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Title: A Narrative of Four Journeys into the Country of the Hottentots
Author: William Paterson
Imprint: London, 1790


Amarylis disticha, The bulb is used for poisoning arrows.
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Aloe dichotoma, or Quiver tree.
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The flowers of the Aloe dichotoma, or Quiver tree.
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The leaves of the Aloe dichotoma, or Quiver tree.
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The trunk of the Aloe dichotoma, or Quiver tree.
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Euphorbia. Part of the stem and flowers.
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