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(24) Crown'd with rank Fenitar: There is no such Herb, or Weed, that I can find, of English Growth; though all the Copies agree in the Corruption. I dare say, I have restor'd its right Name; and we meet with it again in our Author's Henry V. and partly in the same Company as we have it here;

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The darnel, hemlock, and rank fumitory
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For this Weed is called both Fumitory and Fumiterr, nearer to the French Derivation Fume-terre: which the Latin Shopmen term. Fumaria. I observe, in Chaucer it is written Fametere; by a Corruption either of the Scribe, or of vulgar Pronunciation; if of the latter, it might from thence easily slide, in progress of time, into Fenitar, - -

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