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THE PLANTS AND FLOWERS

NAMED IN

SHAKSPERE'S WORKS.

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OR THE

PLANTS AND FLOWERS NAMED IN HIS WORKS

DESCRIBED AND DEFINED.

WITH NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS FROM THE WORKS OF OTHER WRITERS.

BY

SIDNEY BEISLY.

• Thy curious knotted garden.'

Love's Labour's Lost.
O mickle is the powerful grace that lies
In herbs, plants, stones, and their true qualities.'

Rom. and Jul. Act i. Sc. 3.
Be sure, our ShAKSPEARE, thou canst never dye,
Put crown'd with Lawrell live eternally.'

L. Digges.

LONDON:
LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAN, ROBERTS, & GREEN.

1864.

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