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[Dogs attacking the Black slaves.]

Map of Moscovy, Poland, Little Tartary, and ye Black Sea &c.

Sanicula officinarum = Sanicula mas Fuchsii = Diapensia = Sanide. [Black Snakeroot]

Ballote Discoridis = Marrubium nigrum, sive Balote. [Black Stinking Hoarhound]

Smyrnium Math. = Hipposelinum Theophrasti, vel Smyrinium Dioscoridis = Olusatro = Maceron. [Alexanders, Black Lovage, Black Potherb Horse Parsley]

Lychnis Segetum Nigellastrum minus glabrum dicta. = Agrostema Celirosa = Nigellastro minore = La Nielle des Bleds. [Black catchfly]

Belladona, majoribus foliis, et floribus = Belladone. [Devil's Cherries. Naughty Man's Cherries. Divale. Black Cherry. Devil's Herb. Great Morel. Dwayberry]

Black palanquin with male passenger, four bearers in red coats following two attendants with spears

Black palanquin with male passenger, four bearers in red coats following two attendants with spears

Sir Francis Molyneux Gent : Usher of the Black Rod ; Quarme Yeoman Usher.

1. 4. Gobius Lanceolatus, The Lancet-Goby; 2. 3. Gobius Niger, The Black Goby.

First part of Turkey in Europe ... to which is added the whole of the Black Sea

Black swan.

Betula nigra = Bouleau noir. [Black birch, Red birch or River birch]

Fig. 1. Quercus tinctoria = Chéne Quercitron. Fig. 2. Quercus montana = Chéne de montagne. [Black Oak or Quercitron Bark - Rock Chestnut Oak]

Morus nigra = Murier noir. [Black Mulberry]

Juglans nigra = Noyer à fruits noirs. [Black walnut]

Pinus laricio = Pin laricio. [Black pine]

Fig. 1. Abies nigra = Sapin noir. Fig. 2. Abies alba = Sapin blanc.[Black spruce - European silver fir].

Cerasus = Cerisier. A. Heaume noir. B. Heaume rouge. [Black and Red cherries]

Black Slug; Limax Maximus or Spolled Brown Slug.

Black long-armed Gibbon; White long-armed Gibbon.

Isis Hippuris or Black & white Iis both in its natural state & decorticated; Gorgonia Pretiosa or Red Coral both in its natural state & decorticated.

Black Swan.

Black Oran-Otan. (from Tyson)

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Black Society of the Tauza Nation

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Mills on the Black River

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Mills on the Black River.

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