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  • Hill named this Marigold, "the husbandman's dyall."

    Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure

  • Above is a very rare dyall of several motions with a chime.

    The Story of Paris

  • But going to the fire, I find by the blowing up of houses, and the great helpe given by the workmen out of the King's yards, sent up by Sir W. Pen, there is a good stop given to it, as well as at Marke-lane end as ours; it having only burned the dyall of Barking Church, and part of the porch, and was there quenched.

    The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Aug/Sep 1666


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