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Rosemary, from the Latin ros, dew, and marimts, the Bea. "The grey bushes mantled with dewdrops on the rooky coasts of France and Italy justify the singular name that has been given to this plant."— Lindley. Bauble.—A bauble was originally an implement having lumps of lead hanging by short leather thongs from the end of a short stick, for beating dogs, etc. Afterwards a similar instrument, ornamented burlesquely, was used by a fool at Court as symbolic of his office.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 7937, 19 June 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8 Issue 7937, 19 June 1889

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