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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 106 pages of information about Acetaria.

  Tacitus, Emp.  Temperance, 21

  Tansie, 44

  Tarragon, 45

  Taste should be exquisite in the Composer of Sallets, 60

  Tea, 17, vide Appendix.

  Temper, 81

  Temperance, 21

  Teeth, 37

  Theriacle, vide Garlick.

  Thirst, to asswage, 33

  Thistle, 45

  Thyme, 19, vide Pot-herbs.

  Tiberius Caes., 42

  Tragopogon, 47

  Transmigration, 56

  Tribute paid to Roots, 42

  Truffles, 28

  Tubera, 28

  Tulip eaten that cost 100 l., 47

  Turiones, 9

  Turnip, 46;
    Made a Fish, 113

V.

  Vapours to repress, 21

  Variety necessary and proper, 92

  Ventricle, 20, vide Stomach.

  Vine, 47

  Vinegar, 63; vide Appendix.

  Viper-Grass, 47

  Vertues of Sallet Plants and Furniture, 57;
    Consist in the several and different Parts of the same Plant, 49

  Voluptuaria Venena, 28

U.

  Urtica, 30

W.

  Welsh, prolifick, 20

  Wind, 17

  Wine, 7; vide Appendix.

  Winter Sallets, 7; vide Appendix.

  Wood-Sorrel, 47

  Worms in Fennel, and Sellery, 17

  Wormwood, 49

Y.

  Youth to preserve, 85

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FOOTNOTES

[Footnote 1:  Lord Viscount Brouncker, Chancellor to the Late Qu.  Consort, now Dowager. The Right Honourable Cha.  Montague, Esq; Chancellor of the Exchequer.]

[Footnote 2:  Si quid temporis a civilibus negotiis quibis totum jam intenderat animum, suffurari potuit, colendis agris, priscos illos Romanos Numam Pompilium, Cincinnatum, Catonem, Fabios, Cicerones, aliosque virtute claros viros imitare; qui in magno honore constituti, vites putare, stercorare agros, & irrigare nequaquam turpe & inhone stum putarunt.  In Vit. Plin. 2.]

[Footnote 3:  Ut hujusmodi historiam vix dum incohatum, non ante absolvendam putem.

Exitio terras quam dabit una dies. D.  Raius Praefat.  Hist.  Plan.]

[Footnote 4:  Olera a frigidis distinct. See Spartianus in Pescennio.  Salmas. in Jul.  Capitolin.]

[Footnote 5: 

  Panis erat primis virides mortalibus Herbae;
    Quas tellus nullo sollicitante dabat. 
  Et modo carpebant vivaci cespite gramen;
    Nunc epulae tenera fronde cacumen erant.

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