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1 Fée remarks that none of the plants here mentioned are of any utility for the cure of scrofula.
2 See B. xxv. c. 50.
3 See B. xxv. c. 66.
4 See B. xxv. c. 36.
5 See B. xxv. c. 94.
6 See B. xxv. c. 19, where our author has confused the Achillea with the Sideritis; also c. 15, where he describes the Heraclion siderion. Fée identifies the Sideritis mentioned in B. xxv. c. 19, as having a square stem and leaves like those of the quercus, with the Stachys heraclea of modern botany. That mentioned in the same Chapter, as having a fetid smell, he identifies with the Phellandrium mutellina of Linnæus. The large-leaved Sideritis is, no doubt, the one mentioned as having leaves like those of the quercus. See the Note to B. xxv. c. 19.
7 In B. xxi. c. 83, and B. xxv. c. 119.
8 See B. xxv. c. 77.
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