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1 See B. xv. c. 36, and B. xx. c. 22.
2 "Remedies for lassitude." See B. xxiii. cc. 45, 80; B. xxvii. c.13, and B. xxix. cc. 13, 37.
3 See B. xvi. c. 66, and B. xxiv. c. 50.
4 See B. xvi. c. 66, and B. xxiv. c. 50.
5 See B. xxiv. c. 50.
6 See B. ix. cc. 20, 44, 74, 78.
7 "Ablato priore lumine." Hardouin justly ridicules this assertion. This ink, as Ajasson remarks, is intensely black.
8 See B. ix. c. 71, and Chapter 36 of this Book.
9 This seems to be the meaning of "adeo ut baculum ita præluceat."
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