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"It is eaten," says Gerard, "in salads, as watercresses are, and is good against that _malum_ of such as dwell near the German seas, which we term the scurvie, or skirby, being used after the same manner that watercress and scurvy-grass is used, yet is it not of so great operation and virtue."
The Nazareni, a scurvie Sect, begun, that boasted much of Revelations and Visions.
-- I doubte it was scurvie of me, but it did me muche goode.
Now they are clapper-clawing one another: Ile go looke on, that dissembling abhominable varlet Diomede. has got that same scurvie dooting foolish knaves sleeve of