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in 1706, both which titles became extinct in 1731.
Rare Plunls found in this county. According to the authors of the Magna Britannia, the only rare plant known to botanists as indigenous to this county is the Dentaria Bulbifera, or Coralwort, which grows in abundance, in some of the beech-woods, in the south-east corner of Buckinghamshire.
Among the plants enumerated as rare in Camden's Britannia, the more rare are the following :
Dianthus Caryphillus : Clove Pink, or July flower.
TO THE SURVEY OF BUCKINGHAMSHIRE.
title to any branch of the Peerage,
Rare Plants found in this county
OF THE COUNTY OF
Containing an Account of its
To which is prefired,
Also, A LIST OF THE MARKETS AND FAIRS ;
And an Index Table, Shewing, at One View, the Distances of all the Towns
from London, and from each other.
BY GEORGE ALEXANDER COOKE, Editor of the Universal System of Geography.
the United Kingdom.