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Nettle, 284.
Nightshade, 224.
Nipplewort, 187.
Oak, 300.

Oat, 386.

Plowman's Spikenard,

169.
Plum, 90.

Polypody, 408.

Pond-weed, 341, 346.
Poplar, 298, 299.
Poppy, 12.
Primrose, 257.
Privet, 210.

ENGLISH INDEX.

Reed-mace, 339.
Rest-harrow, 73.
Ribwort Plantain, 263.

Oat-grass, 387.

Orchis, 308, 311, 312. Rock Brakes, 408.

Orpine, 123.
Osier, 290.
Ox-eye, 173.
Ox-lip, 257.
Ox-tongue, 190.
Paigle, 257.
Pansy, 37.

Rocket, 20.
Rock-rose, 34.
Rose, 107.
Rose-root, 122.
Rowan-tree, 112.
Rush, 329.
Rye-grass, 400.
Saffron, 318.
Saintfoil, 87.
Sallow, 291, 292.
Salsafy, 189.

Parsley, 137.
Parsley Piert, 93.
Parsnep, 144.
Pasque-flower, 4.
Pea, 86.

Pear tree, 111.
Pearlwort, 47.
Pelletory, 283.
Penny cress, 29.
Penny-royal, 245.
Penny-wort, 135.
Periwinkle, 210.
Pheasant's-eye, 5.
*Pig-nut, 138.

Samphire, 143.
Sauce-alone, 24.
Saw-wort, 186.
Scabious, 159.
Scorpion-grass, 222.
Scurvy-grass, 28.
Sea Buckthorn, 277.
Sea Holly, 136.
Sea-kale, 32.
Sea Lavender, 261.
Sea Pea, 86.
Sea-radish, 32.
Sea-reed, 383.
Sea-rocket, 32
Sedge, 348.
Selfheal, 248.

Pilewort, 7.
Pillwort, 417.
Pink, 42, 43.
Pimpernel, 259.
Plantain, 262.

Service tree, 111, 112.
Sheep's Scabious, 201.
Shepherd's Needle,

146.

Purslane, water, 113.
Purslane, sea, 270.
Quaking-grass, 394.
Quillwort, 417.
Radish, sea, 32.
Ragwort, 179.
Ragged Robin, 46.
Rampions, 201, 202.
Ramsons, 326.
Rape, 25.

Raspberry, 96.
Red Rattle, 235.
Reed, 383.

Shepherd's Purse, 31.
Silver Weed, 94.
Skull-cap, 347.
Sloe, 80.

Snakeweed, 273.
Snapdragon, 231.
Sneezewort, 172.
Snowdrop, 319.
Snowflake, 319.
Soapwort, 44.
Solomon's Seal, 320.
Sorrel, 272, 273.

Sorrel, wood, 68.
Sowthistle, 193.

427

Spearwort, 7.
Speedwell, 237, 238,

240.

Spindle-tree, 69.
Spleenwort, 413, 414.
Spurge, 280.
Spurrey, 48, 49.
Squill, 324.

St. John's-wort, 59.
St. Patrick's Cabbage,
126.

Star of Bethlehem,

323.

Star-thistle, 182.
Stitchwort, 52, 53.
Stock, 19.

Strawberry, 96.
Strawberry, barren,95.
Succory, 187.

Sundew, 37.

Sweet Briar, 109.
Sweet-flag, 340.
Sycamore, 62.
Tamarisk, 39.
Tansy, 175.
Tares, 81.
Teasel, 159.
Thistle, 183.
Thorn-apple, 225.
Thorow-wax, 140.
Thrift, 261.
Thyme, 246.

Timothy-grass, 378.
Toad-flax, 231, 233.
Traveller's-joy, 3.
Tree-mallow, 58.
Tulip, 322.

Turk's-cap Lily, 323.
Turnip, 25.
Tutsan, 60.

Tway-blade, 313.
Valerian, 157.
Vernal-grass, 378.
Vervain, 254.

Vetch, 82, 84.
Violet, 35, 36.
Wall-flower, 19.
Wall Pepper, 124.
Wall Rue, 414.
Water Cress, 19.
Water Hemlock, 136.
Water-lily, 11.

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