and in c. 53 of the present Book; for he has already stated in B. xxix. c. 20, that the serpent called "draco" is destitute of venom. See also B. viii. cc. 13, 14, 22, 41, and B. x. cc. 5, 92, 95, 96.
8 See B. viii. c. 41, B. x. c. 95, and B. xi. cc. 24, 28, 29.
9 See B. ix. cc. 71, 86, and c. 53 of the present Book.
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