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1 See B. xxxiii. cc. 56, 57.
2 A white earth from the Isle of Melos. See Chapter 19.
3 See B. xxxiii. c. 20. "One may readily conceive that this must have been a ferruginous ochre, or kind of bole, which is still used as a ground, poliment, assiette."—Beckman, Hist. Inv. Vol. II. p. 294. Bohn's Edition.
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