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Cotonaby Creek

me a loaf. Give me two loaves, said I. He wheeled about and asked "How many men"? I told him. This is so very characteristic of a Chinaman!
June 24, 1903

No. 2211. Digitalis purpurea L. Foxglove. Common about the Devilbiss Ranch. Very handsome -- 3-5 ft. h. Anther cells divergent, finely mottled. Lower side of corolla throat splotched with white and with a brown dot in the centre of each splotch. Corolla very shortly lobed, the upper lip shorter than lower. Calyx-lobes distinct, the uppermost smaller than the lower. Flowers on a plant sometimes white.
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