... leaves in the head of the common and prickled artichoke, wherein the black and shining flies do shelter themselves, when they retire from the purple flower about it. The same is also found in the pricks, sockets, and impressions of the seeds, in the... The garden of Cyrus - Page 20by Sir Thomas Browne - 1736 - 40 pagesFull view
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...or bottome thereof; wherein do elegantly ftfck the Fathers of their Mother. To omit the Quincunciall Specks on the top of the Mifcle-bcrry, efpecially that which grows upon the T//i* or Lime-Tree. And the remarkable difpofurc of thofe yelbw fringes about the purple Peftill of...